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“Religious conversion in war is rare today”

Religious conversion is hardly ever used as a weapon in modern warfare, says RT’s military analyst Eugene Khrushchev.

A video has emerged recently which appears to show US military trying to convert Afghans to Christianity. The footage shows American servicemen talking about distributing translated copies of the Bible among locals.

For more analysis, please check Eugene Khrushchev's blog.

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