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Terror Abroad and Your Compassionate Response

In the wake of the recent terror attacks in Brussels, many are left feeling fearful for their safety and lives—questioning policies around immigration. As governments debate over what should or shouldn’t be done, there is another critical issue at hand: Millions of...

Iraqi’s Hopes Fade as Winter Approaches

Another day, [ISIS soldiers] went to a different family. The kids were told to convert or be killed. They refused. There were four of them, 15 years and younger. They beheaded all of them. They were all our children. That is how evil these people are. They have no...

The Cradle of Christianity Overturned

The streets of Erbil, Iraq, are lined with children begging for money, for food, for anything to ease their suffering. Why is it that in wars fought with guns and radical ideology, children—the most innocent of all—are the ones who suffer the most? This is the heart...

From Tents to Abandoned Malls: Hiding From ISIS

Saleem and his family of 11 are from the village of Shangal in Northern Iraq. When ISIS marched through Saleem’s hometown, homes and businesses were ransacked and all weapons confiscated. Civilians were mercilessly harassed and attacked for owning anything “illegal,”...

The Faces of the Persecuted: Jordan

Today, I’m in Amman, Jordan, on the frontlines of the humanitarian crisis that has swallowed up the Middle East in panic and desperation. ISIS’ systematic slaughter of Christians from Syria to Iraq has driven multitudes from their homes with nothing to call their own...
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