Christian Solidarity International

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Christian Solidarity International (CSI) "is a Christian human rights organization for religious liberty helping victims of religious repression, victimized children and victims of disaster." "CSI was founded in 1977 in Switzerland by Rev. Hans Stückelberger, following peaceful demonstrations in support of persecuted Christians." [1]

The British branch of Christian Solidarity International broke off from the main organization and is now called Christian Solidarity Worldwide.

Contact

Web: http://www.csi-int.org

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References

  1. Who's Involved, Save Iraqi Christians, accessed August 10, 2008.