Take Action to Help
• Learn about
the persecuted church
• Help organizations
that are distributing aid
• Make your voice
heard in Congress.
• You can Adopt an Iraqi Christian
Refugee Family through this special program of the
of America. I have seen on the ground how effective
this program is, and can testify that 100% of the monay you
donate to this program goes directly to Iraqi Christian
refugee families in Amman and Damascus.
• Christian Solidarity
International is on the ground in Iraq (as well as in
Southern Sudan). I have gone on aid missions with them and
their local partner, the Hammurabi
Human Rights Organization, run by William Warda.
• The Assyrian Aid Society
is helping to equip
schools and build infrastructure
projects in the Nineveh plain, where virtually no U.S.
government development dollars have been spent. They
also are providing
food and other humanitarian relief supplies to
refugees and internally displaced persons in conjunction
with the Swedish NGO, Assyrians
•Rev. Canon Andrew White (at
of the Anglican Church of St. George in Baghdad, runs the Foundation
for Relief and Reconcilliation in the Middle East. He has been a
passionate advocate of uniting religious leaders of all
faiths to help calm sectarian violence in Iraq and has kept his
church open to the faithful through the darkest periods of
Open Doors USA, the U.S. affiliate of
the famed Dutch missionary Brother Andrew, has a food and
Bible distribution program in Iraq. They also have an
extensive array of advocacy tools as well as a
Congressional scorecard targeted to issues of
Christian persecution worldwide.
• The Barnabas Fund
has a feeding
program for Iraqi refugees in Syria and Jordan, as
well as Christians displaced inside
Iraq. They are also helping and helps to build housing
for Iraqi Christians who have been forced to flee to Syria.
Voice Heard in Congress
- The Iraq Sustainable
Democracy Project has documented the
ongoing effort by Muslim terrorist groups to drive
Christians out of Iraq and is a tremendous source of
hard information and
in-depth analysis for policy-makers and
- The Religious
Freedom Coalition provides aid to Christian
refugees in Jordan, and works closely with members of
Congress to defend religious freedom in Iraq and
elsewhere. RFC President William Murray puts outlegislative
updates to members, and travels himself on aid
missions to Jordan, the West Bank, and Lebanon. (He is pictured at right,
speaking with Cardinal Nasrallah Sfeir, the Maronite
Patriarch, in Bkerke, Lebanon).
Iraqi Christian Relief Council seeks to raise the
awareness of Americans to the persecution of Iraqi
Christians and to help them in making their voice heard
Christian Concern provides regular updates on the
persecution of Christians worldwide.