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December 27, 2017

Rollie Flynn Elected to FRRME America Board of Trustees

  WASHINGTON—Carol “Rollie” Flynn, founder and managing principal of Singa Consulting, LLC, has been elected to the Board of Trustees of the American Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East (FRRME America). Flynn is a 30-year veteran of the Central Intelligence Agency, where she served as Director of CIA University’s Leadership Academy, Associate Deputy Director of the National Counterterrorism Center/Directorate of Strategic Operational Planning, Executive Director of the CIA Counterterrorism Center, Chief of Station in major posts in Southeast Asia and South America, and as an Operations Officer in Africa and Southeast Asia. She is also an adjunct Professor at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy and Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service/Security Studies Program, and is a visiting faculty member at the Fordham University Graduate School of Business. Flynn serves as an Adjunct Staff member of Rand Corporation, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a Senior Fellow of the Foreign Policy Research […]

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FRRME Vice Chair on How the U.S. can  Aid Christian Refugees
September 26, 2017

FRRME Vice Chair on How the U.S. can Aid Christian Refugees

How to Help Iraq’s Religious Minorities Trump should undo an Obama policy that largely blocks them from getting U.S. aid. By Nina Shea As Islamic State heads toward defeat in Iraq, Christian and Yazidi survivors of genocide should be returning to their hometowns in Nineveh province. Instead, these fragile minority communities mostly remain stranded at displacement shelters in Kurdistan without the means to rebuild their villages. Many are fleeing Iraq, and the country now risks losing these religious minorities entirely. […]

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FRRME America Funds First Aid Training Course for Iraqi Women
September 14, 2017

FRRME America Funds First Aid Training Course for Iraqi Women

WASHINGTON—The first FRRME America-funded first aid training course was held recently in northern Iraq as part of an initiative to enable Iraqi women to become economically self-sufficient. According to Dr. Amal Marogy, chairman of the Aradin Charitable Trust, “Thanks to a generous donation from FRRME America and with the help of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Aradin was able to provide a two-day first aid training course for 23 Christian, Muslim and Yazidi women.” Marogy noted that all […]

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FRRME America Vice Chair Nina Shea contributes to important new book on religious persecution
August 2, 2017

FRRME America Vice Chair Nina Shea contributes to important new book on religious persecution

  FRRME America Vice Chair and Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Nina Shea is a contributor to The Persecution and Genocide of Christians in the Middle East: Prevention, Prohibition, and Prosecution. Published by Anglico Press, the book is an in-depth account of the plight of Christians in the Middle East.

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FRRME Director of Operations Interviewed by BBC World News
July 25, 2017

FRRME Director of Operations Interviewed by BBC World News

  Dr. Sarah Ahmed, FRRME Director of Operations in the Middle East, talks to the BBC’s Yalda Hakim about the plight of Yazidi women liberated from ISIS.

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FRRME America's Senior Advisor for Outreach and Development, the Rev. Meg Saunders, discovered that she and Fr. Bolis, pastor of the Greek Catholic Church (one of our partners) in Fuheis, #Jordan, studied under the same professor in seminary (Meg in the U.S., Fr. Bolis in Palestine). #SmallWorld #BigHearts #ReliefandReconciliation ... See MoreSee Less

FRRME Americas Senior Advisor for Outreach and Development, the Rev. Meg Saunders, discovered that she and Fr. Bolis, pastor of the Greek Catholic Church (one of our partners) in Fuheis, #Jordan, studied under the same professor in seminary (Meg in the U.S., Fr. Bolis in Palestine). #SmallWorld #BigHearts #ReliefandReconciliation

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Happy Easter to our Orthodox friends! Photo of traditional cookies and dates from FRRME America Board member May Al-Najjar. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Easter to our Orthodox friends! Photo of traditional cookies and dates from FRRME America Board member May Al-Najjar.

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LAST MONTH: Even as the displaced population in settlement camps continued to decrease, we provided 347 kilos of fresh eggplant, 48 kilos of onions, 30 kilos of bulger, 25 kilos of beans, 10 kilos of lentils and 10 kilos of chickpeas to #InternallyDisplacedPersons in #Kurdistan and northern #Iraq, providing aid to 168 #IDP families, and medical assistance and emergency surgery to eight people (in addition to our outreach efforts via our Medical & Dental Clinic in Baghdad and via St. George's Church). In #Jordan, we worked with our partners to provide assistance to 803 #refugee families (nearly 5,000 people), including medical assistance to 15 people... and medical bills for one joyous birth! #RestoringHope #RebuildingLives ... See MoreSee Less

LAST MONTH: Even as the displaced population in settlement camps continued to decrease, we provided 347 kilos of fresh eggplant, 48 kilos of onions, 30 kilos of bulger, 25 kilos of beans, 10 kilos of lentils and 10 kilos of chickpeas to #InternallyDisplacedPersons in #Kurdistan and northern #Iraq, providing aid to 168 #IDP families, and medical assistance and emergency surgery to eight people (in addition to our outreach efforts via our Medical & Dental Clinic in Baghdad and via St. Georges Church). In #Jordan, we worked with our partners to provide assistance to 803 #refugee families (nearly 5,000 people), including medical assistance to 15 people... and medical bills for one joyous birth! #RestoringHope #RebuildingLives

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As war looms, the need for forgiveness has never been greater. Click on the link to read our latest update on ISIS and why we should forgive those who perpetrate evil - frrme.org/forgiving-isis/. To support our relief and reconciliaiton work, please make a donation via our website - frrme.org/causes/donate/. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less

As war looms, the need for forgiveness has never been greater. Click on the link to read our latest update on ISIS and why we should forgive those who perpetrate evil - https://frrme.org/forgiving-isis/. To support our relief and reconciliaiton work, please make a donation via our website - https://frrme.org/causes/donate/. Thank you.
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