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Yael to Speak at Religious Liberty Panel

Penny Nance (Concerned Women of America) with IDF officer and Yael Eckstein at one of the IDF Fellowship Social Clubs, sitting on couch IFCJ

This coming Monday, May 4, Fellowship Senior Vice President Yael Eckstein will be in Washington, D.C., to speak on Capitol Hill on a subject of great importance – religious persecution in the Middle East.

The Fellowship and Concerned Women for America will be presenting a Religious Liberty Panel at the Capitol Hill Visitor Center. Featured Speakers will include:

- Erick Stakelbeck – Correspondent, author, and terrorism analyst
- Yael Eckstein – Senior Vice President of The Fellowship
- Penny Nance – President of Concerned Women for America
- Dr. Walid Phares – Correspondent, author, and terrorism expert

You can find out more here.

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