The Rise of the Next Crusade: Christian Militia of 4,000 Soldiers Preparing to Fight ISIS Muslim Terrorists in Northern Iraq

They need a lot more than 4,000 troops, but it’s a start.

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Christian Nineveh Plain Province formation in Iraq. Photo courtesy of: Newsweek

Onward Christian Soldiers…

by, Jack Moore | Newsweek | h/t Sameera Pasquel

Iraqi Christians have established their own militia and are training to fight the Islamic State (ISIS) in the Nineveh Plains of northern Iraq.

Many Christian towns were captured by ISIS when they marched across the country last summer and approximately 30,000 Christians have since fled the Nineveh Plains for fear of falling into the hands of the radical Islamists.

According to British newspaper the Catholic Herald, the Nineveh Plains Protection Units (NPU) have 3,000 Christian men registered to be trained, while another 500 are already training for combat and 500 volunteers from the group are already situated in Assyrian villages in northern Iraq. Newsweek was not able to independently verify these claims.

The militia was founded by the Iraqi political party, the Assyrian Democratic Movement. Last November…

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