Keeping you informed

Every Friday we publish our Weekly Media Summary which includes a selection of news stories about the region in which we work. Currently, we operate in northern Iraq, Baghdad and Amman. Unfortunately, much of the online news these days is behind paywalls but we will do our best to share content which is free to view.

In this week’s media summary there is troubling news about an Iraqi court which is seeking to prosecute four people on charges of atheism. There is also an article about the World Food Programme increasing its support for refugees in Jordan.


Al-Monitor: Iraqi courts seeking out atheists for prosecution

Gulf News: Will Iraq abolish ‘marry your rapist’ law?

Al Jazeera: Iraqi Christians celebrate first Easter since ISIL defeat


Al Bawaba: This Jordan Refugee Helpline Answered over 1.7M Calls in 10 Years

The Jordan Times: WFP increases stipends for refugees after subsidies lifted

Verse of the Day

‘This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters.’ 1 John 3:16 NIV


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