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Meet the 0.2% - A Palestinian Atheist has vivid dreams about Jesus

Did you know that Missiologists consider Israel to be an unreached people group? In fact, less than 0.2% of the population (less than 20,000) of Israel are followers of Jesus/Yeshua. 
Meet one of the 0.2%
When Bassam Adranly, a Palestinian Atheist from Jerusalem encountered Jesus in vivid dreams, he knew he had to follow him and that his life would never be the same again. 

Bassam grew up in a Palestinian, Greek Orthodox Christian family in Jerusalem’s old city just 200 metres or so from Jesus’ empty tomb. Like many young Arab men who were looking for a place to belong in the 1970s and 80s, he joined the communist party. But, he soon became disillusioned by their ideology, so he left and declared himself an atheist. 

After finishing school, he decided to study optometry and then return to Jerusalem to work in his father’s optician practice. The family had run a store in the old city since 1946, when it was still under Jordanian rule. 

He was accepted to study optometry at Tel Aviv Universi…

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