Richard Ghazal

Richard Ghazal is Executive Director at In Defense of Christians. He is a retired U.S. Air Force judge advocate and intelligence officer.

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Season 1, Episode 10: A Christian’s View from the Cabinet

IDC’s Richard Ghazal sat down with Mr. Ano Abdulmaseeh Abdoka, Minister of Transportation and Communication in the Kurdistan Regional Government in northern Iraq.

Season 1 Episode 9: Looking Back at a Century of the Mid-East Christian Diaspora in the USA

Richard Ghazal sat down with Bishop Gregory Mansour of the Maronite Catholic Eparchy of Saint Maron in Brooklyn, NY, Dr….

Season 1 Episode 8: Looking Beyond “Sayfo”

Richard Ghazal sat down with Dr. Michael Wingert of Agora University, and Dr. Sofia Mutlu-Numansen of the University of Twente…

Season 1 Episode 7: What’s an “Arab Christian?”

Richard Ghazal sat down with Dr. Franck Salameh, Professor of Middle East history, culture, and political thought at Boston College…

Season 1 Episode 6: Copts & The Suffering of the Saints

Richard Ghazal sat down with Dr. Samuel Tadros of the Hudson Institute and Mariam Wahba of The Foundation for Defense…

Season 1 Episode 5: Lebanon’s Message

Richard Ghazal sat down with Bishop Gregory Mansour of the Maronite Catholic Eparchy of Saint Maron in Brooklyn, NY, and…

Season 1 Episode 4: Trials of the First Christian Nation

Richard Ghazal and William Roberts sat down with Aram Hamparian, Executive Director of the Armenian National Committee of America

Season 1 Episode 3: The Early Church & Eastern Christianity

Richard Ghazal sat down with Bishop Gregory Mansour of the Maronite Catholic Eparchy of Saint Maron in Brooklyn, NY, and…

In the Middle: A Podcast on Christianity in the Middle East – Episode 1: Gia’s March for the Martyrs

Richard Ghazal sits down with Gia Chacón, founder of “For the Martyrs” and the woman behind the annual “March for the Martyrs.”

The Moral Clarity of Christian Hostages in their Homeland

Christians in the Middle East have much to fear from speaking out about violence against Israel