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By: Jennifer Breedon. Published in Huffington Post. 5/18/2016 “We pray for the souls of the Islamic State militants that killed our families. We know they are motivated by evil and pray they can be freed.” I will never forget these words from Jaya Stephanos, the sister of two men that were beheaded by the Islamic
By: Jennifer Breedon working as “Emma Lane” Unwrapping the “G” Word Controversy: Why Government Officials Fear the Label of Genocide By: Emma Lane, Regional Manager for the Middle East 3/17/2016 Washington, D.C. – In 1948, Raphael Lemkin coined the term “genocide” in a book called “Nazi Rule in Occupied Germany.” World War II had just ended,
I was privileged to work for an organization that helped persecuted Christians for a brief period. While the management of the organization was less than ideal despite its stated mission, the coworkers I had were phenomenal and talented people, most of whom have also moved on to new humanitarian avenues. I’ll never forget the people