Listen: Iraq, Adam And Europe discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"His says. Abraham was from Europe in southern Iraq, modern day, Syria, and Rebecca was from north western rock Jacob's sons. The twelve tribes of Israel were all born in Iraq Daniel lived in Iraq, most of his life, the providence, the prophet, Ezekiel was from southern Iraq and his shrine, is located their shrines of prophet Jonas, Saint George and various other biblical prophets and saying chart tributed to have been originally from Iran, Adam and eve are also widely thought to have hailed from Iraq as the biblical garden of Eden is largely attributed to have been located in southern era, the number of Christians in Iraq from Iran is said to be around a said to be between half a million to a million and a half, according to the EU research services on minorities in Iraq. How big a community do we have in the greater Houston area of Iraqi Christians? What Mr. Betty, we few years ago, we used to have. I'll say about a couple of hundred sign that he's about five six hundred individuals. Now, we have maybe hundred sixty two hundred individuals that is second minority community caldeans, and then it's come at a millions. That is a little bit of. City on the. City annex that they do come and join us they attend to are gathering, and it creates a little bit larger are the services held in Arabic, and Assyrian than goods, which is basically, the Mike, Mike. Okay. Right. Yes. Yes. But we've had for many, many years for a long time. You know that somebody did a few years ago. Somebody did the passion of the Christ. I think it was in original Aramaic gate, correct? In the they subtitled, it, yet, I saw it, it was. Yes. I'm before you think it's avenue. Three have to read it. I could just understand. Of course you could. I know but it was actually in. I think it was intended for the religious minorities, the Christian minorities, in the Middle East, but it made its way into western Europe and the United States, and it was just fascinating to be able to see that language spoken to tell that story because obviously, we're used to hearing it in English, which was not the language"