In 2014, social media became abuzz with thousands of people changing their profile pictures to an Arabic letter N - ن
Short for 'Nasrani' - the Arabic word for Christian - the online campaign sprung up as a show of solidarity with Christians in war-torn Iraq.
ISIS insurgents had given the dwindling population of Christians in the northern city of Mosul a threatening ultimatum - either convert to Islam, pay a £50,000 religious tax called a 'jizya', or face death.
They spray-painted the Arabic letter on the homes of thousands of Iraqi Christians to identify them in an act of mass persecution. Many were slaughtered, tortured and raped, forcing them to flee their homes or face death.
By sharing the symbol online, fellow Christians across Iraq and other parts of the world are raising awareness about the fate of Mosul's Christian population which is now believed to be non-existent as families have been displaced.
The Commission has partnered with Open Doors Australia to help support these same displaced families all over the Middle East as they recover from the horrors of persecution.
You can help by purchasing the fundraising album WE ARE N with all profits going directly to Open Doors Australia.