Monthly Archives: May 2019

  • Important note about the following account To protect identities, names have been changed. The salient facts of the case have not been altered in any way. As you can see, the story is told in the present tense as that is how ‘Reem’ experiences the pain of the past. An Iraqi girl escapes ISIS into […]

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  • A shocking fact about trauma in Iraq Three generations of Iraqis experience trauma because of 40 years of war and sectarian violence. Despite this, there is only one psychiatric hospital in Iraq and just 1 psychiatrist for every 300,000 people. A fascinating new documentary called ‘Iraq: A State of Mind’ sheds light on this important […]

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  • Inaction has consequences! Last week, we were in Georgia to raise money for Iraq’s persecuted Christians. While there, I was able to visit the tomb of Martin Luther King Jr in Atlanta. This was the final stop of the tour. We also visited The Ebenezer Baptist Church where King was the preacher and where his […]

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  • New report on persecuted Christians pulls no punches Political correctness is partly to blame for the failure to address the suffering of persecuted Christians around the world. This is according to an interim report by the Rt Rev Philip Mounstephen, Anglican Bishop of Truro, published today. The report is part of an independent review called […]

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