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Nigerian pastor captured by terrorists freed after eight months

A Nigerian pastor kidnapped by the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) militant group,Polycarp Zongo, has regained his freedom after almost eight months in captivity, members ofhis church have announced. ISWAP, which terrorizes northeastern Nigeria, is notorious for abducting and killing Christiansand members of the Christian clergy. Rev Zongo, a pastor with Church of Christ in Nations… Read more »

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 »

Christian Solidarity International Warns of Genocide of Armenian Christians in Azerbaijan

Armenia protest in Zurich

The president of Christian Solidarity International says there is a genocide of Armenian Christians in Shushi, Nagorno Karabakh in Azerbaijan. According to a press release from Christian Solidarity International, Islamic groups in Azerbaijan have forced some 100,000 people to flee the area. “Nagorno Karabakh lies at the center of a long-running geopolitical conflict, what Kipling… Read more »

Abducted and forcibly married at age 13

Arzoo, a 13-year-old Christian girl, was abducted and forcibly married by a Muslim man over 30 years her senior. Thankfully, following a court ruling, she is now safe in a government-run shelter for women. CSI’s partner in Pakistan is engaged in a legal battle to protect the rights of underage girls like Arzoo and ensure… 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 »

Famine in South Sudan

Famine in South Sudan

Severe famine. Ongoing civil conflict. Unexpected locust infestation. A global pandemic. These tragedies have left South Sudan in a desperate situation. Mothers helplessly watching their babies….their children starve….but CSI is on the ground…in position to intervene! CSI is a small organization.  However, thanks to our low overhead and long-standing partnerships in South Sudan, we make… Read more »

Nepal: after the corona lockdown new hope for the future

The coronavirus lockdown in Nepal has left a legacy of suffering. Without work and facing starvation, over 1,000 people have taken their own lives in the past three months. CSI is providing hope for the future by helping some of those who have lost their livelihoods to set up in business. Bhakta Bahadur Chepang lives… Read more »