Mobilising, training and equipping Christians for prayer

The persecution against Christians is worse today or at least as bad as any other period of history (a report by Aid to the Church in Need.) The great rabbi of France, Haim Korsia, made an urgent request to Europe and the rest of the West to defend the non-Muslims of the Middle East, whom he compared to the victims of the Holocaust.

A new human rights report has revealed that Iraqi minorities such as Christians, Yazidis and the Chabaqui people are victims of a ‘slow-motion genocide’ that is destroying their ancestral communities to the point of disappearance.

Eighty-one percent of Iraq’s Christians have disappeared. For the Sabians, the devout community of San Juan Bautista, the number is even worse: 94%. As for the Yazidis, 18% have died or left the country. Another human rights organisation, Hammurabi, reports that there were 600,000 Christians in Baghdad, but there are only 150,000 now.


  • for regimes and human rights groups and influential relief organisations to help bring an awareness of the situation in Iraq.
  • that their efforts will help to bring an end to the Iraq’s discrimination of minorities in Iraq and the systematic killing annihilation of Christians and other minority groups. (Proverbs 21:15)
Source – Prayer Alert UK

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