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Baghdad Pastor Shows Love to Shiite Party

Ghassan Thomas leads one of the few public churches that emerged [in Baghdad] after Saddam Hussein was toppled. His congregation erected a sign on their ...

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Sam Manu

August 06, 2011  11:48pm

What Pastor Ghassan did was so Jesus. Inspiring.

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