Alex Wire
9/4/14 at 10:35 AM 0 Comments

Dallas Area Christians to Rally in Support of Persecuted in Iraq

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NEWS RELEASE

Christians in North Texas will gather on Sunday September 14th at Dallas City Hall Plaza; at 4:30 pm, for a rally to show their support for humanitarian relief for persecuted Christians in Iraq and other Muslim nations.

WHEN: September 14, 2014 at 4:30pm.

WHERE: In front of Dallas City Hall 1500 Marilla Street Dallas, TX.

The deliberate targeting and persecution of Christians by ISIL in Iraq, as well as the blatant attacks on Christian communities throughout the Middle East has caused great concern and offense within the Christian communities of Dallas, Fort Worth and surrounding counties.

(Photo: Reuters)
A member of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant waves an ISIS flag.

In Iraq, many Christians are fleeing their homes and cities to escape the brutal jihad against Christians at the hands of ISIL. Many are now refugees in need of humanitarian aid.

As confirmed by the Center for the Study of Global Christianity and the Vatican, 100,000 Christians are murdered every year because of their faith. Open Doors Ministry has stated that 9 out of 10 countries cited for the worst atrocities against Christians are Muslim.

Iraqi born Pastor Jalil Dawood of the Arabic Church of Dallas and Pastor Stephen Broden of the Fair Park Bible Fellowship will be featured speakers at the rally. In addition, other notable speakers and pastors will be present.

MEDIA: A press conference will take place, Wednesday September 10, 2014 at 10:00 am, at Fair Park Bible Fellowship 1321 Rowan Ave. Dallas, Texas 75115. The media is invited to attend and receive additional information about the concerns of the Christian community on this important issue. For more information:

Contact: Pastor Stephen E. Broden 214-394-0098

Facebook: DFW Rally of Support for Persecuted Christians https://www.facebook.com/DFWrallyforpersecutedChristians

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