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A CHRISTIAN CAUGHT IN MAKKAH

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Submitted by Mohamed Adham (Saudi Arabia), Aug 10, 2009 at 02:01

David, like I mentioned earlier to which you responded, you can all wait for Joel Rosenberg's words to materilize, but sadly, the bells would NEVER ring in Arabia. True there are already churches and temples in countries like Dubai, Kuwait , Bahrain, Qatar, Egypt , Jordan, Lebanon etc., but the BELLS would never ring !!!

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