In the midst of Syria’s turmoil, Andrew Brunson, a pastor, had been imprisoned in Turkey, visits GOP in DC

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US troops leaving the North-East of Syria; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports.

American pastor Andrew Brunson, whose new book shares held in his history as a political hostage for two years in Turkey, traveled to Washington on Tuesday to be a guest in the city for the GOP.

Vice President Pence tweeted: “Great, Pastor Brunson at the @WhiteHouse released his new book “God’s hostage”, where he tells his story of imprisonment & freedom of the press in Turkey. Pastor Brunson and his wife now travel the country talking, eroding religious freedoms around the world. God Bless you both!”

Pence, as reported by The Associated Press, has been sent on a mission to try the Turkey and reach a cease-fire deal.

“The ongoing violence in the region, the D-ISIS campaign, endangered undermines civilians and religious minorities and threatening the security of the entire region,” the White house said. “The government is committed to the security of the region, the security of civilians and the continued detention of the ISIS fighters.”


President Trump has an immediate end to Turkey called for is attack on Kurdish fighters and civilians in Syria — an attack the Turkey began to be announced, according to Trump, that he was, moved the US troops from the northeast-Syria. Move you the Trump critics donated across the political spectrum, the said it would the Kurds, who would the US ally in the fight against the Islamic state, vulnerable to Turkish armed forces.

Now in its seventh day of a Turkish offensive against Kurdish fighters in Northern Syria has caused tens of thousands from their homes to flee.

Vice-President Mike Pence, who met with American pastor Andrew Brunson in the White house. (Twitter)

Brunson and his wife spent 25 years in Turkey as a missionary in the largest unevangelized country in the world, working with refugees on the Syrian border, many of whom are Kurdish randomly.

Brunson wrote “God’s hostage: A True story of persecution, imprisonment, and endurance,” what was there on Tuesday.


The trump administration for help in securing his release from captivity last year.


Brunson also delivered prayer is the opening, at the behest of Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N. C., prior to the first formal meeting of the Senate since the end of September.

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