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Redeem the Oppressed Liberates 123 Individuals from Slavery in Pakistan

For years, our organization has been at the forefront of the fight against slavery, tirelessly working to rescue and support those who have been trapped in this heinous practice. Our tireless efforts have paid off, as we have proudly liberated more than 35,000 people from slavery in Pakistan.

But we didn’t stop there. On March 31st, 2022, we achieved our greatest victory yet: a single rescue mission that freed 123 people at once from the clutches of slavery. These individuals, who had been subjected to immense hardships and persecution at the hands of their owner, were finally able to taste freedom thanks to the bravery and dedication of our team.

The owner of the kiln where these people were held captive was a powerful and influential figure with connections to the Pakistani political establishment. Tragically, these families were not only forced to work long hours in grueling conditions but they were also subjected to the threat of forced conversion to Islam. Desperate to escape this cruel fate, these families had no choice but to turn to our organization for help.

And help we did. Through careful planning and a foolproof strategy, we were able to safely rescue all 123 individuals and provide them with new accommodations and jobs in a distant city. It was a triumphant moment for our organization and a shining example of the life-changing work we are capable of.

We are incredibly proud of the difference we have made in the lives of these families, and we will not rest until every last person trapped in slavery is given the chance to live a life of freedom and dignity. We will continue to try to be a beacon of hope in the fight against slavery.

By Max Gibson

Max Gibson, also known as Mosheh, holds a bachelor's degree in computer science and has competed on his college's crew, cross country and track and field teams. Max co-founded the College Republicans and has run successful businesses, including Apex Web Services, which serves as CTO for non-profits Farrukh Saif Foundation and 'Emergency Committee to Save the Persecuted and Enslaved.' He has been in a leadership position in the non-profit sector since 2011. In addition to his business pursuits, Max is a combat veteran of three major wars and is known for his generosity and strong belief in God.
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