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  • ISIS In Iraq: Lost Point Of Origin

    Blog | 30 June 2017

    The mosque that was the point of origin for the Islamic State Caliphate has been reclaimed in Iraq.  ISIS Losing GroundOn Thursday 29 June Iraqi forces gained control of the Great Mosque of al-Nuri, declaring the symbolic end of the caliphate.This is wh...

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  • A Widow In A Heartbeat

    Blog | 3 April 2017

    The very first person I met inside a refugee camp was a woman by the name of Rahana.* Rahana was from Mosul and she fled when Islamic State gained control.Rahana told me of the day her life completely changed. She was at home with her family, watching...

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  • ISIS Defeated - Rebuilding Iraq’s Towns & Cities

    Blog | 13 July 2017

    The Iraqi government has declared victory over Islamic State in Mosul. After nine months of fighting, only small pockets of extremists remain in parts of Mosul. But this doesn’t mark the end of Islamic State, who are still active in Iraq and Syria. And...

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  • Why We’re Rebuilding The Church In Iraq

    Blog | 4 October 2017

    The Moment We’ve Been Waiting ForIn July this year, the Iraqi government declared victory over the Islamic State in Mosul. It didn’t mark the end of Islamic State, who are still active in Iraq and Syria, but it meant many Christians were able to start...

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  • Why The Islamic State Have Named Egypt Their Next Target

    Blog | 31 October 2017

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  • Iraq

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    ... Islamic and corruption in the country has led to Christians losing their land and homes. Despite cities being liberated from the Islamic State, thousands of fighters remain in Iraq. Whilst it has been safe for some Christians to return home, many have st...

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  • Tanzania

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  • Inside Nigeria - The Famine Caused By War

    Blog | 28 August 2017

    Famine And Fighting You’ve probably heard about the famine sweeping across Nigeria, South Sudan, Somalia and Yemen. 20 million people are at risk of starvation and even the UN’s attempts to raise enough money to support them have fallen short. This...

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  • 23 Christian families rescued from Marawi, Philippines - City held by extremists linked to ISIS

    Blog | 1 June 2017

    On 23 May, Islamic extremists stormed the city of Marawi in the Southern Philippines, raising Islamic State flags. A chapel and Christian school were set on fire and a priest and 13 other Christians were also taken hostage.While most of the city's 200,000...

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  • Iraq: Noeh is back at school

    Blog | 23 November 2017

    Earlier this year we shared Noeh’s story.Because of the Islamic State, he was forced to flee his home in Karamles (on the Nineveh Plains in northern Iraq). When we shared his story, the 12-year-old was looking forward to returning home after Islamic Sta...

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