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Christians in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains face hunger and persecution

The Nuba Christians in the state of South Kordofan in the south of Sudan are under attack from the Islamist-dominatedgovernment in Khartoum. They also have to contend with food shortages caused by flooding. CSI project manager Franco Majok visited the area in February and spoke with members of the community. Mary Albasha Koko has experienced… Read more »

Christian Widow and Muslim colleague face blasphemy charge

Pakistan blasphemy

A Christian cleaner, Mussarat Bibi, is in custody in Pakistan along with her Muslim colleague, Muhammad Sarmad, after being accused of deliberately setting fire to pages of the Koran. Bibi and Sarmad, workers at a girls’ school in Arifwala, Punjab, are unable to read and write. Bibi is widowed and has three daughters. Her job… Read more »

CSI calls for humanitarian airlift for Christian region under siege

Building Nagorno-Karabakh

Today, John Eibner, the president of Christian Solidarity International, and the Baroness Cox of Queensbury, a member of the UK’s House of Lords, wrote a letter to President Joe Biden, urging him to seek a resolution at the United Nations Security Council to end Azerbaijan’s blockade of Nagorno-Karabakh, a region home to 120,000 Armenian Christians. If Azerbaijan… Read more »

Urgent genocide warning issued by human rights organizations

Armenian Church

Today, a group of human rights organizations issued a collective Genocide Warning for the indigenous Armenian population of Nagorno Karabakh (also known as Artsakh). “All 14 risk factors for atrocity crimes identified by the UN Secretary-General’s Office on Genocide Prevention are now present,” the groups wrote. John Eibner, the president of Christian Solidarity International (CSI), commented on… Read more »

Christians in Nigeria continue to be massacred despite pleas to the Biden Administration and United Nations

Attack in Nigeria

For months, Christian Solidarity International has been urging the United Nations to fulfill its mandate to prevent genocide in Nigeria. In the past month, another 150 Christians have been killed in separate attacks across the Benue State, according to youth leader Daniel Adakole.  Adakole says the “piecemeal” attacks occurring on an almost daily basis have displaced… Read more »