Islamic terrorists have killed two more Iraqi Christians, attacking four Christian homes with bombs and grenades Thursday night.
The new round of attacks on Iraqi Christians have many of them planning to flee their homeland. The tiny Christian community has been keeping a low-profile during the holidays.
One priest said there were at least 12 acts of violence, including a cluster of ten bombings on Christian homes.
No one has claimed responsibility yet but an Islamic extremist group with ties to al-Qaeda had threatened more attacks. Those threats came after 60 Iraqi Christians were killed in in October when the terrorists attacked their church.
One Christian in Iraq's parliament blames security forces for not taking the threats against Christians more seriously.