Rescue Christians Saves nearly 2000 people in 2017

Rescue Christians Saves nearly 2000 people in 2017

To our Readers and financial supporters we would like to firstly thank you for your loyal support for the work we do to help save our brethren from persecution and slavery.

This year we saved nearly 2000 people, each month without fail we have released between one and two hundred slaves. Our leader of the slave program who organizes the videos has been sick so we have not been able to publish the videos of all these “victories” for several months but as soon as he is in better health we will publish the videos which proves a the work we have done in 2017. If you have never seen our work regarding the slaves from the brick kilns please watch our documentary here:

We also have done much work in Pakistan and some in Nigeria with individual cases in other countries. We are working on two major cases now concerning the blasphemy laws in Pakistan but cannot talk about these cases which are fluid as I write this message, but will publish the details once they brought to safety.

A case we have been working on for three year where we moved a Yemenite convert (to Christianity) to Sri Lanka and registered him as a refugee has been waiting to come to the USA since we rescued him in April 2014 from Yemen. His case has been verified and approved but the US government for nearly a year has delayed his travel to the USA and sadly the Trump administration because of the new immigration standards has delayed his ability to restart his life here in the USA even though his case has been thoroughly vetted. A few days before Christmas he was brutally attacked in Sri Lanka by thieves who knocked him unconscious and robbed him of his possessions. We are now helping him recover from this ordeal and we are now seeking that his case receive preferential treatment from the State Department.

We started work in Nigeria this year and completed two rescues of Christians who had been brutalized by Muslims in the North of the country. Our rescue leader on the ground had her house burnt to the ground a few weeks ago and we have sent resources so she can get new accommodation so she can continue her work to save Christians from the Muslims especially in the North of Nigeria where the danger is the greatest.

We are the only organization that specializes in freeing or helping Christians escape danger from persecution. Our people who work on the ground risk their lives each day so that they can save their brethren. Since we started our work in 2009 we have saved around 15,000 people and not one of these people could have been saved without the donations you have provided to be able to do this work. We also request your prayers for all our teams so they maybe safe in thier dangerous work.

Persecution and slavery is at record levels and growing. We greatly appreciate your support and hope you can continue to support our work. If you can help us and take advantage of the tax deduction in 2017 tax year please click here to donate

We wish you all a very blessed, happy, and prosperous new year.

Thank You

Keith Davies
Executive Director Rescue Christians

Christian Family of 6 Allah Ditta Saved from Servitude

RescueChristians.org, a division of Forum For Middle East Understanding, is a non-profit charity (501c3 EIN# 75 321 4184) formed to do what the other “Rescue Missions” will not do: Get our hands dirty and risk our lives actually going in and rescuing persecuted Christians.

For more information please visit our site at: http://RescueChristians.org
To donate: http://rescuechristians.org/donate/

Keywords associated with our project:
Rescue Christians,
Rescue Persecuted Christians,
Free the Christian Slaves,
Persecuted Christians,
Christian Persecution,
Redeem Christians from Slavery

More info:
Rescue Christians is a charity founded in 2006. The initial mission was two-fold: to educate the public concerning the threat of fundamentalist Islam and terrorism, and to expose government corruption concerning the infiltration of Islamists into our government. This work continues.

In 2009, after a case of false Blasphemy was referred to us from Pakistan we inquired with many organizations that touted themselves as helping the persecuted Christians. After extensive research we discovered to our disappointment that none of these organizations had any interest in actually saving people from their fate. We decided that despite our lack of expertise at that time, it was our duty as Christians and Jews under the command of the Lord to undertake our best efforts to try and save as many Christian (and Jews if necessary) people as possible both from slavery and persecution.

In 6 years we have saved or helped over 12,000 people. In the last three years we have saved over 10,000 slaves which includes providing them new jobs and new places to live, literally changing their lives from persecution and abject poverty to people with a living wage and children who can now go to school.

We have done this with a tiny budget compared to other charities. Our tiny charity has helped more slaves in three years than the combined efforts of other “slave freeing” charities have done in the last 15 years.

The slave problem is huge with about 30 million slaves worldwide of which over three million are Christians. We believe if we can raise the resources we can save most of the Christian slaves and inspire other non-Christian organizations to save their own brethren. We have already inspired the Hindu community to do the same as us in Pakistan.

We employ brave people who risk their own lives to save their brethren and with the financial resources our readers and supporters provide that allows us to do this holy work. On many occasions we have serious security issues to deal with but thanks to G-d all our staff so far have avoided death or serious injury.

Our primary focus is to rescue people, get them out of danger or slavery and to safety. We avoid getting involved in food programs and social services. This is not because we dislike these programs it is because they cost so much money and because of our limited resources we cannot afford to help hundreds of thousands of people a month providing food and shelter. If we move large amounts of people to safety we partner with other larger organizations that can provide these services.

