Support victims of ISIS violence in Northern Iraq

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Timothy Bratton
7 years ago
The troubles of Iraq are primarily the result of actions by Western powers. The grotesque suffering of people in Iraq under ISIS must be stopped before another genocide occurs.

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Anita Kanitz
7 years ago
“Since that day there is nothing anyone could ever say to convince me that one person cannot change a nation. One person can do unbelievable things. All it takes is that one person who's willing to risk everything to make it happen.”
― Sam Childers, Another Man's War: The True Story of One Man's Battle to Save Children in the Sudan

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joan comrie
7 years ago
Because we can not be silent, they are our family

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Wendy Burden
7 years ago
I strongly believe in freedom of religion and women's rights.

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Therese Raso
7 years ago
In my wildest imagination, I cannot imagine what life must be for the victims of such violence. I know how devistating it is for foster children to be moved from one home to another where they, for the most part, are fed and have a bed to sleep in. How much more traumatic for a child, and parents, if they still exist, to have no roof over their head or food to eat and to be exiled from the place they used to know.
This situation is one where we can actually offer assistance. What excuse could we offer those who are hoping for, counting on someone, somewhere to come to their aid.
God would only bless a country who is willing to step up and do what should be done.

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richard phelps
7 years ago
ISIS represents the worst in human nature. Their victims are innocent of anything other than their birth right. We have supported so many others in the recent past and not always the most worthy. In this case it is a simple humanitarian necessity. This is Great Britain - we have a history of having grit enough to help the needy. Show courage, otherwise ISIS will just keep going and growing.

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troy phelps
7 years ago
the treatment of these innocent victims is a demonic outrage.

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Sarah Philip
7 years ago
These are my brothers and sisters, though we've never met.

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David Klassen
7 years ago
Let's stand up for what is right and oppose this brutal violence.

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Diana Hunt
7 years ago
Minorities should not be persecuted. We should oppose atrocities.