“I witnessed an indescribable cruelty”
Sister Hatune spent Christmas and New Year 2014 together with refugees in Iraq.
“I witnessed an indescribable cruelty”, she said in an interview after being safe at home.
Already on a new trip
Already the 9: th of February Sister Hatune went back to the Middle East on a new relief tour. She can’t stay away. It is her call to help; it is her destiny to be with and support the most vulnerable and to comfort and relieve them in their pain and suffering.
Our Sister is not the one who bows her neck in fear of the violence that confronts her wherever she goes to meet the victims of the uncontrolled terror that goes on in an area where everybody seems to fight against each other and where Islamic State has taken the lead in cruelty and carnage!
Wherever she sees people who need her, she stops and helps. And if it is not on her way, she simply changes the path!
The people need us!
”People here need us. They have nothing. God made me His instrument to help them whoever they are, whatever they need, with whatever I can”, she said to me a couple of days ago with her clear and determined voice, while she was planning for the current aid-trip to the Middle East’s most dangerous places.
“I am called”, she said, “to help Christians, Yezidies, Turkmens and others to survive and then search for a future in their own homelands where they themselves feel they belong.”
She believes that this way of thinking is far more clever than believing that all these people, raised and grown in the Middle East, will get a better future in Europe or somewhere else in the West.
Why your help is needed
At Christmas Sister Hatune herself delivered packages with essential goods to the needy in the tormented area. Woolen carpets and complete sets of winter clothes, bags stuffed with food and medicine for the winter.
Your support is necessary if we shall succeed with our efforts to help these people survive, not only the persecutions performed by man, but also the rough and cold winter.
Please contribute to the cause of helping us save these poor people! Every dollar is needed and every donation goes directly to feed a hungry mouth or to comfort a suffering soul!
We wish you all the best and God bless you.
Hans Erling Jensen, Sister Hatune Dogan & the rest of the crew!
We are just now working on a report from Hatune’s Christmas journey and we will advise you when ready and available on our new international website – which you see is also under construction! The site is already working, but we still need to load up some more of all the interesting stuff we have about things going on under the Foundation’s umbrella.
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