Ideally we like our rescued victims especially in the slave program to be able to get employment and be self-sustaining once they are released. Our charity retains its own private employment agency so once we release the slaves we can get them employed immediately. However in some cases we will provide on a short-term basis individual families food and shelter until permanent status has been achieved, this is usually the case when we deal with individual cases of extreme persecution.

Even if you are not wealthy you can help. For $87 you can save one slave and pay this over 12 months that is only $7.25 a month. To save one family costs about $500 that is only $40 per month. To save 10 families a year is about $5000, which is $400 a month.
We accept Credit Cards, Paypal, Checks or Wire.

To donate: http://rescuechristians.org/donate/

Rescue Mission Siraj: Family of 6 Redeemed from Slavery

RescueChristians.org, a division of Forum For Middle East Understanding, is a non-profit charity (501c3 EIN# 75 321 4184) formed to do what the other “Rescue Missions” will not do: Get our hands dirty and risk our lives actually going in and rescuing persecuted Christians.

For more information please visit our site at: http://RescueChristians.org
To donate: http://rescuechristians.org/donate/

Keywords associated with our project:
Rescue Christians,
Rescue Persecuted Christians,
Free the Christian Slaves,
Persecuted Christians,
Christian Persecution,
Redeem Christians from Slavery

More info:
Rescue Christians is a charity founded in 2006. The initial mission was two-fold: to educate the public concerning the threat of fundamentalist Islam and terrorism, and to expose government corruption concerning the infiltration of Islamists into our government. This work continues.

In 2009, after a case of false Blasphemy was referred to us from Pakistan we inquired with many organizations that touted themselves as helping the persecuted Christians. After extensive research we discovered to our disappointment that none of these organizations had any interest in actually saving people from their fate. We decided that despite our lack of expertise at that time, it was our duty as Christians and Jews under the command of the Lord to undertake our best efforts to try and save as many Christian (and Jews if necessary) people as possible both from slavery and persecution.

In 6 years we have saved or helped over 12,000 people. In the last three years we have saved over 10,000 slaves which includes providing them new jobs and new places to live, literally changing their lives from persecution and abject poverty to people with a living wage and children who can now go to school.

We have done this with a tiny budget compared to other charities. Our tiny charity has helped more slaves in three years than the combined efforts of other “slave freeing” charities have done in the last 15 years.

The slave problem is huge with about 30 million slaves worldwide of which over three million are Christians. We believe if we can raise the resources we can save most of the Christian slaves and inspire other non-Christian organizations to save their own brethren. We have already inspired the Hindu community to do the same as us in Pakistan.

We employ brave people who risk their own lives to save their brethren and with the financial resources our readers and supporters provide that allows us to do this holy work. On many occasions we have serious security issues to deal with but thanks to G-d all our staff so far have avoided death or serious injury.

Our primary focus is to rescue people, get them out of danger or slavery and to safety. We avoid getting involved in food programs and social services. This is not because we dislike these programs it is because they cost so much money and because of our limited resources we cannot afford to help hundreds of thousands of people a month providing food and shelter. If we move large amounts of people to safety we partner with other larger organizations that can provide these services.

Ideally we like our rescued victims especially in the slave program to be able to get employment and be self-sustaining once they are released. Our charity retains its own private employment agency so once we release the slaves we can get them employed immediately. However in some cases we will provide on a short-term basis individual families food and shelter until permanent status has been achieved, this is usually the case when we deal with individual cases of extreme persecution.

Even if you are not wealthy you can help. For $87 you can save one slave and pay this over 12 months that is only $7.25 a month. To save one family costs about $500 that is only $40 per month. To save 10 families a year is about $5000, which is $400 a month.
We accept Credit Cards, Paypal, Checks or Wire.

To donate: http://rescuechristians.org/donate/

Shoukat and Christian Family Set Free from Slavery

RescueChristians.org, a division of Forum For Middle East Understanding, is a non-profit charity (501c3 EIN# 75 321 4184) formed to do what the other “Rescue Missions” will not do: Get our hands dirty and risk our lives actually going in and rescuing persecuted Christians.

For more information please visit our site at: http://RescueChristians.org
To donate: http://rescuechristians.org/donate/

Keywords associated with our project:
Rescue Christians,
Rescue Persecuted Christians,
Free the Christian Slaves,
Persecuted Christians,
Christian Persecution,
Redeem Christians from Slavery

More info:
Rescue Christians is a charity founded in 2006. The initial mission was two-fold: to educate the public concerning the threat of fundamentalist Islam and terrorism, and to expose government corruption concerning the infiltration of Islamists into our government. This work continues.

In 2009, after a case of false Blasphemy was referred to us from Pakistan we inquired with many organizations that touted themselves as helping the persecuted Christians. After extensive research we discovered to our disappointment that none of these organizations had any interest in actually saving people from their fate. We decided that despite our lack of expertise at that time, it was our duty as Christians and Jews under the command of the Lord to undertake our best efforts to try and save as many Christian (and Jews if necessary) people as possible both from slavery and persecution.

