The Syriac Catholic archbishop of Mosul said that Iraqi Christians wish to live in harmony with others throughout the country and do not wish to be confined to a “humanitarian corridor” set aside for Christians.
According to Bishop Oscar Cantú — the chairman of the US bishops’
Committee on International Justice and Peace — Archbishop Youhanna Moshe
said that “we don’t want to live in a ghetto. That is counterproductive.
That makes us a target for our enemies … We need an integrated reality,
rather than a ‘Gaza’ where there’s a wall and someone is guarding
people going in and out.”