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Marshall said, adding that being seen as an ally in the fight is an impression “you need to avoid.”He urged the State Department to spend more time educating its diplomats about Christian persecution amid the cultures of their assigned countries and to meet with the leaders of the minority Christian communities. Marshall also called for the State Department’s long-vacant office of the ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom to be filled. Kreidie said, can be a helpful alternative resource, but there is no reason the U. can’t be a direct part of the aid, especially if it starts employing the assistance of Arab-Americans in its efforts.“This is a community that wants to help,” he said.