"Out of the desert, from the dry places and the dreadful suns, come the cruel children of the lonely God; the real Unitarians who with scimitar in hand have laid waste the world." G. K. Chesterton.
"Let us do good to all men, but especially to those who are of the household of the Faith." Letter of St. Paul to the Galatians, Ch.6v.10
Welcome to nasarean.org, under the Patronage of Our Lady of Saidnaya, St. Sharbel Makhluf, St. Louis of France and G. K. Chesterton.
Throughout the world, but especially in the Middle East, our Christian brothers and sisters are facing persecution, ethnic cleansing, martyrdom and genocide. Nasarean.org is dedicated to helping our brethren by producing items marked with the Arabic "N" - this symbol has been painted on the houses of Christians to identify them for martyrdom and to mark out their presence, similar to the use of the Star of David by the Nazis.
The Arabic letter "Nun" is the first letter of the word "Nasrani" or "Nasarean/Nazarene" - the Muslim word of contempt for Christians. Nasarean.org believes that the wearing of this sign is an act of solidarity with our brethren - is a way to remember to pray for them - and by your generous donation - directly helps them by an act of charity. Nasarean.org is a 501-c-3 charity. We exist to aid and advocate for persecuted Christians, especially in the Middle East. Your donations assist this work as we partner with other charities, including Aid to the Church in Need and develop our own projects. We believe we should help those who want to stay, to stay - and help those who want to leave, to leave.
"Thank you for the work you and the faithful in Stowe are undertaking to support Christians and others facing persecution in Iraq and Syria."
-Ambassador Andrew Bennett, Canadian Ambassador for Religious Liberty
"The Arabic 'N' project is, indeed worthwhile. All of us need to do all that we can possibly do to bring to the world's attention the persecution of Christians throughout the world but, particularly at this time, in the Middle East. Heartfelt gratitude for your efforts in this regard."
-Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York