(Washington Times) A decade has gone by since the Rev. Douglas al-Bazi was kidnapped and had his teeth knocked out by Islamic jihadis in Baghdad, a nightmare that still haunts the Chaldean Catholic priest and one that fuels his quest to have the horror endured by his fellow Iraqi Christians be recognized for what it is: "genocide."
"I am here to tell the world, ‘Do you realize what is happening or not? Are you going to help or not?'" Father al-Bazi said in Washington this week.