Due to the tragic events that followed the occupation of the Nineveh plain, the inhabitants of all the Christian villages are now refugees in Ankawa and Dhok. At least a hundred thousand people are homeless and in dire need of help for basic needs such as water, food and shelter (read full post for latest photos from Ankawa.com). We renew our plea to you, our supporters, to help in this on-going humanitarian crisis.
Please give generously by donating online using the form below, or by cheque made payable to ICIN.
Thank you for your generosity.
< Abouna.org 21 August 2014>: Amman welcomes a number of Iraqi Christian families that fled the north of Iraq. Click here for photos and article in Arabic. Main photo: ICIN's trustee Dr Suha Rassam with the families.
Sincere thanks to all of you who responded and are still responding to our Mosul appeal. The events since last June have been truly tragic and we pray that the international community is inspired to act for the protection and support of Christian and other minorities in the area.
ICIN's talent show is here again.
Do you have a talent in singing, dancing, playing an instrument, drawing, telling jokes, doing magic, doing a gig...etc? Are you prepared to perform for 5 minutes in front of your family and friends? Please don't keep your talent to yourself, come and entertain us. Every talent is welcome.
Part of Iraq Christian heritage: some churches and monasteries in Mosul and the surrounding area, most of which are currently occupied by ISIS.