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Past Terrorist Discusses the Iranian Nuclear Crisis

Faith and Freedom with Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver and BarbWire’s Matt Barber… An 11-minute weekday radio program discussing hot topics in the area of religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the family.

The Iranian nuclear crisis has never been thoroughly addressed. In fact with the so-called “Iranian Deal” with the United States and other nations, that nuclear crisis is going to continue to escalate. We’re going to be talking on Faith and Freedom today with Kamal Saleen. Kamal is the author of The Blood of Lambs, a great friend, someone who was born in Lebanon, raised as a terrorist and became a Christian.

Mat Staver: Kamal, you have been certainly right in the midst of Islamic extremism and the jihadist movement. You were part of that movement. You were trained and raised as a terrorist from the age of seven or eight. Born in Beirut, Lebanon. You actually had engaged in, not only terroristic acts in the Middle East, but were here in the United States recruiting people on college campuses to engage in terrorism. And you then became a Christian and wrote an amazing book. . . it is called The Blood of Lambs. It is a powerful book about not only the issue we face today and around the world, but also of the power of the life-changing Jesus Christ as He changed your life. Kamal tell us. . . what is your take on what’s happening in Iran and in the Middle East.

Kamal Saleen: Well, what is taking place today is we have two separate “polars,” one is the Sunnis and one is the Shia. And both of them want to rule and reign in the Middle East. The Sunnis have been persecuting the Shia for years, meaning Iran is the Shia and Sunni is the whole Arabian government. So they’ve been clashing through age and time…


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