On Tuesday, Beck tweeted, “Don’t you DARE give up hope. YOUR generosity toward rescuing Christians in Afghanistan will be a Moses-style miracle. And it has given me back my hope for the future.”
Some Twitter users accused Beck of trying to scam people and asked him how he can possibly help Christians in Afghanistan when only the military is flying in and out of the capital city of Kabul. Reuters reports that on Aug. 16, commercial flights were suspended and Afghan airspace was turned over to the U.S military. Some commercial airlines are now assisting the U.S. with evacuating the country. It is not clear how The Nazarene Fund plans to rescue Christians, although given the high risk nature of that endeavor, it would make sense for the organization not to share its plans with the public.