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Syria, Middle East
Population: 17,065,000
Chief of State: President Bashar al-Assad
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Wael Nader al-Halqi
Christians: 5.9%
Evangelical Christians: 0.2%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: 11th
Life Expectancy: 55.7 Years
Literacy Rate: 79.6%
Population Below Poverty Line: 11.9%
Refugees Living in Syria: 7,947,655

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Save the Children says it has found more than 2,500 children from 30 countries in segregated areas with foreign women believed to be former Islamic State members. The warning comes as the debate over what to do with these children rages. The issue was brought to light after a number of women came forward to say they regretted their actions and wanted to return to their home countries, including the UK, US and France, so they could raise their children in peace. "There is a moral responsibility for every country to take these children back," Usama Hasan, head of Islamic Studies at Quilliam International said. It is not known exactly how many children there are. Pray that these unwanted children will find rehabilitation in life. Pray that these children will get caregivers and a future (The Bible, Psalm 51:5).

Islamic State: Thousands of foreign children in Syrian camps

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Syria, Middle East
Population: 17,065,000
Chief of State: President Bashar al-Assad
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Wael Nader al-Halqi
Christians: 5.9%
Evangelical Christians: 0.2%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: 11th
Life Expectancy: 55.7 Years
Literacy Rate: 79.6%
Population Below Poverty Line: 11.9%
Refugees Living in Syria: 7,947,655

Pray for Syria - facebook page

Save the Children says it has found more than 2,500 children from 30 countries in segregated areas with foreign women believed to be former Islamic State members. The warning comes as the debate over what to do with these children rages. The issue was brought to light after a number of women came forward to say they regretted their actions and wanted to return to their home countries, including the UK, US and France, so they could raise their children in peace. "There is a moral responsibility for every country to take these children back," Usama Hasan, head of Islamic Studies at Quilliam International said. It is not known exactly how many children there are. Pray that these unwanted children will find rehabilitation in life. Pray that these children will get caregivers and a future (The Bible, Psalm 51:5).

Islamic State: Thousands of foreign children in Syrian camps