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What might the
political and spiritual
climate of our world
look like today
if these leaders,
and others like them,
had been given
the opportunity
to hear the Gospel? 

 
What if they had
a chance to
see the Gospel
 lived out in the lives
of Christian Americans
who reached out to them
in love and friendship?


What if we had reached
them while
they were here,
in our country,
speaking our language?


What would history have looked like?


How could history
be different
in the future
if we reached
the future leaders
while they are here
in the United States?

 Did you know they studied in the United States?





Hedayat Amin-Arsala, Vice-President of Afghanistan studied at George Washington University, Washington DC, 
in the 60's.








Benazir Bhutto, former Prime Minister of Pakistan attended Radcliffe College at Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts, 1969-1973.
 

 






Mikhail Saakashvili, President of Georgia attended Columbia Law School, New York City New York, in 1994 and George Washington University Law School, Washington DC, in 1995.

 

 





Alexander Zhukov, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia graduated from Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts in 1991.
 

 

  



Prince Saud Faisal, former Minister of Foreign Affairs in Saudi Arabi graduated from Princeton University, Princeton New Jersey in 1964.

 





King Abdullah bin al-Hussein graduated from Georgetown University, Washington DC, in 1987.

 

 






Andres Pastrana Arango, former president of Columbia, graduated from Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts, in the late 70's.








United Nation's Secretary General Kofi Annan graduated Macalester College, St. Paul Minnesota in 1961 and received his masters 1972 at MIT, Cambridge Massachusetts.
 
 





King of Bahrain Shaikh Hamed bin Isa Al Khalifa attended Fort Leavenworth, Leavenworth County Kansas.









Vice President of Taiwan, Annette Lu, attended University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Illinois, for her master's degree. Upon completion of that, she sought another degree from Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts in the late 60's.
 
 





Radovan Karadzic, former Bosnian Serb politician, studied at Columbia University, Manhattan New York in 1974-1975.

 
 
 

 


What might the political and spiritual climate of our world
look like today if these leaders, and others like them, had been given the opportunity to hear the Gospel and see it lived out in the lives of Christian Americans who reached out to them in love and friendship?