They Say We Are Infidels: On the run from ISIS with persecuted Christians in the Middle East
May 3, 2016 12:00 ET

Sweeping across the Middle East, fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) are savagely brutalizing and annihilating Christians. Where did the terrorists come from? Why are they targeting the faithful? And what can be done to stop them?

For the past decade, journalist Mindy Belz has returned again and again to the Middle East, following Iraqi Christians fleeing from rape, murder, kidnapping, and suicide bombing. Belz brings the stark reality of this escalating genocide to light, sharing the stories of real-life Christians who refuse to abandon their faith -- together with the hope that still lives, even in the face of terror.

Join FRC and Mindy Belz and discover where ISIS came from, how "slow genocide" has been secretly infiltrating the region for over a decade, and what Christians in the West are doing to help.

As the editor of World magazine and writer for the publication since 1986, Mindy Belz has covered war in the Balkans, Sudan, Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan and has given on-the-ground news coverage from Nigeria, Egypt, Turkey, and elsewhere. Her reporting has been published in the United States and overseas and been featured in publications such as The Weekly Standard. Mindy has appeared on national television and radio talk shows and speaks frequently about persecution and survival in the Middle East. Belz and her husband have four children and live in Asheville, NC.

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