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Review written by Patriot Voices Executive Director Nadine Maenza
I.always recommend starting this book on the weekend, because you won’t be able to put it down. It is riveting.
“The president of the United States . . . is missing.”
These wristbands help us remember and pray for those who have been devastated by ISIS, mainly Christians, Yezidis and other religious minorities. We pray and support all those who are still captives of ISIS or struggling to survive throughout Iraq and Syria.
"ISIS’ intent was to bring about “conditions of life” intended to “destroy” the population—if not by killing them, then by making it impossible to remain in the region as Christians."
The Daily Signal
December 3, 2015
For more: Read the entire Op-Ed published in The Daily Signal
On November 12, the very day the U.S. joined the military coalition Operation Free Sinjar against ISIS, Iraq enacted a law that will further victimize religious minorities, who have already endured horrific atrocities as the victims of ISIS genocide.
The National Card law’s Article 26 states: “Children shall follow the religion of a parent converted to Islam.” This applies to children if their mother marries a Muslim man or if either parent converts to Islam.
Leaders representing the Assyrian, Yezidi, Mandean, Kakai, and Bahai religions suggested this logical addition: “Minors will keep their current religion until the completion of 18 years of age; then they have the right to choose their religion.” These religious leaders walked out of Parliament in protest after Article 26 was passed without their change, 137 to 51.
For more: Read the entire Op-Ed published in The National Review