Catholic Archbishop of Aleppo: “1,000 Christians had been abducted and murdered in the city”

Jean-Clement Jeanbart, the Greek Melkite Catholic Archbishop of Aleppo, exclusively told he would be willing to die at the hands of ISIS to defend Christians in the Syrian city.

He revealed at least 1,000 Christians had been abducted and murdered in Aleppo. Before the war, it had a Christian population of around 160,000, one of the biggest in the Middle East, but now only 100,000 remain.

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