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The photograph is of Rami, one of the many Iraqi refugees now living in Jordan. FRRME are working with our Jordanian partners to provide vital food relief, accommodation, education, medical support and pastoral care.
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Jonathan Cahn speaks at the United Nation's Economic Social Chamber about global Christian persecution.

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Jennifer Labadie FromkeWow - so glad these words were spoken at the UN. They need to be shouted from the mountaintops across the globe.1 week ago   ·  1
Beverley GillThe west do speak out, this is shared on our media. More needs to be done though. There are other groups of people being persecuted.1 week ago
Ailsa NewtonThank you for sharing.1 week ago   ·  1
Valerie Hannah SealeyThank the Lord that a Jew is speaking out. As a Christian it also breaks my heart to know what has and is being done to the poor Yazidis and to the Kurds. We may know about this in the West but governments are not doing enough. Doors were closed to the Jews of Europe and today national borders are also being closed to people suffering this latest holocaust.#1 week ago
Carlos KohnJennifer Labadie Fromke WITH FEW WORDS; SAID IT SO WELL: " so glad these words were spoken at the UN. They need to be shouted from the mountaintops across the globe".7 days ago
Cristina OliveiraIt takes a Jew to speak out about the Christian persecution! The West makes me sick!!!1 week ago
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Updates by Dr. Sarah and our work in the North of Iraq. In Kurdistan. For more updates please follow Because, I Love Peace Facebook Page. Heart breaking stories of our brothers and sisters. I couldn't sleep yesterday thinking about this after I talked to Dr. Sarah. ... See MoreSee Less

Luai is one of the most helpful people I have meet in one of the Christian Centers on the boarder of Erbil. He lives in this compound where the church is paying the rent of 45 houses for around 220 families to live in. We went yesterday and he wanted to share his story to our team. And it was heart breaking. "Luai was forced out of Mosul by ISIS before he could reach his family. His Aunt, who he describes as "my heart", was taken before he could rescue her. At 62 years of age, she was taken to the ISIS camp and forced to "Marry" the fighters. ISIS militants believe that if they marry a woman before having sex, it is blessed in their gods eyes. She was "married" over 250 times, every 2 hours, with each "Marriage" resulting in brutal injuries. She was eventually released after 3 months of hourly rapes. The reason for her release was, according to the note, that she had lost her mind and was no longer of desire to the fighters. Upon her return, she had no papers, could barely walk, refused to speak as well as having violent traumatic flashbacks. Luai did all he could to bring "his heart" back to health, but she was lost... When asked what he feels, Luai begins to gently shake with rage and tears rim his eyelids. He simply states, "When I find them, I will destroy them. I will drink of their blood." Christian Stephen She is now in a Monastery in Baghdad as she was refused to be committed to the psychiatric institution in Baghdad "for lack of papers". The family is working on her papers so she can be committed next month into the mental institution

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Hotsy TotsyThere are no words to confront this horror. I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry for their suffering - this is not enough to say. I send my prayer, that is all I know to do. I offered this day to the Lord on behalf of those suffering. She is not forgotten; her nephew, Luai, he is not forgotten.3 weeks ago   ·  1
Kathy FosterThis is heart breaking and how does anyone cope with such horrific acts inflicted on a loved one.3 weeks ago   ·  1
Andy SwainEven wild animals has more respect for each other than these 'humans' May she meet with the Prince of Peace and may they been in Gods sights.3 weeks ago   ·  1
Anne PrivettLord have mercy.3 weeks ago   ·  1
AL GuerinI pray for her healing. I pray for the family. I pray that the eyes of the world will be opened to the true evil of these wrongdoers, that there will be no excuses made for them. I pray the leaders of the world will unite against this plague of evil. Let us all join in prayer for the healing of this woman and for strength for her family.3 weeks ago

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Words from the North of Iraq, Kurdistan. Dr. Sarah is still there and this is one of the stories that we have to deal with on daily bases. ... See MoreSee Less

"Saddam was part of the Iraqi army in Mosul when ISIS took over. His two sons were at home while he was fighting. ISIS came to the house and took the two boys. They took the youngest boy and shot him in the head, heart and knees with a pistol as his brother was forced to watch. When Saddam returned to his family, his son was dead and buried in the neighbours bathroom under a makeshift grave. Here, he holds his only surviving son. The surviving son remembers nothing of the event except for the sound of the air releasing from his little brothers body when the bullets hit. Saddam has vowed to kill every last ISIS fighter until either they are all dead, or he is." Christian Stephen Thank you Christian and Dylan for coming along with me to Erbil to report on all that I have to deal with here, and to make those people heard.

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Kathy FosterHeart breaking situation and so many are unaware of what is happening.God bless Dr Sarah, Christian, Dylan and those who are helping.3 weeks ago   ·  2
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Rhonda RempelI'm praying for the Iraqi people.3 weeks ago   ·  1

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