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Islam and Terrorism by Mark A. Gabriel
« on: August 14, 2009, 09:58:32 AM »
This is a powerful testimony from a former muslim who had to come to terms with the strife he felt in his heart. An imam at Al Ahzar (not sure if that is the correct spelling) Mark (name has been changed since his muslim days) had to reconcile what he was teaching at home with what was being taught abroad. When he could no longer stand it a Christian woman gave him hope through the gospel. Secretly he established a relationship with Jesus. When his father discovered his conversion he tried to gun Mark down. A quick escape led him to leave Egypt and go abroad. This book is amazingly indepth with how islam is presented to those on the outside looking in and how it is presented to those from the inside looking out. This is a must read for anyone hoping to understand more fully islam's role in the world and lives of its' adherence. Mark has a Phd in Islamic studies so his testimony is all the more powerful given his first hand knowledge.

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Doth that man love his Lord who would be willing to see Jesus wearing a crown of thorns, while for himself he craves a chaplet of laurel? Shall Jesus ascend to his throne by the cross, and do we expect to be carried there on the shoulders of applauding crowds? Charles H. Spurgeon

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Re: Islam and Terrorism by Mark A. Gabriel
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2009, 10:08:44 AM »
http://bibleprobe.com/MarkGarbriel-Introduction.htm here is a link to a response to islamic critisizm on his book.
Doth that man love his Lord who would be willing to see Jesus wearing a crown of thorns, while for himself he craves a chaplet of laurel? Shall Jesus ascend to his throne by the cross, and do we expect to be carried there on the shoulders of applauding crowds? Charles H. Spurgeon

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Re: Islam and Terrorism by Mark A. Gabriel
« Reply #2 on: November 19, 2009, 12:21:57 PM »
Shamless bump to put both Mark A Gabriel's books together ;D
Doth that man love his Lord who would be willing to see Jesus wearing a crown of thorns, while for himself he craves a chaplet of laurel? Shall Jesus ascend to his throne by the cross, and do we expect to be carried there on the shoulders of applauding crowds? Charles H. Spurgeon

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Re: Islam and Terrorism by Mark A. Gabriel
« Reply #3 on: April 15, 2010, 01:43:10 PM »
Mark A. Gabriel videos at muslims4jesus YouTube. You can hit the video responses for following the several parts of the video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tds8--EOEsk

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Re: Islam and Terrorism by Mark A. Gabriel
« Reply #4 on: December 15, 2014, 07:31:59 AM »
From "Islam and Terrorism" - by Mark A. Gabriel PHD
Dr. Gabriel is a former Muslim that graduated #2 out of a class of a class of 6,000 at Al-Azhar University in Egypt - the most prestigious Islamic University in the world.

In Chapter 7 "Human Rights Under Islam"

"Qaddafi Gets in Trouble With Islamic Law

Even dictators must live within the confines of Islamic law. For example, Libya's leader Muammar Qaddafi once declared that he no longer believed in anything besides the Quran and that he had abandoned all of the prophet Mudammad's teachings (hadith).

The Islamic world was shocked. Islamic scholars at Al-Azhar University in Egypt and other Islamic authorities in Saudi Arabia were disturbed greatly. The world of Islam formed a committee of scholars to go and meet with Libya's leader so they could discuss the matter with him personally.

Sheikh Mohammed Al-Gazoly, a scholar from Al-Azhar University, led the committee to Libya. The committee warned the Libyan leader about the result of his decision. They told him that if he did not repent and take back his statement, he would fall under the law of renegades and infidels. They said that according to Al-Qaeda Al-Faquhia he was denying many of the Islamic truths, which would force true Muslims to kill him. In light of this information, the leader of Libya repented and took back his statement. The committee went back from Libya to Cairo and announced Qaddafi's decision to repent to the whole Islamic world.

Even a man of power like Muammar Qaddafi was not free to believe as he wished. No one can escape the terroristic law of Islam. Therefore, no Islamic nation, government or parliament will ever be able to protect a renegade Muslim from the sword of Islam from taking the lives of ex-Muslims unless free countries follow the example of Holland and offer some protection to those people."