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Counting the Days

Jackie Mann was kidnapped in Beirut on the 12th of May 1989 by a previously unknown Islamist group. His wife, Sunnie Mann, led an international crusade to free her husband. He was eventually released after spending two years as a hostage.

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Counting the Days

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