USCIRF has issued several press statements calling on the State Department to prioritize refugee resettlement of Afghan religious minorities and condemning attacks on religious minorities.
American Leaders Assert Commitment to Safety of Afghan People Without Recognition of Taliban Rule
Religious Minorities Remain Vulnerable to Taliban’s Brutal Rule
Senator Portman Introduces Legislation to Address Taliban Takeover
“We could have a bipartisan vote to fund the government today, if not for the odd tactics of the Senate Democratic Leader.”
Afghan Christians Fear Their Community Will Be Treated Like Criminals
Afghan Christians Fear Violence Due to Taliban’s Interpretation of Sharia Law
Turkey Backs Taliban at UN While Promoting Religious Genocide
Mystic Monk Coffee WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) delivered the following remarks today on the Senate floor … More
Even before they agree to arms transfers, U.S. officials are supposed to consider whether their foreign partners can guarantee that the weapons won’t fall into enemy hands.
I would be the first to return to them. In these times of distress, we would be there for them in the refugee camps that have been set up in neighboring countries.
Iraq is a priority country for Aid to the Church in Need, which provides help such as emergency aid, repairs of Church buildings, medical assistance during the pandemic and student scholarships.
Afghan Christians Face an Increasingly Complex and Dangerous Situation
Afghan Minorities Struggle in the Wake of Looming Humanitarian Disaster
Afghan Minorities Concerned by Apparent Political Victory by Group’s Hardliners
The first time they were able to attend Mass, they were so overcome that they could only cry.
UN Member States Pledge Over $1 Billion in Humanitarian Aid
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) delivered the following remarks today on the Senate floor regarding Afghanistan: “Providing … More
The United States withdrew all personnel from Afghanistan last month sparking chaos and panic among thousands of Afghan nationals.
‘[T]his failure was entirely avoidable. The consequences were foreseeable. And the stain of our retreat has left America more endangered, less credible, and with fewer capabilities in the face of real and growing terrorist threats.’
Afghan Christians Likely to Face Increased Persecution
“The people who gave them safe haven now rule Afghanistan.”
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“Twenty years later, terrorists still wish us harm. Determination and vigilance are still our duty.”