Iraq Christians should live in peace

On Saturday Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani, the authority for most of the world’s Shiite Muslims told Pope Francis in a historic meeting in the Iraqi city of Najaf that the country’s Christians should live in “peace.”
The meeting, on the second day of the first-ever papal visit to Iraq, marked a landmark moment in modern religious history.
Pope Francis is defying the second wave of coronavirus cases and renewed security fears to make a “long-awaited” trip to Iraq, aiming to comfort the country’s ancient Christian community and deepen his dialogue with other religions.