Today, Trinity Presbyterian Church in Arlington VA held a potluck supper in the evening in honor of an Iraqi refugee family that had arrived in early December 2016.
There was a man, wife, and four children. The man had been a military officer in Iraq. Grace was said in English and Arabic. They have been settled into a commercially rented townhouse or apartment in northern Virginia.
I also mentioned that when I worked for the Minnesota Orchestra in 2002-2003 while I lived in Minneapolis, I worked with a woman with relatives in Mosul. I believe they were Christian. But if they were still living there in 2014 or later, they would have been invaded in ISIS. So I am one degree of separation from all this personally.
I would also add that throughout my IT career, I worked with people from Pakistan (reporting to one) and the subject of religion never came up. In Minneapolis, a critical software bridge at the company I worked for had been designed by a company owned by a man from Pakistan. Even after 9/11, the subject of religion never came up.
Wikipedia has a breakdown of religion in Iraq Arabic is the main language.