A fighter with the Free Syria Army (FSA) fires his weapon during skirmishes in the contested neighborhood of Izza in the northern city of Aleppo. (Zac Baillie/AFP/Getty Images)
Syria's 2,000-year-old Christian community is being devastated by the country's civil war.
A Swedish journalist interviewed more than 100 Syrian Christian refugees in Turkey and Lebanon. They say Muslim rebel militia are driving them out because of their faith.
One woman said her husband and son were shot in the head just because they were Christians.
Syria's population of 2 million Christians is the second largest in the Middle East after Egypt, and now whole villages are disappearing when Islamist rebels arrive.
Every week, hundreds of Syrian Christians arrive in Lebanon. A Lebanese patriarch said it is a ''great exodus taking place in silence."
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SOURCE: CBN News