In this issue of the newsletter: Amazon claims Religious Freedom Coalition is a “hate group” – No donations / Anti-Semitic groups such as CAIR receive funds from Amazon programs /Diapers for Refugees is a “hate group” because it helps Christian babies / Huge expansion of Diaper Program / New well for orphanage in Nigeria
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In this issue of the newsletter / A Christian state in Nigeria under siege – Muslim president ignores violence / Slaughter in church during a service – A visit to the site of the massacre / A fancy reception with an Ambassador but the diplomats see no evil / Visit to camp for Christians displaced by Islamic violence is heartbreaking
We drove south for many hours from Makurdi and stopped briefly at Agatu town, then headed to the village where the attack occurred. When the paved road stopped we had to change cars to continue at under five miles per hour on a dirt road that was more path than road.
The bill was on hold by the Senate Leadership until the last week of April, when it was suddenly put on a “fast track” as an election tool to get Christians to vote Republican this fall. But it simply was not the same bill that passed the House last year and Senator Rand Paul was right to put a hold on it until Senator Corker’s language is removed.
Before arriving at the IDP camp we stopped by the “Modern Market” We were there to buy diapers and feminine products, as we had been told there was a desperate need for them at this particular camp.
In this issue of the newsletter Update: Inspection of Christian homes destroyed by Muslim raiders – 26 dead / Easter celebration at Christian orphanage in Nigeria – Much help needed / Easter morning service held at bombed church / Meeting with victims / Visit to church where 113 murdered during service by Muslim invaders
Our Easter event at the orphanage had to be cut short to move children out of the camp for safety. The orphanage is under constant threat as are all Christian institutions in the “Middle Belt.” All we can really do is show love and support by helping wherever we can.
On Easter Sunday, I attended one of the churches that had been bombed in 2012. That was a bad year for church bombings in Nigeria; many hundreds died and thousands were injured while in worship services at their churches.
In this issue of the newsletter
Attacks by Muslim raiders near orphanage we support,
Values Action Team – The Senate VAT wakes up for religious freedom,
International Religious Freedom roundtable begins at the State Department,
Post Card program on HR-390 continues – Did your Senators contact you?
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