7 February 2003
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While Rome is convulsed by a dispute over a book, Iraq’s Christians are wondering if they are about to be wiped out. They are just one more disaster away from oblivion, says John Pontifex in this week’s cover story. Also in this edition, Simon Caldwell reports on a remarkable development in the Tafida Raqeeb right-to-life case. Mantas Adoménas explains how Lithuania’s Hill of Crosses has become embroiled in the Hong Kong protests. Dan Hitchens searches for the real Franz Jägerstätter. And Mary Kenny urges us to reserve judgment on Harry and Meghan. Enjoy the issue.