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Christians face barbaric genocide: beheadings, torture, and enslavement.

After successfully pressuring the previous Administration to recognize this “genocide against Christians,” we’ve launched a groundbreaking multi-pronged legal advocacy campaign to stop the genocide and protect Christians. We’re mobilizing our global offices in the most expansive campaign for the persecuted Church we’ve ever undertaken. We're aggressively working with the Trump Administration and at the U.N. But we urgently need your Tax-Deductible support.

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