MFA Thanks You for Your Support in 2015

Thank you. Dear Friend, The New Year will mark five years since the war began in Syria. With its unceasing escalation last year, hundreds of thousands more refugees fled to the relative safety of neighboring countries and Europe. Too many did not survive the journey. For those who did, there were new dangers: starvation, hypothermia, medical issues arising from trauma and unsafe living conditions. And then, like a beacon in the gloom, you were there. A baby snuggled into a blanket from you. Young children and their mother started the day with a warm breakfast from you. A team of doctors organized by you gave a prosthetic arm to a toddler. A dad who had all but given up hope of protecting

They terrorized my daughters and killed my baby. That's why we're Syrian refugees.

"My biggest dream is for my daughters to have a good education and good careers, and for us to be part of this society: to learn the language, to do something productive, to integrate. The same thing that saw me through my journey is what guides all mothers - a future for their children. I understand that there is a necessary process for Syrian families to come here, but please don't close the door." --Syian refugee, Linda J. Read the article here.

Multifaith Alliance Launches Emergency Winter Relief Campaign to Protect Syrian Children

The Multifaith Alliance for Syrian Refugees, in partnership with the Rahma Relief Foundation, has launched the Warm the Children Campaign to help Syrian children survive winter’s freezing temperatures. The Syrian conflict has created the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II. There are 2.2 million Syrian children who are now refugees and another 5.6 million children in need within Syria. Many are without adequate clothing or protection from the bitter cold, and are at risk of hypothermia and pneumonia. Your $30 donation to the Warm the Children Campaign will provide a child with a winter kit consisting of a blanket, jacket, hat, and gloves. Please go to our website (www.multifaithalli

MFA Religious Leaders Speak Out for Refugees

December 8, 2015 As the U.S. Senate prepares to debate proposals to block resettlement of Syrian refugees, the Religious Leadership Circle of the Multifaith Alliance for Syrian Refugees issued a statement in response to the continuing anti-refugee rhetoric being touted by many state and federal officials. Statement on Dignity of Syrian Refugees As the Religious Leadership Circle of the Multifaith Alliance for Syrian Refugees, which is a project of the Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding, we reject proposed bans on resettling Syrian refugees in the United States, and express our deep concern that prejudice and fear-mongering are poisoning a legitimate debate over national securi

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