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All news /  2014-09-02 08:55:31 / 

James Foley

Date / 2014-09-02 08:55:31

The Members of ISIS terrorist of jihadists brutally murdered the freelance journalist, James Foley in Syria during month. Their parents, John & Diane Foley, also spoke powerfully regarding values, commitment as well as bravery of the son at the time of recent interview in Television. Jim also risked dangers of getting the conflict zone of journalist to basically humanize suffering of living in the countries of war-torn. However, growing up, when Jim led the sheltered life, however while they got to the Marquette University, they also volunteered to work along with people whose lives are impacted by sufferings as well as by poverty. Their experiences changed the entire life. They also committed them to help others. Subsequent to graduating, they also joined program of Teach For America and then taught from the year 1996 to the year 1999 at Lowell Elementary School of Phoenix, the low-income school.

Afterwards he then attended the Medill School of Northwestern Journalism, graduating in the year 2008. Moreover, he even worked in Afghanistan as well as in Iraq as the entrenched journalist with the military prior to going at Benghazi in the Qaddafi’s Libya. Moreover, in year 2011 Qaddafi also forces and captured Jim & their 2 colleagues, punishing Jim for about 44 days. So, 2 weeks subsequent getting released, Jim also returned to Medill School & also to share their experiences, this includes the complete details regarding the death of other colleague, Anton Hammerl, through journalism the staff and the students. In end their experiences also strengthened the commitment to always continue to work as the conflict journalist. They also believed that public requires to get informed as “what is going in entire world. He was really grateful that they are lucky enough in the nation to be well able to “speak the mind as how we politically feel.”