Jihadist ISIS terrorists are massacring Christians in Iraq, Syria, Egypt, and beyond.
They're abducting, raping, and selling young Christian girls.
Christian pastors are dismembered. Christian towns are pillaged.
For over a year, hundreds of thousands of Christian families have been fleeing for their lives.
The only thing standing between Christians and death at the hands of these barbarians are the brave fighters who are willing to defend them. And now ISIS has reportedly unleashed chemical weapons on them.
America must take a stand against these genocidal jihadists. We must defend Christians.
If we do nothing, they will die.
We're working in Congress to rally critical support and aid for Christians and to defeat ISIS. We continue to aggressively engage at the United Nations to raise this grave humanitarian crisis.
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