"I have been working nonstop since a week, soon forgot mourning for my father and begin mourning for my country. Herat fell and my home.
Last night I went to bed with heavy heart for Mazar and 2:00 am I wake up in desperate calls from Eastern cities calling what they should do and continue to receiving calls from kabul but the banks closed and we couldn’t do anything—closing the day, I was worried as I have many faces in front of me. I worked with little sleep the whole week but due to embassies denying visas for Afghans, I was not able to help out anyone.
UN and western world made a big deal out Malala Yusufzai but ignored the cry of thousands of Afghan women and girls that will be silenced forever.
Christ is King and I want to thank my brothers and sisters from all over the world, the global church, that have been praying and helping Afghans in many ways. Our mission to preach the gospel to all world including Taliban will continue until Jesus comes!"
This is from our friend who partners with us in Delhi, India for our Afghan Resource center:
Please pray with us how we can mobilize both prayer and finances to help these people! The numbers are only going to increase in the coming days and weeks!
The center we started is in Delhi, India - we teach computer classes, English, Bible, sewing, cooking classes, leather making products which are sold in Germany - we help newly arriving families find housing, help with food and general assistance. We are there for them! Our leader is Iranian who works and has been with us for 7 years. He was in prison in Iran before fleeing Iran.
The Rohingya people are described as the "world's most persecuted minority"'—the majority of whom are Muslim, who have lived for centuries in the majority Buddhist Myanmar, but since 1982 been denied citizenship. We work with them in their camps in Delhi, India.
An ethnic group native to the Kashmir Valley, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. They've been in the crossfire of the Kashmir conflict—a territorial conflict primarily between India and Pakistan, having started just after the partition of India in 1947.FIND OUT HOW TO HELP →
Afghans will not be free to leave India to a host nation for up to 62 years, yet refugees arrive with the hope that they will leave within one year.FIND OUT HOW TO HELP →
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