The Fellowship continues its efforts to aid Christians who were persecuted by ISIS and now have nowhere else to turn.
Fellowship Bridge Blog - Crisis and need
Fellowship Bridge Blog
10,000 Christians in India formed a 20-kilometer chain in order to protest the harassment and hatred they face.
For 36 years, Najat, 80, was a respected lecturer of Greek philosophy at a Baghdad university. She is also “mother” to her two nieces, both intellectually disabled, and her nephew, who is severely intellectually disabled, after their parents passed away over 30 years ago. All of their lives were destroyed one fateful night in 2016, reducing the family to penniless refugees.
Early this year, the Colosseum – an ancient Roman amphitheater where Christian martyrdoms took place long ago – was lit up red to show that Christians are being persecuted today across the Middle East.
Israel remains the sole democracy in the Middle East and the only place in the region for people of all faiths to live freely and peacefully. This is a stark contrast to the realities in Israel’s neighboring nations. Mission Network News reports that kidnappings and disappearances of Christian women and girls in Egypt are on the rise, especially in rural areas.