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Project HOPE has worked in the Middle East since 1975 when we were invited by Egyptian President Anwar Sadaat’s wife, Mrs. Gihan El Sadaat, to assist with medical expertise for the Al Wafaa Wal Ama comprehensive rehabilitation center.
A SIGN OF HOPE IN THE MIDDLE EAST. According to the newly released Religious Freedom in the World Report by Aid to the Church in Need, religious freedom conditions improved in Iraq and Syria and this is hoped to reverse the exodus of Christians from the region as they are returning and seeking to rebuild their lives again.
Optimists see hopeful signs that the Middle East may be exiting from a dark tunnel of violence, civil war, sectarian strife, and debilitating regional rivalries.
VOICE OF HOPE – MIDDLE EAST. The VOICE OF HOPE Arabic broadcasts are reaching Muslims with the Gospel for the first time. Broadcasting in Arabic and English from the shore of the Sea of Galilee, over 40 million people are under its powerful broadcast signal every day reaching Israel, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, and Cyprus.
The current flood of refugees into Europe, and Germany’s own commitment to receive an unprecedented 800,000 of them, again reminds us of the hopelessness in the Middle East and the enormous humanitarian and spiritual needs of the region. But there are real signs of HOPE in this seemingly Hopeless situation.
Hope for the Middle East SAT 7 Despite everything you're hearing about turmoil and violence in the Arab world, there is hope for the millions of people there who are either Christians or are ...
1. Pray daily for the Middle East (reading and watching the news is a good reminder). Pray the gospel message continues to advance in the chaos. 2. Consider partnering financially with a pastor, missionary, or ministry in the Middle East.
One of the biggest news stories that could reshape Middle East Politics and change the future trajectory of U.S. involvement in the region…. by an overwhelming majority – more than 92% of voters have opted for independence in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.