Christians celebrate Christmas in war-torn Arab countries
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Baghdad, December 29 /MCN/
Although a 25-meter high Christmas Tree, the highest in the Middle East, was set up in the Zawraa park in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, and decorated by modern lighting system to celebrate Christmas, fears of Christians due to death threats by the Islamic State (IS) still hover.
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