Saed Toma Sliwa
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Christian refugee: 'We don't have a future in Iraq'

Displaced Christians from Northern Iraq have been sleeping rough in Ainkawa, a suburb of Erbil in the Kurdistan Region.

One man now living in an abandoned building site in Ainkawa is Saed Toma Sliwa.

He lost his business when IS attacked the Christian town of Bartella, near Mosul.

In this film he describes fleeing IS, losing his livelihood and his fears for the future.

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  • 26 Sep 2014
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