Sikh Man Puts His Life At Risk And Travels To War-Torn Iraqi Refugee Camps To Supply Food

When the 47-year-old Ravi saw the state of the Yazidis families on news, the gory sight and their terrible living condit...

Living under terrible conditions, refugees in war-torn or disaster-struck areas have to wait really long for food supplies. Conditions are even worse for the ones in life-conflict zones like Iraq.

Not many would want to enter a life-conflict zone and help them out. But one such soul is Ravi Singh. A Sikh, born in India and brought up in Britain who runs Khalsa Aid. He risks his life and travels to disaster zones to provide help to the refugee families.


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