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For more than 50 years, we have witnessed unrest in the Middle East as people of many different nationalities and ideologies have attempted to take Israel away from the Jewish people. But our guest on this episode, Tass Abu Saada, has a unique and important perspective on this struggle.

Tass was born in Gaza and raised in Saudi Arabia and Qatar in the Muslim faith before fighting for Fatah as a teenager. As a young man, Tass moved to America to study at the University of Missouri, later becoming a successful restauranteur and marrying his wife, Karen. In 1993, Tass experienced a powerful conversion to Christianity, and would go on to found Seeds of Hope and Hope for Ishmael. In this episode, our host Helen Todd talks with Tass about his experience in the Palestinian Liberation Organization, his conversion to faith in Christ, and what we can do to see Muslims come to Christ in the same way that he did.

3:45 – Tass’s upbringing and early life.

5:30 – The perspective of Palestinians on what is happening in their land.

10:45 – Tass’s experience fighting for the Palestinian Liberation Organization.

17:20 – How should we pray for Muslims?

25:45 – How Tass’s organization helps to build a relationship between Christians, Jews, and Muslims.

29:45 – Tass’s upcoming podcast.

Tass Saada’s website is :

Tass Saada’s books :
Once an Arafat Man on Amazon

The Mind of Terror on Amazon

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