COVID an Occasion for More Abuse of Christians (Raymond Ibrahim)

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06-29-20 05:00 - 06:00

COVID an Occasion for More Abuse of Christians (Raymond Ibrahim)

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Raymond Ibrahim is a widely published author, public speaker, as well as a Middle East and Islam specialist. He is the author of "Sword and Scimitar: Fourteen Centuries of War between Islam and the West."

 

 

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