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NoehMany Christians in the Middle East are finding new hope, thanks to the Hope for the Middle East Campaign. God is working through your prayers and support.
 
Much has happened since the Hope for the Middle East Petition, signed by 8,000 Christians, was presented to the United Nations U.S.A. and U.K. governments in December 2017  
       
Twelve-year-old Noeh had to flee his home in Karamles, Iraq, in 2014 in order to escape the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS). By 2016, when it was liberated from the extremists, his home among others was a shell, burnt out and left a ruin.
 
In December last year, Noeh and his father travelled with Open Doors to New York to present the Hope for the Middle East petition to high-level UN officials. This year he and his family will be able to celebrate Christmas in their original home that has been reconstructed!  (You can follow this story in the Open Doors Magazine in the church entrance or on www. opendoorsuk.org)
 
Open Doors is committed to supporting the most vulnerable, those who have been left behind in Syria. The courageous Pastors who serve them have not given up. Please pray for them.
 
The light of the church, bringing God's Hope to their communities must not be extinguished.
 
Gill Hart 



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