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Nigerian Farm Update

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Just a few short months ago we invested just $7,000 to rent about five acres of land and buy seed, fertilizers and hand tools for the orphanage children to start their own farm. But the farm is a lot more than the food it is producing. The orphaned children are learning farming skills and reliance on themselves rather than on charity.

The Chairman's Report for September 13, 2019

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Stories of adults with special needs who are helped by Diapers for Refugees / Christmas for Refugees and Diapers for Refugees problems in December / Christmas in the Holy Land for Christian children again this year? / Hope and hate in Nigeria: Our farm prospers, but more Christians murdered

Remembering 911

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Each of us will remember exactly where we were and what we were doing at the moment we heard about the Islamic Jihad attack against our nation on September 11th. On that fateful day I was on my way to Washington, DC to participate in the Sudan Peace Act press conference to be held at the Rayburn House Office Building at 10:00 a.m. that morning.

Holy Land Christmas

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"I have seen the Christian civilization of the “West Bank” collapse and be replaced by those who hate Christians and work to steal what is left of their land. No matter what, we must continue the Christmas program in the “West Bank” which includes Bethlehem."

The Chairman's Report for August 23, 2019

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First crop at orphanage farm … Children now have Irish potatoes! / Orphanage children receive reward for their work and gain experience / Christmas for Refugees: How many children will celebrate Christmas? / Diapers for Refugees program faces September and December deadlines

First Crops Harvested at Nigerian Orphanage Farm

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Bag after bag of Irish potatoes have been harvested from the orphanage farm we sponsor. Every dime of the money was worth it!

The Chairman's Report for August 9, 2019

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Our farm for orphanage in Nigeria preparing to yield first crop / No longer just plain gruel for children at the orphanage – We supply protein / Our forum with Boko Haram survivor a success in Washington / What was the real impact of the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom?

Our Event at the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom

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On the first day of the multi-day event, the Religious Freedom Coalition, in conjunction with the Africa Conference of Christians, held an event featuring the sole survivor of a Sunni Muslim Boko Haram attack. Read about Ike and the rest of our event here.

The Story of Esther

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Esther was among many survivors of religious persecution that the State Department brought to Washington, DC for the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom. Here is a fact: More Christians are murdered for their faith in Nigeria every year than all other killings based on religion in the entire world.

A Sole Survivor of a Boko Haram Attack Shares His Story

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The Religious Freedom Coalition held an event during the multi-day Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom in Washington, D.C. The feature speaker at our event, Ike, is a sole survivor of a Boko Haram attack in Nigeria.

The Chairman's Report for July 12, 2019

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Day by day description of an eight-day mission to the Middle East / Summer Camp improvements in Jordan for Christian youth / Day care center air conditioners installed and working well for children / Diaper program in Iraq well, but more adult diapers needed for infirm

Air Conditioning Units Installed in Bethlehem Day Care Center

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Air conditioning units have been installed at the day care center in Bethlehem, just in time for the hot summer months. Christian children now have a cool, safe environment where they can learn more about God while their parents work.

Nigeria Orphanage Update

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The generous supporters of the Religious Freedom Coalition have sent sufficient funds to also allow us to purchase protein for every child in the orphanage for three meals a day for the rest of the year! The growing farm keeps the children fed and allows them to learn farming as they take on self responsibility.

Charity Navigator joins Southern Poverty Law Center in the attack against the Religious Freedom Coalition

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Charity Navigator takes dishonest and misleading measures to join the Southern Poverty Law Center in shining negative light on the Religious Freedom Coalition.

The Chairman's Report for June 21, 2019

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We aid day care center near the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem / Christians were 86% of the population in “West Bank” – Now just 2% / Adult diaper program changing the lives of elderly in Iraq and Jordan / How did the United States ever begin supporting Sunni Muslim radicals?

Air Conditioning for Holy Land Day Care Center

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A few weeks ago, I received distressing news about a day care center in Beit Sahour, a Christian area inside the Bethlehem “governate.” The day care, with 117 children age four and under, had only one of seven rooms with a working air conditioner.

Diapers for Refugees Update

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I received the first request for adult diapers in 2018. Our team had been so centered on the babies and toddlers and their needs that the idea of adult diapers had never been considered. I did not think there would be a big demand for the adult diapers. I was wrong!

The Chairman's Report for May 24, 2019

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Saudi Arabia’s “royal” family exposes its evil heart to the world / Sunni Islam is the mother of almost all terror attacks against innocent people / Roof of chapel at Nigerian orphanage collapses – New farm being cleared / Making the case on Capitol Hill that Christians really do face persecution

Roof of Orphanage Chapel Collapses During Storm

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Last year I visited the orphanage we support in Nigeria for Easter, and an Easter program was presented in the chapel while I was there. This year, during Easter week a powerful rain and wind storm completely destroyed the roof of the chapel.

Incredibly Evil Heart of Saudi Arabia

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A young Saudi man was about to board a plane to America to pursue his education at the University of West Michigan when he was arrested, beaten for years, and recently beheaded. His crime? Favor of democracy. In this article, William J. Murray sheds light on the hard truth of Saudi terror that many have tried to keep under wraps for so long.

The Chairman's Report for April 26, 2019

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Working on Capitol Hill to expose the murders of Christians in Nigeria / Senator Rand Paul will quote me in his new book on socialism / Food for Nigeria orphanage – Helping start a farm to feed themselves / Diapers for Refugees – More adult diapers for special needs elderly

A Farm for the Orphans in Nigeria

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I received a proposal from the camp director to help rent two hectares of land and obtain supplies for a small farm for the older children to plant and grow some of their own food. A farm of this size cannot feed the 87 children that are currently in the orphanage. But the farm will do more than supply some of the needed food.

