This week I spoke to Wall Street Journalist Sohrab Ahmari who announced his conversion to the Twittersphere on the day the French priest Fr Jacques Hamel was murdered by Jihadists. As a Muslim-born Iranian, Sohrab first doubted God, before flirting with Nietzsche and Marxism. But he was always slighlty in love with the Mass and once day he decided to go. I spoke to him to find out his full story.
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