Regionally, Iranian-backed factions in Iraq and Syria disrupt attempts for peace and restoration
The patriarchal see of the Assyrian Church of the East has been closed for nearly a decade
Many of Raqqa’s Christians fled the country, seeking refuge in Lebanon, Turkey and beyond, and never returned.
Today, Christians account for less than 1% of Idlib’s residents.
The extinction of Christianity in the Middle East accelerated dramatically in the early 20th century amid the Armenian genocide.
Several governments investigate ISIS crimes with the hope that its members will be held accountable.
"I have become a refugee, just like the Child Jesus, who also had to flee together with his parents.”
The charity has built a soup kitchen and a social market in Syria while also building two COVID-19 testing center.