KIDNAPPED IN IRAQ A Christian Humanitarian Tells his Story by ALEXANDRE GOODARZY



In this book, Alexandre Goodarzy describes in gripping detail his abduction by Islamic terrorists in January 2020, how prayer and his Catholic Faith  sustained him, and why he now views the entire ordeal as a blessing from God. After learning the fate of untold Christians in the Middle East, Alexandre was among a cadre of young men who agreed to assist Christians in danger.  As the war in Syria quickly turned into a religious war, Alexandre provided to Christians there who were caught between a hardening regime and increasingly bloodthirsty Islamist groups. In what reads like a dystopian thriller, Alexandre describes the dangerous episodes he experienced assisting Christians, including the perilous twelve hours ride from Damascus to Aleppo and the numerous face-to-face encounters with Islamic rebels the last of which resulted in his abduction and sixty six day captivity by Iraqi terrorists. This book is a riveting story of bravery and courage and one man’s extraordinary efforts to aid Christians in need. It is also a chilling guidebook on how to fight for justice and proclaim the hope that comes in the triumph of the Cross. Paper.


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