Défendre les chrétiens d'Orient, le nouveau combat de Frigide Barjot

MOBILISATION Une manifestation à Paris ce dimanche a rassemblé environ 200 personnes en soutien aux Chrétiens d'Orient persécutés...

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French anti-gay marriage activist Virginie Tellene, also known as Frigide Barjot (C) and Bishop Abba Athanasios from the French Copte Orthodoxe church take part in a protest in support to the Christian populations in Iraq, on September 14, 2014 in Paris. Threats by jihadists have sent a fresh wave of Christians fleeing their Iraqi homeland, bustling from exodus to exodus in search of a safe haven to rebuild their lives.      AFP PHOTO / ALAIN JOCARD
French anti-gay marriage activist Virginie Tellene, also known as Frigide Barjot (C) and Bishop Abba Athanasios from the French Copte Orthodoxe church take part in a protest in support to the Christian populations in Iraq, on September 14, 2014 in Paris. Threats by jihadists have sent a fresh wave of Christians fleeing their Iraqi homeland, bustling from exodus to exodus in search of a safe haven to rebuild their lives. AFP PHOTO / ALAIN JOCARD — AFP

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