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A Deadly Misunderstanding: “Full Circle”

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Chapter 9 Full Circle”The man had tried to have me killed!” Though our clandestine night flight to Libya was one of the strangest, most dramatic and most humbling experiences of those years, it was not the height of my struggle with Jesus’ actual teachings and the extent to which I was willing and able to […]

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9/11 & The Challenge Of Jesus

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Bridges Board Member, Safi Kaskas – co-translator of the Qur’an with references to the BibleAs an American Muslim, I felt the tension experienced by all Americans after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, yet all Muslims were and still are suspects. The media put Muslims on the defense, and we are still trying to prove our innocence. […]

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A Deadly Misunderstanding: “My Apology”

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Chapter 8 Terror Victims Find Justice During the Reagan years, Colonel Qaddafi was the ultimate bad actor on the global scene. To the West of the 1980s and early 1990s, he was Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden wrapped into a single package.In December 1988, Pan Am flight 103 was downed over Lockerbie, Scotland. Its […]

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A Deadly Misunderstanding: “The Path of Ananias”

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Chapter 7 “The Path of Ananias”“…the most cold-hearted person in the world” Upon our arrival at our hotel in Islamabad, we were scheduled to meet with a group of Christian Pakistani women whose husbands had been imprisoned under sharia (Islamic law) on frivolous or trumped-up charges. Because it was next to impossible for women in […]

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A Deadly Misunderstanding: “To Love Thine Enemies”

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Chapter 6 “To Love Thine Enemies”“Why the hell would you go to northern Sudan, Congressman?” “Why don’t you come to Sudan and meet President al-Bashir?”I have to admit, I paused before replying. Making such a trip would be quite a radical move. To say Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir was not a popular man in the […]

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War

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Victory Reports 2015 (Central African Republic) – The Bridges team takes two trips in response to the Muslim / Christian war in the region. The result of these trips was 3 hostages being released and a signed peace treaty. Hostages Released – Muslim/Christian War  Two trips filled with powerful encounters with Muslim & Christian militia leaders […]

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Genocide

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Victory Reports 2006 (Sudan) – 18 trips to Sudan to pray with the President which resulted in a deployment of UN peacekeepers – ending the Darfur Genocide – millions of lives affected. Stopping A Genocide Nearly a dozen visits to Sudan over 18+ months praying with President Omar al-Bashir, working directly with the U.N. secretary […]

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