Posts Tagged ‘ refugees ’

Christmas Events Begin in Middle East

Dec 4th, 2018 | By

The Christmas program for 2018 will serve nearly 10,000 children. There were four Christmas events for children the first week of December. Of those four, two were held by brand new churches founded by Syrian refugees. Christmas programs are directed differently in Lebanon because of the sheer number of events and the distances between them.

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The Chairman’s Report For November 21, 2018

Nov 21st, 2018 | By

Christmas for Refugees almost, but not fully funded for 2018 / In Syria, Christmas events for children in four locations including Jaramana! / Diapers for Refugees to purchase another 500,000 diapers in December / Other programs: Fuel for Camp Odrana paid for until December / Over $300,000 already paid out for Christmas for Refugees programs

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CHRISTMAS FOR REFUGEES PROGRAMS HELD IN FOUR NATIONS!

Dec 19th, 2017 | By

Christmas for Refugees events celebrating the birth of Jesus have begun for 2017. Celebrations have already taken place in Nigeria, Lebanon and Iraq. Displaced Christian children have come together to have fun, games, songs and gifts along with programs that center on the true meaning of Christmas.

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Chairman’s Report For March 17, 2017

Mar 17th, 2017 | By

In this issue of the newsletter New:        Radical feminists rally around leader who is convicted Muslim terrorist Update:   United Nations should not be the ones “vetting” refugees to the US Update:   New wave of Christian refugees flee city of Mosul where they were trapped Convicted Muslim terrorist leading “Women’s March” Woman gained US citizenship after

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Women’s March Leader: Terrorist Poster Child For President Trump’s Extreme Vetting

Mar 1st, 2017 | By

By: Frank York Rasmea Yousef Odeh, the organizer of the “women’s march” against President Trump on March 8, is a poster child for terrorism and our failed vetting policies when it comes to potential Islamic terrorists. Odeh is a Palestinian and former member of the terrorist Palestine Liberation Organization headed by Yasser Arafat. She was

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‘The Media Coverage on Syria is the Biggest Media Lie of our Time’ — Interview with Flemish Priest in Syria

Feb 9th, 2017 | By

By: wierd duk Flemish Father Daniël Maes (78) lives in Syria in the sixth-century-old Mar Yakub monastery in the city of Qara, 90 kilometers north of the capital Damascus. Father Daniel has been a witness to the “civil war” and according to him, Western reports on the conflict in Syria are very misleading. In short: “the Americans and their

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Obama Administration’s Secret Refugee Deal with Australia

Dec 5th, 2016 | By

Almost 2,500 refugees from terrorism hot spots around the world are making their way to the U.S. after being denied refugee status from Australia. The U.S. State Department has classified information on refugees to be resettled in American via a secret deal made with Australia. This bilateral agreement, and unprecedented move, involves 2,465 people, who

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Muslim Refugees Target Women in Austrian Hospitals With Death Threats and Sexual Assualt

Nov 4th, 2016 | By

A teenage Somali refugee has been arrested in Austria for breaking into the University Hospital of Innsbruck and attempting to sexually assault a female patient. The attempted attack allegedly happened in the psychiatric department of the hospital. According to police reports, the 18-year-old refugee targeted a 29-year-old female patient but she quickly pressed an emergency

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Syrian Patriarchs Appeal to World to Remove Sanctions from Syria

Aug 26th, 2016 | By

On Tuesday, August 23, Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch and All East John X Yazigi, Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarch of Antioch and All the East Gregorios III Laham, and Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch and All East Mar Ignatius Aphrem II delivered an appeal requesting the world to life the siege and sanctions imposed on

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Iraqi Christian Refugees Still Live in Fear

Aug 10th, 2016 | By

Over the last two years, thousands of Christians in Iraq fled their homes in hopes of escaping persecution from ISIS. Christians have faced the worst that the Islamic State has to offer – crucifixions, beheadings, gang rapes, sex slavery, beatings, and robbery – it is rare that the mainstream media reports this fact to the

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