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The ongoing immigration of Christians represents a threat to the Iraq identity. Christianity entered Iraq around the middle of the first century AD. The Bible tells us about persons from Mesopotamia who were living in Jerusalem when Saint Peter, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ delivered his speech Apostles 2: The Iraqi Christians are characterized by diversity. Meanwhile, the identity of Iraqi Christians can be categorized on a nationalist basis Assyrians, Chaldeans, Armenians or Syriac or on a religious basis Catholics, Protestants, Orthodox or Sabbathians.
The Syriacs, fewer in number than the Catholics and the Assyrians, are represented by the Syriac Independent Gathering Movement and they are divided into Catholic and orthodox. This existence and diversity is at risk today.
Many people started to express concern. The religion they embrace is a modern one and of the contemporary world. In recent years many of them settled in Iraqi Kurdistan, especially in Sulaymaniah, due to better security and social stability. This is not the case in Iraq alone: Black Iraqis do not come from the same parentage; they are from various African origins. Their forebears were brought in different stages of history and they resided in various places.
Some blacks came from Ghana and other from Habasha currently Ethiopia. Al-Basrah, at the time, did not know the type of tribal society known by some governorates, such as Thi Qar and Maysan.
Thus, aristocrats depended on the Black Iraqis in their confrontations and to serve their needs. The region had large areas of land not possessed by anyone, which enabled them to build simple dwellings to live in.