A former Palestinian sniper turned Christian believes revival will break out in Gaza and thousands will come to Christ after the end of the Israel-Hamas war.
Taysir “Tass” Abu Saada, a former aide to the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, recently told CBN News’ Global Lane that God’s Holy Spirit is already changing Palestinian hearts through dreams and visions.
“Many Muslims are looking for an alternative to Islam,” he said. “My team is, naturally, sharing Christ. So we are looking at a good revival going on already in the Gaza Strip.”
It has been 104 days since Hamas terrorists carried out the savage massacre of hundreds of Israeli civilians on Oct. 7, marking the start of the Israel-Hamas War.
And many Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip have been caught in the crosshairs. Evidence has shown how Hamas has prevented evacuations of Palestinian civilians, keeping them in harm’s way and using them as civilian shields against Israeli attacks that are only intended to target terrorists.
As a result, the Hamas-run government of Gaza claims more than 24,000 people have been killed there since the war began, and thousands more are injured or presumed dead.
“Despite the destruction that is taking place, I believe God has a purpose to get the Palestinians in Gaza (to) wake up and look at a different alternative to what they believe,” he explained.
Saada said he believes hearts are turning to Jesus and confirmed a report late last year that hundreds of Gazans encountered Jesus in their sleep.
“I have a report from one of my team members that 200 Gazans gave their heart to Jesus in one lump sum,” Saada expressed. “The Lord appeared to them in visions and dreams and they were hugging each other and rejoicing. [They] realized all of them had the same vision that each one of them had.”
“Obviously, the Lord is doing His work and the believers in the land are doing their work,” he added.
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