It is not often a reporter publicly thanks a former terrorist for helping him to give his life completely to Jesus Christ. But it happened this week. That’s why I commend to you this week’s edition of “Stakelbeck on Terror.” CBN reporter Erick Stakelbeck profiles Tass Saada, a “former Palestinian Muslim sniper who used to work for terror master Yasser Arafat-but now works for Jesus.” Stakelbeck interviews Saada and explains how this one-time radical Muslim “put down his gun and learned to love his greatest enemy: Israel.” Then he publicly thanks Saada for his book, Once An Arafat Man, and shares how reading that book and interviewing Saada led Stakelbeck to a personal relationship with God through faith in Jesus Christ.
Later in the program, Stackelbeck examines “a disturbing trend that is spreading throughout the Muslim world: ‘kiddie jihad’ in the form of child suicide bombers.” He covers a few other issues, and then at the end of the program (24:52), he includes an interview with me on Israel, the Iranian nuclear threat, and “the gathering storm.”
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