A bold new thesis proposed in extremist studies is based in testimony of Middle Eastern Christian pastors. A Muslim man walked into the offices of a Christian pastor whose congregation in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley has been serving Syrian refugees since the outbreak of civil war. “I’ve hated you for the past eight years,” the Muslim said, “and I’ve tried to turn my community against you. But three months ago, it was your American doctors who treated me and paid for my hospital stay. “We hate these people,” he continued, “yet they come here and show us love. Tell me the…