Request for US to Stand with Persecuted Minorities in Iraq

By Free Burma Rangers, Special for USDR

David Eubank, former US Army Ranger and Special Forces officer and founder of the Free Burma Rangers, will hold a press conference regarding his time spent on the front lines of the battle against ISIS in Iraqi KurdistanSyria, and Mosul, Iraq, and to urge the Trump administration to continue help in that region along the following lines. He will also address current issues in  Burma.

“In Iraq and Syria the U.S. helps to defeat ISIS and our presence creates a space where people can talk and cooperate together. Iraqis are grateful for increased support from the U.S. The Iraqi Army is the key for a better future for Iraq and the mostly-Shiite Iraqi Army is doing a great job defeating ISIS at great costs and also showing mercy to the Sunni families who have been under ISIS.

The U.S. presence in and assistance to Iraq and the Regional Government of Kurdistan in Iraq gives the US the opportunity to help Christians, Jews, Yazidis and other minority populations remain in Iraq and return to their homes from which they’ve been chased by ISIS. In both Iraq and Syria, the U.S. is on the right side and doing a good job at minimizing civilian casualties.

Eubank will be available for questions and scheduling of additional interviews during this event. Additional reports, information, and media will be made available to those in attendance.

The Free Burma Rangers (FBR) is a multi-ethnic humanitarian service movement working to bring help, hope, and love to people in the conflict zones of BurmaIraqSyria and Sudan. Working in conjunction with local ethnic pro-democracy groups, FBR trains, supplies, and coordinates missions with highly mobile multipurpose relief teams who then provide critical emergency medical care, shelter, food, clothing, and human rights documentation in their home regions. For more information visit www.freeburmarangers.org or send an email to  info@freeburmarangers.org.

SOURCE Free Burma Rangers

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