Skip to comments.WHAT GOD IS DOING IN IRAQ: Born-again Iraqi General [Sada, Virginia book-signing]
Posted on 05/02/2006 6:06:50 PM PDT by Ligeia
Iraqi General Georges Sada has an incredible story to tell.
A passionate evangelical Christian, he once served as a top advisor to Saddam Hussein.
Today, he serves as a senior advisor to Iraqs President and is the author of Saddams Secrets: How One Iraqi Defied and Survived Saddam Hussein.
Come hear him take you inside his world where Jesus is drawing Iraqis to Himself in the most amazing way.
Monday, May 22, 2006General Sada be interviewed by Joel C. Rosenberg, the New York Times best-selling author of The Last Jihad, and by Terry Law, executive director of World Compassion, a Christian ministry reaching Iraq with the gospel.
McLean Bible Church
· General Sadas book will be available for sale afterwards.
· An offering will be collected to provide New Testaments and backpacks to Iraqi school children.
This event is FREE and does not require registration.
For more information, contact Edward Hunt email@example.com.
There is hope for the Iraqis afterall.
Yes, there is hope in Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of Yahweh.
There is no hope in Allah the moon god.
"Well, I want to make it clear, very clear to everybody in the world that we had the weapon of mass destruction in Iraq, and the regime used them against our Iraqi people...I know it because I have got the captains of the Iraqi airway that were my friends, and they told me these weapons of mass destruction had been moved to Syria." -- Sada quote at Wikipedia
Not sure if this is the same guy, but a former Republican Guard member is a seminary student at Covenant Theological Seminary.
No, it's not the same guy.
From above link:
Georges Hormis Sada graduated from Iraqs Air Academy in 1959 and was trained by elite forces in Great Britain, Russia and the U.S. An ace fighter pilot who trained other pilots, he went on to become air vice marshal in Saddam Husseins military. His acts of bravery, including saving the lives of forty downed coalition pilots in the Gulf War, have earned him hero status.
Georges Sada was born into an Assyrian Christian family in northern Iraq and became a born-again believer in 1986. Georges had great favor with the former Iraqi dictator, as he is one of the few Iraqi men to ever publicly confront Saddam Hussein and live to tell about it. Georges believes a key reason why he served as one of Saddams most trusted advisors was to persuade him against attacking the nation of Israel with chemical weapons, something Saddam attempted to do on two separate occasions.
Now retired, Georges is director of the Iraqi Institute for Peace and also serves as spokesman for the newly elected prime minister of Iraq. He is also the president of the National Presbyterian Church in Baghdad and chairman of the Assembly of Iraqi Evangelical Presbyterian Churches.
In recent years, Georges held the position of principal advisor to the former Iraqi Prime Minister, Iyad Allawi. Additionally, he acted as the lead consultant for the reconstruction of all three branches of the Iraqi defense system. In June of 2003, Georges received the prestigious International Prize for Peace and Reconciliation presented by the Bishop of Coventry, England.
Georges Sada is the author of the book, Saddams Secrets, an expose on Iraqs weapons programs and the murderous reign of Saddam Hussein.