Rateb Rabie

President, Holy Land Christian Ecumenical Foundation

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President of the Holy Land Christian Ecumenical Foundation, based in Bethesda, Maryland

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Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is now western envoy for Palestinian development, and he's been advocating tourism to Christian holy sites in the Palestinian West Bank,…

Dwindling Number of Christians in Christianity's Birthplace

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is now western envoy for Palestinian development, and he's been advocating tourism to Christian holy sites in the Palestinian West Bank,…

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