By: Ardis E. Parshall - March 28, 2016 (Part 1) In September 1948, Elder James J. McFarlane, a young elder from the United States serving in Aleppo, Syria, was summoned, with his three missionary companions, to the offices of the Surété Generale, Syria’s security agency, and interrogated about a letter he had written to a missionary friend in South America. That letter detailed the primitive conditions under which the elders worked ...
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