RescueChristians.org started off as a mission to rescue persecuted Christians in Pakistan. But as our support has grown, so has our mission. Back in December 2014 we expanded our reach to Syria by partnering up with Sister Hatune, and more recently we have expanded our mission to cover more countries including but not limited to: Syria, Pakistan, Somalia, Egypt, Iran and Yemen.
Keith Davies On August 17th, one thousand families fled as a result of a riot because of a false blasphemy charge against an eleven year-old girl named Rimsha Masih in Meharbadi, near Islamabad. Eight hundred of the families who fled have returned to their homes. However, we have 200 families who were not able to […]
The following is a letter we received from our contact in Pakistan. Please read the on-the-ground report about what is going on in places Americans rarely think about. We have posted below in its original form. Who will take Christians? Since the creation of Pakistan, minorities have been going through persecution. Christians, Hindus and Ahmedi’s […]
Two weeks ago we rescued one family from a blasphemy case and they now have been relocated within Pakistan, to a safe house. Today, we rescued a Christian family of seven who have been indentured in slavery for nearly twenty years. Twenty years ago the mother of the family had been diagnosed with cancer and […]
Friends Rescue Christians’ international partner World Vision In Progress (WVIP) has petitioned the Italian government concerning the plight of Pakistani Christians. We helped write the petition, which is now being sponsored by several Italian Members of Parliament. Based on our petition, we also know that the Vatican has indicated a possible interest to intervene and […]
This particular type of family situation is the focus of our help that we provide with your generous donations. This is reality in Pakistan. These are not isolated incidents, but are very common. If you are not supporting Rescue Christians (www.RescueChristians.org) yet and would like to help hide, feed and cloth the persecuted Christians of […]