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Christians celebrate first Christmas in Mosul as ISIS driven out

A church in the Northern Iraqi city of Mosul has hosted a Christmas service for the first time since the city was set free from Isis.
According to Independent, Saint Paul’s Church, which at present is the only functioning church in Mosul, celebrated Christmas mass on Sunday.
At least 100 Christians attended the service in east Mosul and there were large numbers of Muslims who came to show support to their friends and neighbors.
Iraqi forces expelled Daesh terror group from Mosul in July after months of brutal fighting.
Earlier this month, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadia hailed the three-year campaign to drive Isis out of Iraq as a success.

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