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July 9, 2020

An Beautiful Example Of Servant Leadership.

Interview with Brigadier General David E. Greer, who is the current Executive Director of the American Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East. Alice: How did you and your wife Susan meet? General Greer: We meet at a work conference, and got married in Baghdad in a security compound in 2009, while we were working for the US State Department there. Alice: What are some of your hobbies? General Greer: I enjoy gardening, golf, and reading —mostly history. Right now I am currently reading about the American Revolution. Alice: What is one of the proudest moments of your life? General Greer: One of the proudest moments of my life was when my daughter was born. Alice: What can you tell me about your military service? General Greer: I was commissioned from the ROTC at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville as a Second Lieutenant in the Field Artillery. After active duty with the 2nd Armored Division at Ft. Hood, […]

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June 24, 2020

Religious Freedom in The Middle East

For peace to be obtained religious freedom and the ability for members of different religions to coexist peacefully is necessary. Religious freedom is a global concern yet more people are persecuted for their faith now than at any other time in history.  Nowhere are threats to religious communities more visible than in the Middle East. This lack of religious freedom has led to persecution and the genocide of religious minorities. In some countries in the Middle East, religious freedom simply […]

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June 22, 2020

The Refugee Crisis in Iraqi Kurdistan

Since 2011, over 2 million refugees have fled their homes and have found refuge in Iraqi Kurdistan.  Now, 28 percent –almost one third– of Iraqi Kurdistan’s overall population is made up of refugees. Kurdistan is a region in Northern Iraq.  Unlike many other places where refugees flee, Kurdistan is landlocked and cannot be reached by boat.  And despite its lack of official nation status, Kurdistan has provided housing, food, and other essential services to the many refugees seeking help there. […]

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June 20, 2020

The Number of Refugees Has Doubled in the Past Decade

Nearly 80 million people worldwide qualify as refugees, asylum seekers, or internally displaced. This number rose by 9 million from a year earlier.  It is close to double the 41 million recorded in 2010, despite Covid-19 restrictions slowing down movement.  Of the 79.5 million displaced people globally, 26 million are refugees, 4.2 million are asylum seekers, and 45.7 million are IDPs. This amounts to one percent of the world’s total population. Around half of the 79.5 million are children. They […]

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June 17, 2020

To Many Refugees, Starvation Is a Bigger Threat Than COVID-19.

Refugees are already at risk for starvation, but due to COVID-19, they are at an even higher risk. In normal circumstances, starving is a constant worry for refugees. Refugee camps rarely have enough resources.  Now, COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions have worsened the already horrible living conditions in these camps, putting thousands of refugees around the world at risk of starvation. In some camps, such as Jordan’s Zaatari and Azraq refugee camps, lockdowns have prevented people from working at jobs outside […]

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