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Indigenous Iraqi Christians have been killed or forced to flee since 2003.
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Indigenous Syrian Christians have been killed or forced to flee since 2011.
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Chaldeans, Syriacs, and Armenians were targeted by ISIS in Iraq.
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Iraqi/Syrian Christian families helped by the Iraqi Christian Foundation.
WHAT WE DO

OUR MISSION

The Iraqi Christian Foundation is an Eastern Christian charity (and 501(c)(3) U.S. tax-exempt org) founded by the Chaldean-Iraqi Christian community to serve persecuted Christians in the Middle East by providing aid to and advocating for persecuted Iraqi Christians, Syrian Christians, and other Middle East minorities.

With a team comprised of mainly indigenous Chaldeans and Syriac Christians of Iraq, the Iraqi Christian Foundation team utilizes the experiences of our Chaldean and Syriac families, culture, and history in Iraq as well as the persecution and survival of other Christians living in Iraq and Syria to bring a wealth of knowledge, skills, and passion in advocating for the rights of indigenous Middle East Christians.

Thank you to all of our sisters and brothers around the world for your support. God bless!

Justice for Iraqi Chaldean Christians

Iraqi Christian Genocide Project

In 2003, there were 1.5 million Christians in Iraq, predominantly Chaldean Christians who make-up 80% or 1.2 million of Iraqi Christians. Since the start of the Iraq War in 2003, Chaldean Christians, Syriac Christians, and other Christians of Iraq (collectively, “Iraqi Christians”) have faced a devastating genocide at the hands of ISIS, Al-Qaeda-in-Iraq, and other terrorists and extremist militias in Iraq. Now, there are 250,000 Christians remaining in Iraq. The Iraqi Christian Genocide Project works with legal professionals and experts in the field of human rights, evidence gathering, and genocide work to pursue holding both Al-Qaeda-in-Iraq and ISIS accountable for the 18-year genocide against Iraqi Christians.

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Return Displaced Iraqi/Syrian Christians Home

In 2014, ISIS forced out 137,500+ Chaldean and Syriac Christians from their homes, towns, and churches in Mosul and Nineveh Plains, Iraq. The Christian towns in Nineveh Plains (a mix of Chaldean Catholic and Syriac Christian towns) are destroyed, with churches/homes/cemeteries looted, burned, and ravaged by ISIS. This project aims to return the displaced Christians home and rebuild the ancient Chaldean Christian and Syriac Christian towns in Nineveh Plains, Iraq. This requires a lot of assistance, prayers, and perseverance.

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Return Iraqi Chaldean Christians to their homes
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Save Iraqi/Syrian Christian Refugees

Over 250,000+ persecuted indigenous Iraqi Christians and Syrian Christians are living as refugees in Lebanon, Turkey, and Jordan. The Iraqi Christian Foundation works to improve the dire situation of indigenous Iraqi Christian and Syrian Christian refugees by providing them with advocacy, humanitarian aid, legal counseling, and long-term solutions for the plight of persecuted Christians in the Middle East.

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