Canon Andrew White sat on Saddam Hussein's throne in the Presidential Palace
The Vicar of Baghdad – part one (lower resolution)
The Vicar of Baghdad – part two (lower resolution)
The Vicar of Baghdad – part three (lower resolution)
The Vicar of Baghdad – part four (lower resolution)
The Vicar of Baghdad, a documentary by Rageh Omaar and Al Jazeera about Canon Andrew White.
Canon Andrew White is Vicar of St Geoge’s Church in Baghdad and President of FRRME.
The Vicar of Baghdad
Dinner with Canon Andrew White
The Vicar of Baghdad: Through the valley of the shadow of death
The Vicar of Baghdad drops by for a cuppa
‘I don’t just work with nice people’
Canon Andrew White awarded Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy
The Vicar of Baghdad: Canon Andrew White on his return to Iraq
If I can dodge the bullets in Baghdad, then I’ll certainly never give in to MS
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The best book i have ever read, Most interesting book ever..x
Just sent for Another book of Andrew White, Amazing xx
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