"With great gratitude we extend to our Heavenly Father, for the grace of giving that he planted in your hearts especially on the days of blessed Christmas we offer a word of thanks from heart mixed with feelings of joy and sincere love to Ms. Juliana Taimoorazy for the gift of Christmas that made us happy to prepare for the feast you filled our homes with grace we ask the lord to fill all your days with joy and peace."
Baghdad, Erbil, Dohuk Governorate, and Nineveh
This Assyrian Christian Grandmother who is responsible for raising her grandchildren thanks ICRC and all the donors for their generosity and wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas.
"We offer a lot of thanks and appreciation for this great help for us but it was a surprise for us to celebrate the ceremonies and rituals of Christmas and thank you thousand times and to everyone who provided this help and god protect you all."
"We extend our sincere thanks and gratitude to the virtuous and loving Mrs Juliana for her constant assistance to her people the Iraqi refugees living in Lebanon We wish her continued health and wellness and may the Lord increase her wisdom and blessing."
"Thank you dear Aileen for the things you gave us god bless you and everyone who’s helping us in everything may this year will be good for you and everyone and happy new year.
Note: AIleen is our partner in Beirut."
ISIS is committing genocide through crucifixion, beheading, immolation, torture, sexual enslavement, mass rape, forced evictions, and additional atrocities. They intend to kill and destroy all people whose faith is not their narrow brand of Sunni Islam. In 2003, there were around 1.5-1.6 million Assyrian Christians. Today there are only 200,000 left.
Iraqi Christians want to return home, and they are advocating for the international community, Our International Advocacy, to recreate a peaceful and safe homeland for Christians on the Nineveh plains.
Noor and her family were chased away from their home and are now living in Amman, Jordan as a result of Iraqi Christian Persecution.
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