After two deployments with the U.S. Navy SEALs, 25-year-old Ephraim Mattos joined a small group of volunteer humanitarians fighting on the front lines to rescue innocent lives from the evils of ISIS in Mosul, Iraq. Known as the “Free Burma Rangers," the volunteer warriors put themselves in the line of fire to retrieve the wounded, deliver medical care, and rescue innocent civilians in one of the most brutal, war-torn places on Earth.
Ephraim joined Glenn Beck in the studio Wednesday to talk about his new book, "City of Death: Humanitarian Warriors in the Battle of Mosul" and his work in Burma with the Nazarene Fund, a nonprofit dedicated to the liberation, rescue, and recovery of the persecuted religious and ethnic minorities in the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Learn more about the Nazarene Fund here.
Watch the video above.