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Unlocking the Middle East

Sometimes preaching the Gospel isn't enough to convince others to follow Jesus. In the Middle East, this is especially true, even for those who have suffered greatly under the violence of radical Islam. I’ve encountered and heard stories of many Iraqis who chose to stay and live in the new…
Jason Law
April 13, 2015
IraqRefugee Relief

I Am 19

I am 19 years old and felt like my life was just beginning. We had a wonderful three-story home in Aleppo before the war. When the rebels began hiding (more…)
Syrian Refugee
January 9, 2014
IraqRefugee Relief

Doctor

I was a doctor in Damascus.  As a surgeon, my job was to preserve life. Unfortunately, the war flooded our hospitals with innocent civilians.  Our ability to treat these patients diminished (more…)
Syrian Refugee
December 3, 2013
IraqRefugee Relief

No Home

I am married and have two small children, 5 and 7 years old. I worked as an air conditioning repair man when we lived in Syria. Throughout the war, my family has been destroyed. One relative was shot and killed; (more…)
Syrian Refugee
October 22, 2013
IraqRefugee Relief

Hospital Battlefield

I heard people screaming. I was in the hospital and the Syrian Soldiers were shooting civilians outside the six story hospital, bullets were hitting our building. All the hospital workers ran to the basement and left all the patients that could not run. (more…)
World Compassion Staff
August 28, 2013
IraqNewsRefugee Relief

Rebranding America

What does the American brand stand for, commercialization or liberty? The proliferation of America today is to have our brands on every corner rather than our ideals in every country. Freedom, liberty, and justice have been replaced by a $5 coffee with an idealistic message on the cup. (more…)
World Compassion Staff
August 23, 2013
IraqRefugee Relief

I Was a Syrian Pilot

I was a commander in the Syrian Air Force when the war started, however I am also an eye doctor. My duties included managing and dispatching three squadrons of aircraft. As the war developed, and the orders came down to bomb populated civilian areas, Syrian pilots began to defect. I…
Syrian Refugee
August 17, 2013
IraqNews

Changing History

We live in a time not too dissimilar than the 1930's. The propaganda in the Middle East is strong, very strong. They have created a culture much like Hitler manufactured during the 1930s in Germany. The objective is the same, create a supreme race (this time based on Islam). Make…
World Compassion Staff
August 15, 2013
IraqRefugee Relief

I Lost My Son

One evening I sent my son to the store to buy some groceries. He was just 20 years old. He and a friend were kidnapped by the Regime. After accusations of helping the Free Syrian Army, they were tortured for two days and finally killed. Their bodies were dumped in…
Syrian Refugee
August 13, 2013
IraqRefugee Relief

Journalist From Damascus

I lived in Damascus and made a modest living in computer repair. When Assad began killing civilians and covering up the story, my friends and I stepped out to tell the real story of the war. We contacted an international news agency and used our computers through Skype to send…
Syrian Refugee
August 8, 2013
IraqNewsRefugee Relief

The Real Victims

There isn't much left of Syria today. The destruction to infrastructure is estimated in the billions, the economy has collapsed, and their currency has no value. The devastation to human life extends far beyond material items. Unfortunately both the Regime and Free Syrian Army have participated in the destruction of…
IraqRefugee Relief

I am just a mechanic

Before the war, life was good. We weren't rich, I was just a mechanic. We lived in a nice safe neighborhood. Then the war started, and the rebels came to town. Our neighborhood was bombed. They captured children, held them for ransom and forced us to pay money to get…
Syrian Refugee
August 2, 2013

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