The Christmas for Refugees program has become a tradition in several nations, showing the love of Christians here in America for the Christian children who have suffered so much under Islamic oppression. We must plan as if every event will be held in every country we serve, regardless of the situations that may exist now.
About Claire Marlowe
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Entries by Claire Marlowe
Fulani Herdsmen leader says: “Nigeria belongs to the Fulani” / Nigerian orphanage farm doing well, but Christians murdered nearby / U. S. government agency complains about arrest of Nigerian … atheist! / Will Covid-19 affect our Christmas for Refugees program?
I was a little surprised that in the midst of the deadly attacks against Christians in Nigeria this year, that the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) moved to help an atheist arrested in Nigeria.
The National President of Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, Bello Abdullahi Bodejo, has said that the Fulani own Nigeria and will rule the country forever. Recently. Fulani herdsmen entered a store near the orphanage we support in Nigeria and killed the store owner and others in the store because they were Christians.
Legislative work continues in Washington, DC – Persecution in Vietnam / Christians suppressed in Vietnam / Iraq refusing recognition of evangelicals / Female genital mutilation in Sudan (Maybe) Can it be stopped elsewhere? / Destruction at only Christian bookstore in Amman, Jordan
Moving factories from China to Vietnam, Christians still persecuted. In May the Religious Freedom Coalition participated in a conference with many other organizations to call attention to the persecution of Christians in Vietnam. We came along other organizations to send a letter to President Trump.
I want to share my heart with you about the orphanage we support in Nigeria. I have been terrified with the thought that the Covid-19 virus would penetrate the walls around the orphanage. Medical care for the Christians of Nigeria is hard to obtain. The level of corruption in the country is unimaginable.
Capitol Hill advocacy work moves to Zoom – Religious Freedom Roundtable / Senator Lankford adds faith-based groups to Payroll Protection Program / Caring for Christian children who are victims of Islamic terror / West Bank and Middle East Christians refused coronavirus aid
Many of the meetings I attended in person in Washington,
DC are now held by Zoom. One of the most important is the International Religious Freedom
Roundtable chaired by Ambassador Sam Brownback. I
made a presentation to stop the attacks on Christians in Nigeria.
Religious Freedom Coalition President, William J. Murray, gives and update on how our organization is handling the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is affecting our ministry programs.