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Pol Pot’s Dictatorship – a history lesson

It was 1975.  Little “Bona” was the youngest of five sons.  One night the Communist forces of the Khmer Rouge came to his village in Cambodia and took his father away, never to be heard from again.  Pol Pot’s vicious … Continue reading

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Muslim Woman from Yemen

We had just set up our Bible table on the beach promenade when I met a young Muslim woman from Yemen, wearing a hijab. When I saw her walking our direction, I stepped forward and introduced myself.  She seemed eager … Continue reading

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