An estimated 300 Christian families in western Syria face persecution, violence and danger, even death, as their villages continue to be controlled by jihadist groups.
Aid to the Church in Need interviews Maronite Archbishop Paul Abdel Sater of Beirut.
Seyed Mohammad Mahdi was forced to leave his home and is now living as a refugee in Spain.
Renewed hostilities, which have claimed over 300 lives, involve religious site.
Altogether, Aid to the Church in Need is helping more than 5,800 families. At the center, the Daughters of Charity have undertaken to distribute this aid to 350 families.
Eight historic houses of worship grace a new series from country's postal service.
The Chaldean Catholic prelate saved thousands of historic documents during the Islamic State's attack on Mosul in 2014.
Aid to the Church in Need's Reinhard Backes talks about his fact-finding mission in Lebanon, the last country in the Middle East with a substantial presence of Christians.
Mustafa Al-Kazemi calls Christians "the original children of the country" and pledges assistance.
The number of Moroccan Christians is an estimated 8,000, though some sources put that number as high as 25,000.