Multi-Faith Leaders Unite to Decry the Desperate Plight of Civilians in Idlib, Syria 

The Syria Faith Initiative calls on world leaders to stop the bombing and bring aid to hundreds of thousands of homeless, hungry, and cold Syrian women and children  

 (CHICAGO, IL – 1/2/2020) As the new decade begins, a coalition of faith leaders is urgently calling on world government leaders to take emergency action in response to the catastrophic conditions facing homeless, hungry, and cold Syrian civilians throughout northern Syria – now further exacerbated by the influx of civilians fleeing the bombings of southern Idlib. Continue reading “Multi-Faith Leaders Unite to Decry the Desperate Plight of Civilians in Idlib, Syria “

Press Conference at Syrian Community Network

In response to the Trump administration’s recent lowering of the refugee resettlement quota from 45,000 to 30,000 for the upcoming Fiscal Year, The Syrian Community Network (SCN) held a press conference on Tuesday, October 9 to address the new presidential determination. U.S. Senator Dick Durbin and U.S. Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky spoke in support of SCN, along with Syria Faith Initiative, the Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, RefugeeOne, Heartland Alliance and other faith leaders, civic partners and advocates for refugees.

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