Guest: Hans Erling Jensen
Hatune Foundation International
Interview recorded: February 19, 2016
First broadcast: February 20, 2016
Our guest this evening is Hans Erling Jensen, Director of the Hatune Foundation International, an organization dedicated to helping the persecuted, vulnerable, and poor. This relief organization's founder is Sister Hatune Dogan, who travels throughout the Middle East, India, Nepal, and elsewhere in the globe to respond to those in need of help. For 25 years the Foundation has sought to address world crisis situations.
These needs include helping the Christian, Yazidi, and other escaped captives of ISIS. These ladies are receiving accommodation, a new home, in Germany and also educational support and medical assistance in overcoming their horrific captivity under ISIS. The Hatune Foundation has several ongoing projects globally. These include the Yazidi Survival Project and support to those Christians and others suffering from tremendous persecutions in the Mideast. The Hatune Foundation has been helping the injured and displaced in Jordan, Iraq, and Turkey. In Egypt the Foundation is striving to meet the needs of the underprivileged Egyptian Coptic Christian community. In Nepal and India the Foundation is responding to the medical, food and water, irrigation, and educational needs of the residents. The Hatune Foundation's two leprosy clinics in Nepal have treated more than 8,000 patients. The Foundation has established orphanages and schools in Nepal and India.
The Hatune Foundation has offices in Germany, Sweden, and now Austin, Texas.
Archive of interview with Hans Erling Jensen, International Director of Hatune Foundation International. Interview recorded 2/19/2016 with first broadcast 2/20/2016.
Hans Erling Jensen, the Director of the Hatune Foundation, speaks out at a Copenhagen, Denmark demonstration on behalf of the voiceless Yazidis and their small nation's destiny. Hans quotes Kalaf Mirza, 56, who survived a mass execution at Shingal, 2014.
CBN News Report from July 2015 with Sister Hatune
Sr. Hatune meets again with young ladies who have escaped from ISIS captivity.