Wednesday, April 30, 2014


The Barnabas Fund
April 30, 2014

“People here are in a miserable and unbearable situation. For seven days there has been no electricity, total darkness. Very little water. No fuel. Just a tiny road has been opened to move in some food. Most people are hopeless, helpless. Thanks for your kind prayers.”

A Barnabas partner wrote these words on 22 April from Aleppo, where our brothers and sisters are suffering greatly as their city is besieged for a second time. The main route in and out of the city has been partially blocked off, restricting the flow of essential supplies. When parts of Aleppo that are home to 400,000 Christians were besieged for months last year, supplies ran so short that children became malnourished.

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