Author: Nicole Manalo
Nicole Manalo is the Office Manager of the Philos Project. Nicole graduated from Liberty University in 2013 with a BA in Clinical Health Sciences and a minor in Chemistry. No stranger to human rights advocacy, Nicole played a key role in the KONY 2012 and MOVE:DC campaigns that raised awareness about atrocities in West Africa. In her free time, she also volunteers at her local church and a New York City food bank. Nicole speaks fluent Tagalog, loves gaming, and enjoys anything related to tech and robotics.
Upcoming Miss Iraq Pageant Upheld as a Beacon of HopeMonday, October 12, 2015
Despite death threats and criticism from conservative leaders, organizers say the Miss Iraq beauty pageant will still go on.
Philos Leadership Institute Takes the Holy LandFriday, August 7, 2015
The Philos Leadership Institute participants will leave this four-week experience with a whole new outlook on the Middle East.
Israeli Rescue Teams Among the First on the Scene in NepalWednesday, April 29, 2015
After a massive earthquake rocked the small country of Nepal, Israel was one of the first to send supplies and personnel to the site of destruction.
Faith Leaders Spearhead the Fight for Persecuted Christians at the UNMonday, April 20, 2015
Will good men do nothing? Faith leaders take up the challenge to fight against religious persecution in the Middle East.
The Middle East, Through Coptic EyesThursday, April 16, 2015
Meet one Coptic Christian who is doing everything he can to change minds and bring attention to the plight of the persecuted church.
What You Can Do for the Persecuted ChurchThursday, March 26, 2015
The truth is that there are no excuses. There is always something you can do, no matter how busy you are. And this list proves it.
The Digital Deception of ISISSunday, March 15, 2015
ISIS tells Western youth that killing unbelievers in the name of Allah while having high adventure in the east is cool. And some young people are buying it.
A Cheat Sheet to the Countries of the Middle EastWednesday, February 18, 2015
A cheat sheet to the countries of the Middle East.
Brooklyn Imam Calls out Muslim ViolenceTuesday, February 10, 2015
Our exclusive interview with Imam Tariq Yousef al-Masri.
Selfies and SelfishnessFriday, January 30, 2015
The selfie seems a fitting symbol for our generation: a digital eye focused on us and only us. Oblivious to the world. Posing in perfect light. Literally self-centered.