Category: Press Release


Over 300 People Freed from Slavery Before Christmas

On December 6 and 7, 329 people were freed from slavery in Sudan through CSI’s underground slave liberation network, and returned to their homeland in South Sudan. The enslaved people were either abducted during Sudan’s Islamist regime’s genocide against South Sudan from 1983-2005, or born into slavery. This brings the total number of people freed… Read more »

The Tablet: “Christians and Yazidis in Iraq: Unwanted Guests in their Own Country”

Dr. John Eibner, CEO, Christian Solidarity International (CSI-USA) September 12, 2014 One month ago we witnessed heart-wrenching media images from Iraq of the displacement of 200,000 Iraqi Christians and 50,000 of their Yazidis neighbours by jihadi warriors of the Wahhabi-inspired Islamic State (IS). This human tragedy has dropped out of the headlines. But, as the… Read more »

After the Fall: CSI Mission to Iraq

Thank you to everyone who has donated to CSI’s emergency Iraq operations! Dr. John Eibner was in Iraq last week with the CSI team, delivering food aid to more than 1,000 displaced Christian and Yazidi families who fled the Islamic State’s takeover of Nineveh, Sinjar and the Nineveh Plain. One of these people, a young… Read more »

400 People Freed from Slavery!

On September 26 and 27, 400 people were freed from slavery in Sudan through CSI’s underground slave liberation network, and returned to their homeland in South Sudan. The enslaved people were either abducted during Sudan’s Islamist regime’s genocide against South Sudan from 1983-2005, or born into slavery. Thanks to CSI’s donors, they are all free!

The Tablet: “The West’s Role in the Creation of Iraq’s Genocidal Jihadists.”

Dr. John Eibner, CEO, Christian Solidarity International (CSI-USA) August 8, 2014 Yet another pitiful sight from the Middle East: tens of thousands of desperate Iraqi Yazidis and 200,000 Christians fleeing their homes near Mosul and seeking refuge in the mountains of nearby Kurdistan. President Barack Obama has acknowledged that the world is witnessing “a potential… Read more »

CSI Sheds Light on Abuse of Coptic Christian Women In Egypt

WASHINGTON, July 22, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Christian Solidarity International Board Member Michele Clark testified on Capitol Hill today about the continued abuse of Coptic females in Egypt, a nation struggling to come together in the aftermath of this Spring’s Arab revolution. Video of the hearing, courtesy of C-SPAN: The U.S. Helsinki Commission, more formally known… Read more »

Syria, Iraq and Obama’s foreign policy fantasies

Dr. John Eibner Washington Times July 7, 2014 President Obama is asking Congress to approve $500 million to intensify support for “moderate” and “appropriately vetted” Syrian rebels in the context of a $1.5 billion Syrian regional stability initiative. The request comes within a week of the president’s startling acknowledgment that the notion of a U.S.-armed, moderate Syrian opposition overthrowing… Read more »