Expelled Christian families face starvation in Laos
Christian families who were previously driven from their Laos village at gunpoint for refusing to give up their faith now face starvation as local authorities destroy their crops and prevent food from reaching the group.
“I do submit to all of you our sincere thanks in our difficult plight.” Iraqi Christian refugee in Syria
Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, Barnabas Aid has been able to give over £2.5m since 2003 to help persecuted Iraqi Christians displaced in their own country, as well as those who have fled to neighbouring lands, with food and other basic provisions.
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