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Diapers for Refugees Continues to Help Christian Refugees in Iraq

May 26th, 2017 | By

March kicked off the 2017 Diapers for Refugees delivery program in Iraq. Our ministry partners in Iraq are continuing to roll out diapers from our first distribution. In May, four more Christian refugee camps received diaper and sanitary pads. On May 1, 75 families received 2 packs of diapers, totaling 150 diaper packs distributed. Later

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A disturbing situation in Jordan for Christian children

May 24th, 2017 | By

Government orders changes at Christian camp: As I mentioned in the last Chairman’s Report I received an urgent call from Jordan, from the ministry we work with that runs a summer camp for Christian children and youth. The camp was opened early this year to allow entire Christian refugee families to come and enjoy fresh

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March and June Diapers for Refugees

May 15th, 2017 | By

In March more than $18,000 was transferred to our ministry partner in Iraq to begin year two of the Diapers for Refugees program. The first distribution of 160,000 diapers was conducted last year in March. The cost has remained stable over the last year and our cost for absorbent, high quality diapers made in Turkey

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The Chairman’s Report for May 12, 2017

May 12th, 2017 | By

In this issue of the newsletter Update:   Post Cards to Congress Campaign – Congress swamped with post cards Update:   Calls to Congressional leaders needed to move HR-390 forward Update:   Iraqi ministry calls for help: Expanded Christmas and diaper programs? New:        Jordanian authorities demand changes at Christian summer camp Congress swamped with HR-390 post cards HR

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Saudis Paid for US Veterans to Lobby Against 9/11 Lawsuit Law

May 11th, 2017 | By

After Congress passed the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, which allows September 11 victim’s families to sue Saudi Arabia in U.S. courts, opponents of the bill started an expensive political campaign to warn lawmakers about “unintended consequences.” The Daily Star reports: What few people knew, including some of the recruited veterans themselves, was that

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Fooling many of the people, much of the time

May 11th, 2017 | By

By: Clifford D. May 10th May 2017 – The Washington Times “Hamas Drops Call for Israel’s Destruction,” headlined The Wall Street Journal last week. The New York Times told its readers: “Hamas Moderates Talk on Israel.” And The Guardian (UK) concluded that Hamas had produced a document likely to “ease peace process.” All this is

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Spain: “Pacifist” Imam Arrested on Terror Charges

May 11th, 2017 | By

by Soeren Kern, Gatestone Institute Spanish authorities have arrested a Muslim cleric — whom the New York Times once praised for his efforts to fight radicalization within Germany’s Islamic community — for alleged ties to the Islamic State. Hesham Shashaa (aka Abu Adam), a 46-year-old Egyptian-Palestinian, was detained near Alicante in southeastern Spain on April

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Front Line: Inside Iraqi Soldiers’ Anti-IS War

May 10th, 2017 | By

The walkie-talkie in the commander’s hand buzzes and crackles as soldiers line up their humvees and tanks, readying themselves to enter Islamic State territory. “Tell all the men to put on helmets,” are the orders over the walkie-talkie. “I don’t want to see anyone without a helmet!” A few minutes later, many of the soldiers

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William J Murray on America’s Relationship with Qatar

May 10th, 2017 | By

Defense Secretary James Mattis visited several of America’s Middle Eastern allies in April, 2017, including one that undermines American security by sponsoring radical Islam.

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Car Bomb Outside Thailand Supermarket Injures 60

May 10th, 2017 | By

Radical Islamic insurgents are suspected of carrying out a car-bomb attack in Thailand on Tuesday, May 9. The attack happened outside of a supermarket in the city of Pattani and wounded 60 people. According to Reuters, “A decades-old separatist insurgency in the largely ethnic Malay Muslim provinces of Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat has killed more

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