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...
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Preemptive Love Coalition’s Jeremy Courtney went on BBC News to share the increasingly dire situation in and around Fallujah. Displacement camps have been overwhelmed by more than 86,000 fleeing civilians—many of whom have gone days without shelter in the extreme desert heat. Continue reading...
Residents say they have received no government aid and are surviving on meals provided by local tribesmen. The first aid trucks, from a U.S.-based non-governmental organization called Preemptive Love Coalition, arrived during NBC News' visit. Continue reading...
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