Posts Tagged ‘ Islamic terrorism ’

Bennetta Betbadal, Christian Victim Of San Bernardino Muslim Killers

Dec 7th, 2015 | By

Bennetta believed she could live peacefully in America without fear of Islamic persecution and terror, but Muslim terrorists now strike at will everywhere in the world, including the United States. In the once pleasant community of San Bernardino, Islamic terror found her and took her life.



Heavy Rain & Islamic Terrorism Descend On Amman, Jordan

Nov 9th, 2015 | By

The Religious Freedom Coalition’s Christmas For Refugees program stores food in a warehouse in Amman and we’re still waiting word from our sources there if the warehouse has been flooded or destroyed by the rain.



Syrian Refugees Face Hunger Amidst Humanitarian Funding Crisis

Jul 6th, 2015 | By

Though the agency received 5.38 billion dollars in 2014, the continuing emergencies in Syria, Iraq and elsewhere mean that needs now far outpace available funding. From assisting an estimated 2.5 million refugees last year, limited funding has forced the organisation to scale back its operations, with the result that just 1.6 million refugees are currently receiving rations.



An Urgent Need In Crisis Ridden Iraq

Dec 17th, 2014 | By

Manara Ministries is the ministry overseeing the Religious Freedom Coalition Christmas For Refugees program in the Middle East. RFC Chairman William J. Murray is currently in Lebanon working with Manara to provide a Christmas meal for hundreds of refugee children – children displaced by Islamic terrorists – like those barbarians who killed 132 children in Pakistan yesterday.



U.N. Estimates 13.6 Million Displaced By Wars In Syria And Iraq

Nov 12th, 2014 | By

The United Nations refugee agency has estimated that nearly 14 million people have been driven from their homes due to the wars in Syria and Iraq. The 13.6 includes 7.2 million displaced inside Syria, and 3.3 million Syrians in other countries. In Iraq, 1.9 million have been displaced adding to the 1 million previously driven from their homes.