Category: Featured


CSI Joins Broad-Based, International Appeal to President Biden to End Collective Punishment of Syria’s Civilians

Today, over 90 senior leadership figures worldwide called on U.S. President Joe Biden to lift those economic sanctions that kill, displace, impoverish and otherwise harm the civilian population of Syria, as called for by the UN Special Rapporteur for Unilateral Coercive Measures, Prof. Alena Douhan. Sign the petition to end the suffering This is collective… Read more »

Thank you Mark Girguis

Akhol receiving a goat after being freed

Today the Free for 1000 campaign crossed the finish line in its goal of being able to free 1000 slaves in Sudan. Mark Girguis has worked tirelessly to achieve this goal. Without his work 100s of people would still be in bondage yearning to be free. Mark’s campaign was able to free slaves such as… Read more »

CSI Condemns Turkish, Azerbaijani, and Syrian Jihadist Aggression Against Armenian Christians

In open letter to President Trump, human rights group calls for U.S. to suspend military aid to Azerbaijan and Turkey ZURICH – Christian Solidarity International, a human rights NGO campaigning for religious freedom and human dignity, today condemned the joint Turkish-Azerbaijani attack on Nagorno-Karabakh, a tiny region in the Caucuses inhabited by 150,000 Christian Armenians…. Read more »

Former Deputy Governor of Bank of Nigeria Threatened for Exposing Truth Behind Middle Belt Massacres

Nigeria Christian

Dr. Obadiah Mailafia, the former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, has been forced to take extraordinary security precautions after receiving death threats and being repeatedly interrogated by national security officers. The threats come after Dr. Mailaifa publicly challenged official narratives about the widespread murder and displacement of civilians in Nigeria’s Middle Belt. … Read more »

Give Hope & A Future

Microloan for a business

Millions of those affected in the CSI project countries are still encountering the devastating consequences of the coronavirus crisis. From Nepal to Nigeria…from South Sudan to India…from Egypt to Bangladesh-we are working to enable the least of these to get back on their feet. These people have faced a lifetime of religious persecution…now with the coronavirus,… Read more »

Many go hungry in Nicaragua as the corona crisis worsens

While lockdowns are in place across much of the world, no action is being taken in Nicaragua to stop the spread of the coronavirus. But that doesn’t mean that Nicaraguans are not suffering the effects of the pandemic: several thousand people face hunger after losing their livelihoods. CSI’s local partners are distributing food to hundreds… Read more »

CSI expresses concern over “Joint Statement” on Syria, urges review of impact of economic sanctions as coronavirus strikes

Christian Solidarity International (CSI), a Christian human rights organization, has written to United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo expressing grave concern over US policy in Syria as reflected in the March 15 Joint Statement by the US, UK, Germany and France on the Ninth Anniversary of the Syrian Uprising. The Joint Statement fails to… Read more »

Kim Dido released from captivity

Nigeria Plateau state

Following the abduction and release of Kim Dido, a son of Rev. Andrew Dido who is a Chaplain of Chapel of Faith, Plateau State Polytechnic, Barkin Ladi LGA on 20th day of February, 2019, a visit was paid to the man of God in his residence at Staff Quarters of the institution to ascertain the… Read more »