In 6 years we have saved or helped over 12,000 people. In the last three years we have saved over 10,000 slaves which includes providing them new jobs and new places to live, literally changing their lives from persecution and abject poverty to people with a living wage and children who can now go to school.

We have done this with a tiny budget compared to other charities. Our tiny charity has helped more slaves in three years than the combined efforts of other “slave freeing” charities have done in the last 15 years.

The slave problem is huge with about 30 million slaves worldwide of which over three million are Christians. We believe if we can raise the resources we can save most of the Christian slaves and inspire other non-Christian organizations to save their own brethren. We have already inspired the Hindu community to do the same as us in Pakistan.

We employ brave people who risk their own lives to save their brethren and with the financial resources our readers and supporters provide that allows us to do this holy work. On many occasions we have serious security issues to deal with but thanks to G-d all our staff so far have avoided death or serious injury.

Our primary focus is to rescue people, get them out of danger or slavery and to safety. We avoid getting involved in food programs and social services. This is not because we dislike these programs it is because they cost so much money and because of our limited resources we cannot afford to help hundreds of thousands of people a month providing food and shelter. If we move large amounts of people to safety we partner with other larger organizations that can provide these services.

Ideally we like our rescued victims especially in the slave program to be able to get employment and be self-sustaining once they are released. Our charity retains its own private employment agency so once we release the slaves we can get them employed immediately. However in some cases we will provide on a short-term basis individual families food and shelter until permanent status has been achieved, this is usually the case when we deal with individual cases of extreme persecution.

Even if you are not wealthy you can help. For $87 you can save one slave and pay this over 12 months that is only $7.25 a month. To save one family costs about $500 that is only $40 per month. To save 10 families a year is about $5000, which is $400 a month.
We accept Credit Cards, Paypal, Checks or Wire.

To donate: http://rescuechristians.org/donate/

Redeemed Christian Shazhed, Family of 4

RescueChristians.org, a division of Forum For Middle East Understanding, is a non-profit charity (501c3 EIN# 75 321 4184) formed to do what the other “Rescue Missions” will not do: Get our hands dirty and risk our lives actually going in and rescuing persecuted Christians.

For more information please visit our site at: http://RescueChristians.org
To donate: http://rescuechristians.org/donate/

Keywords associated with our project:
Rescue Christians,
Rescue Persecuted Christians,
Free the Christian Slaves,
Persecuted Christians,
Christian Persecution,
Redeem Christians from Slavery

More info:
Rescue Christians is a charity founded in 2006. The initial mission was two-fold: to educate the public concerning the threat of fundamentalist Islam and terrorism, and to expose government corruption concerning the infiltration of Islamists into our government. This work continues.

In 2009, after a case of false Blasphemy was referred to us from Pakistan we inquired with many organizations that touted themselves as helping the persecuted Christians. After extensive research we discovered to our disappointment that none of these organizations had any interest in actually saving people from their fate. We decided that despite our lack of expertise at that time, it was our duty as Christians and Jews under the command of the Lord to undertake our best efforts to try and save as many Christian (and Jews if necessary) people as possible both from slavery and persecution.

In 6 years we have saved or helped over 12,000 people. In the last three years we have saved over 10,000 slaves which includes providing them new jobs and new places to live, literally changing their lives from persecution and abject poverty to people with a living wage and children who can now go to school.

We have done this with a tiny budget compared to other charities. Our tiny charity has helped more slaves in three years than the combined efforts of other “slave freeing” charities have done in the last 15 years.

The slave problem is huge with about 30 million slaves worldwide of which over three million are Christians. We believe if we can raise the resources we can save most of the Christian slaves and inspire other non-Christian organizations to save their own brethren. We have already inspired the Hindu community to do the same as us in Pakistan.

We employ brave people who risk their own lives to save their brethren and with the financial resources our readers and supporters provide that allows us to do this holy work. On many occasions we have serious security issues to deal with but thanks to G-d all our staff so far have avoided death or serious injury.

Our primary focus is to rescue people, get them out of danger or slavery and to safety. We avoid getting involved in food programs and social services. This is not because we dislike these programs it is because they cost so much money and because of our limited resources we cannot afford to help hundreds of thousands of people a month providing food and shelter. If we move large amounts of people to safety we partner with other larger organizations that can provide these services.

Ideally we like our rescued victims especially in the slave program to be able to get employment and be self-sustaining once they are released. Our charity retains its own private employment agency so once we release the slaves we can get them employed immediately. However in some cases we will provide on a short-term basis individual families food and shelter until permanent status has been achieved, this is usually the case when we deal with individual cases of extreme persecution.

Even if you are not wealthy you can help. For $87 you can save one slave and pay this over 12 months that is only $7.25 a month. To save one family costs about $500 that is only $40 per month. To save 10 families a year is about $5000, which is $400 a month.
We accept Credit Cards, Paypal, Checks or Wire.

To donate: http://rescuechristians.org/donate/