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07/17/2023 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – In their war-torn Middle Eastern country, Muhammad and Afra dedicated their lives to a perilous mission of providing aid to Christians and churches amid the chaos. As converts from Islam, they knew the risks involved, but felt overwhelmingly compelled to help their brothers and sisters who were suffering at the hands of radical Islamists.

Last year, amid the ongoing turmoil, they received joyous news: they were expecting a baby. However, this blessing also brought forth new challenges, as the financial pressure they faced increased. Their current occupation of supplying Christians with Bibles and aid didn’t bring in a lot of money. The couple found themselves wondering how they would continue their ministry while raising their child.

In their time of uncertainty, Muhammad and Afra were granted a lifeline. ICC provided them with a small grocery business that would not only sustain their family but also enable them to continue their vital work.

Thanks to the collective efforts of compassionate ICC donors, Muhammad and Afra’s story became a testament to the power of solidarity and long-term support. Your support ensured that Muhammad, Afra, and their unborn child could continue their mission of light and love in their country.

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