Earlier this week, a video showing young Iraqi Muslim volunteers repairing a church that was partially destroyed by the so-called Islamic State (or Daesh) in Mosul went viral.
"There is no difference between Christians and Muslims. We are inviting our Christian brethren to come back to their homes and churches. Mosul is big enough for all of us," one of the volunteers is heard saying.
The young Iraqis are planning to repair other churches in the area in the coming weeks.
Muslim youths install a new cross on top of a 105 year-old Chaldean church
Iraq is home to one of the oldest Christian communities in the Middle East.
The extremist group declared Mosul a caliphate for over three years, taking control and destroying most of the city's landmarks.
The terrorist organization was later on defeated and ousted in July this year by Iraqi fighters.
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Comments came flooding in with support messages for the volunteers.