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CSI provides aid to victims of deadly South Sudan attacks

In the disputed border region between Sudan and South Sudan members of the Dinka ethnic group have come under attack from Arab Misseriya tribesmen twice in the past month. At least two children were killed and several women are missing. CSI is providing aid to the affected communities. South Sudan’s Aweil East County, close to… Read more »

Jailed Pakistani teen prays constantly for his release

Family of jailed Pakistani teenager

Nineteen-year-old Pakistani Christian Nabeel Masih was arrested four years ago on trumped up blasphemy charges. Since then he has spent day and night locked up in a tiny cell. CSI’s project partner visited the teenager in jail and found that his faith remains strong despite the appalling conditions in which he is being held. Nabeel… 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 »