By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter
On Saturday, August 28 conservative talk radio and cable TV host Glenn Beck drew 20,000 people for a march in Birmingham urging Christian unity across racial, political, and philosophical lines ostensibly to draw attention to growing persecutions of Christians in the Middle East and Africa where ISIS has brutalized, imprisoned, enslaved, and murdered the Christian minorities in Syria, Iraq, and Libya. Beck was joined by popular actor and activist, Chuck Norris, in Birmingham. The group chanted: “All Lives Matter” during the march.