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Hatred in Hammersmith leads to fears for safety of beleagured white mother


 A move away from Hammersmith may soon be on the cards for a persecuted mother of two daughters who has faced numerous assaults and threats during her three year nightmare stay in a Peabody Trust Housing estate in Hammersmith.

Please sign our petition for Liane (click here)

Liane's ancestors have been living in a similar area of West London for over 190 years but despite her long history, she now feels she has no choice but to leave as her Christian faith has become a target for those who hate the faith.

No one tells Liane's story better than Liane who has shared a video of the issues she has had to face:

Liane says she has suffered 3 years of persecution from people who hate her Christian faith and offence taken from her singing Christian worship songs and for hosting missionaries at her home. Read more (here)

Two weeks ago for the first time in three years police began listing crimes against her as hate crime.

In January her housing association agreed to a 'Managed Move' for Liane which means she will not have to lose her council tenancy. Now we have to convince a local council far away from Hammersmith that grounds for 'Special Circumstances' within point 199 of the Housing Act 1996 (section 7),  should be appliede for her application. An assurance from a local Pastor and his committed church that they will council, advise and support Liane with her relocation to the new area will hopefully secure the move.

Even then things are getting more dangerous for Liane as those intent on causing her harm have launched a campaign that has seen malicious Youtube videos calling for harm to her, and even worse posts on FB and other social media. Some of those that hate her have even placed posters on their windows.

Please pray for an expedient move for Liane and her youngest daughter (6 yrs). 

We have purchased a RING doorbell for Liane and asked her to remove the CCTV camera that her housing association were offended by, despite the camera not working. 

Her oldest daughter who is 16 years old fled their home a while ago after an alleged brutal stoning and other assaults. Under the guise of a placement of a college education place she has found peace and succour in an area bereft of those who are offended by her faith and wish her harm for it.

Please sign our petition for Liane (click here)

Please continue your prayers fior Liane and her children as they escape their current situation. You can support our work for Liane and other victims of Christian persecution by donating (here)

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