The Chairman's Report for April 1, 2019

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Can we stop Amazon’s support of Islamic organizations that promote hate? / Southern Poverty Law Center now has half a billion dollars in assets! / The liberal elites corrupted our society … Now they want to censor us. / Diaper program funded for April and May … Next fund transfer in June. / Nigeria orphanage: Gruel for breakfast with one egg every other day.

The Chairman's Report for March 15, 2019

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In this issue of the newsletter / Results of the survey of Religious Freedom Coalition supporters / Diapers for Refugees and Christmas for Refugees top the survey / Capitol Hill / religious freedom work very important and must continue / Our Amicus brief for jailed Christian friend has been filed in Supreme Court!
Nidel Hasan has received more than $300,000 in pay from the Army since he shot down 13 soldiers at Ft. Hood

The Chairman’s Report for November 24, 2017

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The Religious Freedom Coalition is moving forward with plans for our Christmas for Refugees program in Iraq. In some cases, the only question that remains is where the children will be. One of the new towns in which we intended to hold a Christmas program was Telskuf. It now appears that the children who would have been there, will be back in camps in Dohuk Province.
Nidel Hasan has received more than $300,000 in pay from the Army since he shot down 13 soldiers at Ft. Hood

Trump and neocons cleanse a mass murderer of his sins Sanctions removed from Omar al-Bashir then imposed on Iran

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President Omar al-Bashir of the Sudan has been indicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) as a war criminal, and there is an international arrest warrant for him. The planning for the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania was done in the Sudan under the watchful eye of this mass murderer, who has long practiced genocide. This same Omar al-Bashir is now apparently a good guy in the eyes of President Donald Trump and his newly found neocon buddies. They recently removed sanctions that had been imposed on the Sudan, even though the murder of Christians continues in the Nuba Mountains under al-Bashir’s rule. The arrest warrant by the ICC for crimes of mass murder in Darfur, and the status of Sudan as a “State sponsor of terrorism” were both still recognized and backed by the United States as recently as May of 2017 under the Administration of President Donald Trump.

Join The Fight To Free Meriam Ibrahim From A Sudan Prison

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The Religious Freedom Coalition is joining in the fight to #RescueMeriam Ibrahim from a Sudan prison. She faces 100 lashes and death by hanging for refusing to deny her faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. The penalty of 100 lashes is for “adultery” (having sexual relations with her Christian husband). Death by hanging is for “apostacy” – leaving Islam.

RFC Joins FRC Campaign To Petition Obama For Release Of Meriam Ibrahim

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The Religious Freedom Coalition joins with the Family Research Council (FRC) in a petition campaign to Obama for him to do everything in his power to get Sudanese Christian Meriam Ibrahim released from a death sentence. Please sign the petition at the bottom of this message from Tony Perkins, head of FRC.  
Father Keith Roderick and William Murray visit Orthodox priest in a burned out church in Kosovo

Chairman's Report -- April 3, 2014

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IN THIS ISSUE: Reverend Keith Roderick, Religious Freedom Coalition board member and long time defender of those persecuted for their faith, dies at age 61 / Are all congressmen basically alike, or are some God fearing and hard working? / The good and the bad on Capitol Hill / Christmas for Refugee program

Washington Report - November 1st, 2013

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In this issue: Obama created the Syrian terrorist nightmare / Obama Army attacks "Healthy white, Christian heterosexual men" / Leading economic conservative attacks Senator Ted Cruz / Congressman Allen West on anti-Christian army / Sudan: Bulldozing churches for Muslim businessmen / Syria: Location of kidnapped bishops known / Egyptian newspaper exposes Muslim Brotherhood in the USA / Iran: Christians whipped for taking communion wine
Nidel Hasan has received more than $300,000 in pay from the Army since he shot down 13 soldiers at Ft. Hood

Washington Report- July 19th, 2013

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In this issue: Obama's godless army / Ft. Hood victim attacks Obama Administration / Congressmen defending faith in military / Senator Cruz for President? / No tax dollars for Jihadists / Pro-gay anti DOMA decision will affect public schools / American imam trashes Constitution and human rights / Dubai: European jailed because she was raped / Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood declares war / Sudan: Christians uprooted and killed / China: Model of America with no soul
Nidel Hasan has received more than $300,000 in pay from the Army since he shot down 13 soldiers at Ft. Hood

Report From Washington - May 3, 2013

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In this issue: Obama embracing jihadists worldwide? / Obama Pentagon advisor's hate speech against Christians / Obama asks God to bless abortionists / Congressman supports National Day of Prayer / Admiral defies ban on sharing faith / Saudi diplomat in USA had domestic slaves? / Our tax dollars support ethnic cleansing / Syrian bishops still held by USA supported jihadists / More Nigerian Christians murdered by Muslims / The unreported Islamic war on Thailand / China - 21 dead in Islamic terrorist attack
Nidel Hasan has received more than $300,000 in pay from the Army since he shot down 13 soldiers at Ft. Hood

Report From Washington - January 13, 2012

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IN THIS ISSUE: Obama attack on religious freedom rebuffed by High Court / Former congressman jailed for Sudan contacts / New York Times op-ed says Boko Haram "not a problem" / More die in Boko Haram attacks in Nigeria / Wealthiest Christian in Egypt charged with blasphemy / Pakistan Muslim men attack children at a church
Nidel Hasan has received more than $300,000 in pay from the Army since he shot down 13 soldiers at Ft. Hood

Report From Washington - October 14, 2011

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IN THIS ISSUE: No support for Egyptian Christians from Obama / Incredible corruption centers on White House / Eric Cantor says Christians threatened / Congressman Frank Wolf, a Prisoner of Conscience / Islamic forced conversion / Public pool for Muslims only / Bloody Sunday in Cairo / Asia Bibi beaten in jail