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Persecuted and Oppressed

Persecuted Christians

Perhaps more today than at any time in modern history, we are witnessing the attempted destruction of the Christian faith in the Middle East and around the globe.

Terrorists and militants like ISIS and many others are destroying churches, artifacts, documents, symbols of religious history, and hundreds of holy sites in an attempt to annihilate the Christian culture. But even more tragically, destroying innocent lives.

Please give today to help persecuted Christians in the Middle East and around the world with food, medicine, and safe shelter.

Every day, thousands are attacked, threatened, beaten, and even killed simply because of their faith. We must stand up and join together as Christians and Jews, united in our voices and actions to say, “Enough is enough!”

Persecuted Jews

The Fellowship has long been committed to providing prophetic aliyah flights for needy Jewish émigrés from every part of the world. We cannot turn our backs on these who are crying out for help, facing anti-Semitism and deadly terror attacks. The world did that once to Jews in life-threatening need, and we have vowed before God, “Never again!”

Our work rescuing Jews from war and vicious hatred is not complete!

Your prayers and generous gifts truly provide the “wings” of hope and freedom for these suffering people. With God’s blessing, and through your loving support, we will continue to provide more Freedom Flights so that many Jewish lives will be saved.

I urge you to join me in prayer and action to help those—Jews and Christians, alike—who suffer under the oppression of persecution and attack.

Fulfilling Prophecy – and a Lifelong Dream

October 11, 2018

As an elderly man now, Dagef still clearly remembers his childhood days in Ethiopia, sitting in his grandfather's lap, listening to him relate biblical tales of the Jewish people. Dagef remembers how his grandfather would end the story of the exodus with his finger pointed north towards Israel. "My grandpa assured us that God would redeem us from our exile as He had redeemed our ancestors from Egypt," Dagef recalls.

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