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Thousands of displaced Christian children in the Middle East will have a chance to celebrate Christmas this year thanks to one outreach program.

William Murray of "Christmas for Refugees" said his program tries to give these children, many of them in war-torn Iraq, a "Christmas the way it used to be."

Fox News correspondent Lauren Green showed footage of a Christmas celebration in a church in an undisclosed location in the region, where refugee children sang songs and visited with Santa Claus.

After the event, the children were able to take a bag of food and gifts back to their families.

Murray said many of the children once went to private schools and had modern technology like iPads, but are now living in tents after they have had to escape the scourge of terrorism.

The program helps give them hope that regardless of where they are, it's still Christmas, Green said.

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