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“Put simply, outside of a few progressive districts, secular-minded young activists in the party are unable to win voters’ trust.” DANIEL K. WILLIAMS in The New York Times

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

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“Daniel Williams pulls together extensive, first-hand reportage, salient historical antecedents, and intelligent political analysis to trace the contours of an unfolding tragedy”: FORSAKEN on New American

Thursday, October 27th, 2016

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“It became clear there was an ideology at work” DANIEL WILLIAMS for Christian Solidarity International

Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

“I came across Christian persecution over the years. I didn’t put it together as a pan-Middle East issue until I was in Egypt during the Arab Spring, when it became clear that there was an ideology at work, that there was an idea behind Christian persecution.”

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On, DANIEL WILLIAMS explains the unique plight of Arab Christians

Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

“Christians are being persecuted in the Middle East under the reign of a particular ISIS ideology,” says Williams, an ideology also adhered to by other adherents to the hard-line salafist trend in Islam. “According to this thinking, Christians do not belong in the Middle East and they are seen to weaken Islam,” he adds, although this repudiates core tenets of mainstream Muslims.

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In a Washington Post op-ed, DANIEL WILLIAMS, author of FORSAKEN, urges asylum for persecuted Iraqi Christians

Monday, December 7th, 2015

The recent long-distance debate between GOP presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (Tex.) and President Obama over the fate of Syrian and Iraqi refugees — and especially Christians — was both unseemly and misguided. Both are wrong about why Christians should or should not be singled out for special protection.

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