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Greg Laurie Interviews Ambassador to Israel David Friedman (Greg In Israel #6)

Greg Laurie interviews ambassador to Israel David Friedman, about the state of the middle east and peace in the region. They discuss just what is going on and how Israel is the bulwark for peace and prosperity. This is an interview that will be of interest to Christians who are interested in Israel and what is going on with the United States and Isreal.

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