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Iraqis gather outside of Our Lady of Salvation Church in Iraq after it was attcked by militants.

Nov. 08, 2010

Before he moved to Chicago, Rafid Hindo regularly attended Our Lady of Salvation Church with his family in Iraq.  Hindo was in Iraq when terrorists stormed Our Lady of Salvation, killing more than 50 people. He describes the scene he saw and tells about the rapidly-declining situation for Iraqi Christians.  Plus,  the head of Amnesty International, Larry Cox, joins us to talk about the Obama administration’s human rights record, which is up for review by the United Nations for the first time.