Aid Workers Bombed in Coalition Airstrike During ISIS Attack Near Fallujah

Members of Preemptive Love Coalition aid mission hid from ISIS, were held at gunpoint by local military officials, and nearly killed in a Coalition airstrike while trying to deliver food to displaced families

Amiriyat al-Fallujah, Iraq (6/29/16) –  Overnight, three Preemptive Love Coalition (PLC) aid workers were caught in a major ISIS attack targeting the southern Fallujah corridor. Moments later, several more aid workers were nearly killed by an errant Coalition airstrike near Amiriyat al-Fallujah. Continue reading...

PLC Aid Workers Nearly Killed in Coalition Airstrike


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