Vatican Pope Benedict XVI called on Sunday, the governments and religious leaders of Iraq and India to protect Christian minorities where they have been ill treated. Addressing the gathered people in St. Peter’s Square for his weekly blessing, the pope said Christians were suffering too much because of the minority especially in these two nations and he also said this Christmas is Exacerbated. ” I call the attention of the international community, of religious leaders and of all people of goodwill to the tragedy that is happening in certain countries of the east where Christians are victims of intolerance and cruel violence, killed, threatened and forced to abandon their homes and roam in search of refuge,” he said. At this moment all his thought were about India and Iraq. More than half a people of Iraq were dislocated due to the recent attacks on northern region. In India due to the killing of VHP leader turned attacks on Christians. It wooes him too much He said. “They are not asking for privileges, but desire only to be able to continue to live in their country together with their fellow citizens, as they have always done,” he said.