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MVPR rallies student peacemakers in Pakistan

Samuel Shropshire spoke to hundreds of high school students in Lahore, Pakistan in December 2017. The response of the students was enthusiastic as Shropshire encouraged them to be peacemakers for Islam!

“The world is ready for a great spiritual awakening,” Sam said. Sam told the faculty and students of Aghosh School in Lahore that he believes Islam is ready to deliver a message of peace and healing to a broken, worn-torn world. As Sam made the appeal, the students at Aghosh School responded by shouting, “Allah, send me!”

A big thanks to MVPR Pakistan director Daniyal Iqbal, his brother Asad Iqbal and Aghosh administrator Naeem Mushtaq for arranging this very special event. Here is a video of Sam’s message to the students! Thanks also to Ali Alzahrani for subtitling our video productions!

https://youtu.be/7gJkBN7rdbw

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