ISIS Threat to Religious and Ethnic Minorities, Part 5 Representatives of religious non-governmental organizations working to help refugees in Iraq and Syria were among the panelists in a discussion on helping religious minorities persecuted by ISIS.
SEED's President, Sherri Kraham Talabany, was interviewed on Babylon FM earlier today, to launch SEED's December Campaign 'Life Changing Donations'
SEED Foundation Rescues Women from ISIS Terror in Iraqi Kurdistan. Washington Diplomat, Larry Luxner, July 6, 2016.
The SEED Foundation, a nonprofit group established by Sherri Kraham Talabany, made its local debut May 19 with a gala dinner at Washington’s Mandarin Oriental Hotel. The fundraiser attracted more than 200 people and raised tens of thousands of dollars for the organization, which is based in the Iraqi Kurdish capital of Irbil. Read More...
For over a year, the SEED Center in Mamilyan Camp, Akre, has provided services to displaced Iraqis, largely from the Yezidi and Shabak minority communities, who suffered horrific abuses at the hands of ISIS. Although some of their villages have now been freed, in most cases it is unsafe to return to them due to [...]
Mansa is a woman from Sinjar who fled her home when ISIS attacked in August 2014. She and her family ran away but in the chaos that followed, she and two of her children became separated from her husband and their six other children on Mount Sinjar. Thankfully she and her family survived the desperate [...]
Jason interviews Sherri from S.E.E.D foundation of KurdistanJason interviews Sherri from S.E.E.D foundation of Kurdistan Posted by TheBlaze on Monday, 21 November 2016