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$10,000 for Persecuted Iraqis on its Way

13 August 2014

The overwhelming generosity of people all over Australia, Singapore and even South Africa to the Archbishop of Sydney's Anglican Aid Appeal for Christians and minority groups being killed and persecuted by Islamic State in Iraq has seen an initial $10,000  sent today to the  Office of the Primate  of the Province of Egypt, North Africa and the Horn of Africa

Bishop Mouneer Anis is the Primate and has studied in Sydney at Moore College. Anglican Aid has had a long standing relationship with the Province, supporting projects for Sudanese and Syrian refugees in Egypt and the Alexandria School of Theology. The Province includes the Diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf which takes in Iraq.

Money sent by Anglican Aid will provide urgent assistance to people and will be distributed through local Christian partners known and trusted by the Diocese. 

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