WASHINGTON, January 7, 2014 – Kurds refuse to let their fight for freedom disappear from the headlines of the world, because life and liberty is not a single headline, but is a life and a belief worth fighting and even dying for. ‘Standing at Freedom’s Gate’ is joining ‘Coats4Kurdistan’ and its supporter and one of the group’s creators, famed international opera star and Christian humanitarian Hallie Neill on Wednesday’s show.
Neill will share the challenges as well as the practical solutions that will assist the Kurds in their fight for their children, families and future.
Joining in on the discussion will be Lisa Ruth, former CIA analyst and Editor in Chief of Communities Digital News. She will bring her wealth and depth of information and experience to the conversation. Ruth like Neill fully understands what is at stake for the Kurds’ region as well as for America.
Recently, one Kurdish military official said it best in stating, “If ISIS is an existential threat as the Iraqis claim; and if it really threatens U.S. interests abroad and its security at home then more must be done to arm the Peshmerga,” reported Fox News. The Kurdish families and especially the children can be armed with coats, clothing as well.
Join in on Wednesday, January 7, with ‘Standing at Freedom’s Gate’ on the CommDigiNews Hour and see share your concerns by calling in or texting in and be a part of the Kurds’ fight for freedom…one coat at a time.
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