Life After Slavery: A Successful Surgery Ends Years of Pain

We have wonderful news to share! This woman, Abuk Ucheck Bol was freed from slavery and brought home to South Sudan through CSI’s underground network. In slavery, she had no access to medical care, and she had been suffering from a painful growth in her earth for over ten years. She is recovering well, and… Read more »

Prof. Marius Deeb: “Lebanon Cannot Exist Without Christians”

CSI and Boston College highlight crisis facing Lebanon’s Christian Community in series of talks on The Future of Religious Minorities in the Middle East BOSTON, Nov. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — “Without Christians, there would be no Lebanon,” Professor Marius Deeb argued at a lecture at Boston College on Wednesday. In Lebanon, he said, “Christian leaders… Read more »

Twelve years’ documenting jihadi slavery in Sudan

Join Rev. Heidi McGinness, Christian Solidarity International – USA Outreach Director, December 9th for an evening raising awareness of slavery in Sudan. December 9th at 2501 Champa Street, Denver, CO 80205 from 5 to 8pm.

Post-Mosul Campaign Guarantees for Religious Minorities Crucial, Says Iraqi Human Rights Leader

William Warda: “Iraqi Christians and other Minorities Heading Towards Extinction” ZURICH – “There will probably be another crisis after the ‘liberation’ of Mosul from the Islamic State,” William Warda, the Chairman of the Iraqi Minorities Alliance and co-founder of the Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, warned in a CSI-hosted lecture here Tuesday. As the Iraqi, Kurdish… Read more »

The Great Sorting Out: Al Noor Interviews Josh Landis

In April of this year, Syria expert Joshua Landis spoke at Boston College on “ISIS, Christians and National Identity.” His talk was part of Christian Solidarity International’s lecture series on “The Future of Religious Minorities in the Middle East.” A video of his talk can be viewed online. Following his talk, Landis was interviewed by… Read more »

“The sanctions against Syria are worse than the barrel bombs”

John Eibner from CSI has returned this week from Syria. He travelled notably to the embattled city of Aleppo, as well as to Homs and Damascus. The Swiss daily Tages-Anzeiger cited John Eibner in its Syria coverage. TAGES-ANZEIGER 9 September 2016 Read the original article in German here. “The sanctions against Syria are worse than… Read more »

U.S. Declassifies “28 Pages” on Saudi Involvement in 9/11

After years of campaigning by many organizations, including CSI, the United States on Friday finally opened up the infamous “28 pages” of the 2002 Congressional 9/11 investigation, which had been classified since the report’s initial release. As was widely reported, the previously-classified materials provide strong evidence of Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the 9/11 attacks, the worst jihad… Read more »

Iraqi Christian Leader Thanks CSI

In a recent message, the Syriac Catholic Archbishop of Mosul, Kirkuk and Kurdistan, Yohanna Petrus Moshi, thanked CSI for its support of Iraqi Christians in the face of the Islamic State’s genocide. Archbishop Yohanna said: While the [Iraqi] central government was almost indifferent of what happened to our people, offering little help to its homeless… Read more »

After Slavery: The Stories of People Freed by CSI

Tens of thousands of South Sudanese people are enslaved in North Sudan – the forgotten victims of Sudan’s twenty-year civil war (1983-2005). Since 1995, CSI has been working with underground networks of traders to rescue these people from slavery, and bring them back to their homeland. In April, CSI’s South Sudan Projects Manager, caught up… Read more »