International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

Support Persecuted Christians

Support Persecuted Christians

In 2014, thousands of Christians were forced to flee Iraq because of extreme persecution at the hands of ISIS terrorists. Four years later, they are living on the streets of Jordan, desperately clinging to small acts of kindness from local churches just to survive.

The United Nations Refugee Agency has stayed silent to their plight, keeping them from receiving the refugee status that would provide them with international aid. Their homes in Iraq were destroyed, and they’re not allowed to work in Jordan or even educate their children.

They have been forgotten by the U.N. long enough! Join the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews to support this mission to help these vulnerable Christians rebuild their shattered lives.

Support Persecuted Christians

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