Jesus, Jews and Jihad
Xulon Press, 2006 - 232 sidor
"Lest we fall victim to our own ignorance, we must discern the heart of the enemy. Freedom demands it. Truth demands it even more. The free world is gradually awaking to the rising peril of fundamental Islam and needs to understand the threat at its deepest level. We're suddenly faced with shocking realities, laws, customs, religious traditions and profound doctrines of holy war we may not fully comprehend. Jesus, Jews and Jihad illuminates the growing darkness that affects us daily and penetrates to the very heart of terrorism. This book will help dispel the gross misunderstandings that have become stumbling blocks to America and the free world"--Page 4 of cover.
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The 12th Imam
The Decline of America
The Third Jihad and the Rise of Wahabbism
Muhammad the Connection
The Master of Terror and Confusion
Five Pillars and Five Articles
Islamic Law and Divisions
Jesus a Mere Man?
People of the Book
Israel and Jesus Today
Justification and Solution
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