Op-Ed by IDC Vice President and Senior Policy Adviser Andrew Doran: “Two summers ago, the Nineveh Plain lay in ruin, divided by a trench that stretched hundreds of miles across Northern Iraq, through the heartland of what remained of Christianity in Mesopotamia.  Telskuf, a once-thriving Christian town, survived two assaults and brief occupations by ISIS.  But ISIS had been driven back toward Mosul. “

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