Gabriel Kino

It is not because we are Christians and they call themselves Muslims that we have to talk about a religious war. From now on, there is more Muslims killed by ISIL than Christians. It is more a fight for democracy against dictatorship and inhumanity. But those religious questions affect relationships in villages, people don't trust anyone anymore.” said Gabriel Kino on this article: Meet the militia fighting ISIL's "dictatorship and inhumanity" in Syria. This page contains 1 article quoting Gabriel Kino. Main topics on which Gabriel Kino is quoted are Iraq and Mosul. In addition you’ll find 5 quotes there. All these quotes are mentioned on this page and you can filter them by date and by topics.

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One of their tactics is to send first booby-trapped cars. Going on the offensive will give us a better chance of defend our lands. We also hope to move forward so we can negotiate the release of our hostages.

For several months, they are forcing Christians to remove crosses from their villages. They are trying to scare us away or eliminate us, like they did in Mosul and in the Sinjar. Our people must stay and find strength to fight.

Our priority is to control the Khabour villages and to free our hostages. The international coalition air strikes are helpful because they are slowing ISIL forces and prevent them moving their heavy weapons. But being on the ground is the only way to free hostages and populations.

It is not because we are Christians and they call themselves Muslims that we have to talk about a religious war. From now on, there is more Muslims killed by ISIL than Christians. It is more a fight for democracy against dictatorship and inhumanity. But those religious questions affect relationships in villages, people don't trust anyone anymore.

It's been hundreds of years that we (Syriacs or Assyrians) are being slaughtered or forced to leave Syria, Turkey, Iraq or Lebanon. It is nothing new. The scenario is the same but the actors are different, they want us to lose our lives, our culture and our language.

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