(MetroVoiceNews) The recent announcement that the United States would withdraw its small contingent of just 2,000 troops from Syria has some Christians worried while others see room for optimism.
As the civil war ends, both Muslims and Christians find their lives returning to normal–or as normal as it could get in a countryside ravaged by war for 8 years.
But many people cannot return to a life of Islam after what they saw ISIS do in its name.
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Four years have passed since the Islamic State group’s fighters were run out of Kobani, a strategic city on the Syrian-Turkish border, but the militants’ violent and extreme interpretation of Islam has left some questioning their faith.