* From Muslim to Christian activist! Explore the inspirational story of Majed El Shafie. After converting to Christianity, he was arrested, tortured, and sentenced to death. Escaping to Canada, he formed the human rights organization One Free World International. Follow him back to the Near East as he attempts to end the persecution of believers. 176 pages, softcover from Destiny Image.
Its time to fight back!
This is the true story of one mans continuing fight for a world free of religious persecution.
Majed El Shafie was arrested, tortured, and sentenced to die after he converted from Islam to Christianity. His dramatic story, and those of others worldwide who are suffering persecution, are told in shocking, yet sensitive detail. Especially startling is the true story of rescuing a very young Pakistani girl who experienced horrific sexual abusebecause her family would not convert to Islam.
Although hard to imagine and even harder to accept, this important truth about religious persecution is blatantly exposed. Millions of families are praying for help. They are suffering daily in China, Iran, Iraq, Egypt, and many other countriessolely because of their beliefs.
Freedom Fighter is Reverend El Shafies outreachit follows his heroic work over a four-year period as he traveled to Pakistan and Afghanistan to investigate claims of abuse, persecution, and slavery and to speak truth to governments that neglect and violate the human rights of their citizens.
This fight involves all believersplease help.
Majed El Shafie was born in Egypt to a prominent Muslim family of judges and lawyers. After his conversion to Christianity, he experienced torture and a death sentence, prompting him to establish One Free World International, a human rights organization committed to religious freedom. Reverend El Shafie lives in Canada and continually pressures governments and challenges spiritual leaders on behalf of persecuted people worldwide. Please visit www.onefreeworldinternational.org.
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