Trump Designates $55 Million to Help Christians, Religious Minorities Rebuild in Iraq

Sunday, January 14, 2018

(Worthy News) - In the wake of Vice President Mike Pence's announcement last October that the United States government would provide direct aid to persecuted Iraqi Christians struggling to rebuild following the liberation of the Nineveh Plains, the Trump administration has taken concrete steps to follow through on its promises.

Trump's administration announced that it has renegotiated an agreement with the U.N. to ensure that vulnerable Christians, Yazidis and other religious minorities victimized by the Islamic State in Iraq will get the U.N. assistance they were previously denied.

The administration has also announced that it's accepting proposals by private organizations on the ground in Iraq to receive direct assistance from the U.S. government to rebuild the ancestral homelands of Christians and other minorities destroyed by the jihadi death cult. [ Source: Christian Post (Read More...) ]

7 thoughts on “Trump Designates $55 Million to Help Christians, Religious Minorities Rebuild in Iraq

    • We could pick apart the faults of anyone and everyone. I prefer not to do it after they do something great for God's people. This is wonderful news, it's too bad people want to tarnish it by bringing up petty things.

  1. No matter how noble the cause, all foreign aid is illegal. True charity is voluntary by individuals, Churches, and other organizations. Use of taxpayer money to 'help' others is socialism.

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