In Mosul, a group of Christians leaves to free a teenage girl captive in the middle of Daesh territory

The group of Free burma rangers (FBR) is a multi-ethnic humanitarian service movement that works to bring aid, hope and love to people in the conflict zones of Burma, Iraq and Sudan.

LRBF volunteers work with locals. They provide equipment, materials and training. Teams are then ready to deliver critical emergency medical care, food, or basic necessities to hostile and most often conflict-ridden areas.

This is how David's team came to the aid of this Christian teenager, trapped for 3 days in the rubble of her own house, in an area of ​​Mosul occupied by the Islamic State. The video reveals the harshness of life for the civilian populations, the first victims of this conflict.

We invite you to discover in analysis, the story of this liberation.

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