Christians in the Middle East are facing the harshest persecution in history.
More than 100,000 from Syria and Iraq are refugees who fleed the terrorist ISIS army, while survivors tell horrifying stories of beheading, rape, and forced conversion.
As the Western world fails to take action against ISIS, many feel abandoned and alone. But the Iraqi Christian Relief Council is helping call the church to action through a short film it’s making available on their website.
“Sing a Little Louder” is based on the true story of an old man who remembers the horrors of the Holocaust and the passivity of his family and his church in the face of evil.
Juliana Taimoorazy, founder and president of ICRC, spoke about the film and its impact.
“We want to wake the Christian world up,” she said. “As we stand here and we say ‘never again’ in terms of the Holocaust, there’s a real genocide that is under way against the Christians in the Middle East.”
“Through this movie we hope that we remind people as they do not want another holocaust on their hands, we let them know there is one underway.”
SOURCE: CBN News
Watch her recent interview with CBN News’s Charlene Aaron and a brief clip of the movie, “Sing a Little Louder.”
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