Over the past few years, thousands of Iraqi Christians have been forced to flee their homeland after a series of attacks targeting them.

Many have fled to neighbouring Jordan to start a new life. Now, they are celebrating Christmas in Amman and nearby towns along with local communities.

Meanwhile, a recent Fox News survey has raised fears over the future of Iraq's shrinking Christian community. Ever since Saddam Hussein's regime was toppled, Islamic militants have been targeting Christians in Iraq.

Iraqi Christians are seen here celebrating Christmas in Amman:

An Iraqi Christian girl decorates a Christmas tree at Chaldean Catholic church in Amman.Reuters
Iraqi Christians attend a mass at Chaldean Catholic church in Amman.Reuters
Iraqi priest Raymond Moussalli attends a mass at Chaldean Catholic church in Amman.Reuters
Iraqi Christian girls decorate a Christmas tree at Chaldean Catholic church in Amman.Reuters
An Iraqi Christian girl decorates a Christmas tree at Chaldean Catholic church in Amman.Reuters