We’ve been following he story of Noeh, a teenager from a Christian family in Iraq for a few years. Well, after four years, Noeh has finally moved back home!
Haithem and Almas (Noeh’s parents) have moved back to their original house in Karamles, a largely Christian village on the Ninevah Plains in Iraq. Back in August 2014 they fled as soldiers from the so-called Islamic State (IS) took over their town. Two years later, by the end of 2016, IS was driven out of Karamles. But as the militants left, they burnt and destroyed many properties, including Noeh’s home.
The family moved back to Karamles not long after, staying with relatives as they repaired their own home. Open Doors was able to provide support to help with the rebuilding of the community, and now, just last month, Noeh and his family moved back home! Amazing news.
We support people who are beaten, tortured,
imprisoned, falsely accused, and hated simply for following Jesus.