Annex II: Religious and cultural sites destroyed by Islamic State in Mosul

This list outlines Christian buildings in Mosul known to have been destroyed or converted up to September 2016 by IS.253

Syriac Catholic Church:

  • Syrian Catholic Diocese – Maidan area.
  • The Old Church of the Immaculate – Maidan (The church goes back to the eighth century AD)
  • The New Church of the Immaculate – Maidan
  • Church of Mar (Saint) Toma – Khazraj
  • Museum of Mar (Saint) Toma – Khazraj
  • Church of Our Lady of the Annunciation – Muhandiseen
  • Church of the Virgin of Fatima – Faisaliah
  • Our Lady of Deliverance Chapel – Shifaa
  • The House of the Young Sisters of Jesus – Ras Al-Kour
  • Archbishop’s Palace Chapel – Dawasa

Syriac Orthodox Church:

  • Syrian Orthodox Archdiocese – Shurta
  • The Antiquarian Church of Saint Ahodeeni – Bab AlJadeed
  • Mar (Saint) Toma Church and cemetery (the old Bishopric) – Khazraj
  • Church of The Immaculate (Castle) – Maidan
  • Church of The Immaculate – Shifaa
  • Mar (Saint) Aprim Church – Shurta
  • St. Joseph Church – The New Mosul

Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East:

  • Diocese of the Assyrian Church of the East – Noor
  • Assyrian Church of the East, Dawasa
  • Church of the Virgin Mary (old rite) – Wihda

Chaldean Church of Babylon:

  • Chaldean Diocese – Shurta
  • Miskinta Church – Mayassa
  • The Antiquarian Church of Shimon al-Safa – Mayassa
  • Church of Mar (Saint) Buthyoon – Shahar Al-Souq
  • Church of St. Ephrem, Wady Al-Ain
  • Church of St. Paul – Majmooaa Al-Thaqafiya
  • The Old Church of the Immaculate (with the bombed archdiocese) – Shifaa
  • Church of the Holy Spirit – Bakir
  • Church of the Virgin Mary – Drakziliya
  • Ancient Church of Saint Isaiah and Cemetery – Ras AlKour
  • Mother of Aid Church – Dawasa
  • The Antiquarian Church of St. George – Khazraj
  • St. George Monastery (with cemetery) – Arab
  • Monastery of Al-Nasir (Victory) – Arab
  • Convent of the Chaldean Nuns – Mayassa
  • Monastery of St. Michael – Hawi Church
  • The Antiquarian Monastery of St. Elijah – Ghazlany

Armenian Orthodox Church:

  • Armenian Church – Maidan
  • The New Armenian Church – Wihda

Evangelical Presbyterian Church:

  • Evangelical Presbyterian Church – Mayassa

Latin Church:

  • Latin Church and Monastery of the Dominican Fathers and Convent of Katrina Siena Nuns – Sa’a
  • Convent of the Dominican Sisters – Mosul Al-Jadeed
  • Convent of the Dominican Sisters (Al-Kilma Monastery) – Majmooaa Al-Thaqafiya
  • House of Qasada Al-Rasouliya (Apostolic Aim/Institute of St. John the Beloved)

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