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Help Victims of Ethnic and Religious Persecution in Iraq

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The Arabic letter nun — symbolizing the word Christian that has been used as symbol of solidarity world-wide during this crisis.

The Arabic letter nun — symbolizing the word Christian that has been used as symbol of solidarity world-wide during this crisis.

Your State Board of Missions is receiving funds to help victims of ethnic and religious persecution in Iraq. All money received will be used to support Southern Baptist ministry efforts to people in the affected areas as well as disaster relief teams that may be deployed.

Donations by check should made payable to: State Board of Missions, Attn: Accounting Services, P.O. Box 11870, Montgomery, AL 36111-0870, For: “Persecuted People in Iraq.”

You can also donate using your credit or debit card at http://sbdr.org/iraq

Source: SBDR.org
Help Victims of Ethnic and Religious Persecution in Iraq

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