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Ramadan 2013 – Day 24 – Indoctrination in the Schools of Western Nations

Indoctrination is defined as “teaching someone to accept doctrines uncritically.” One website described indoctrination as brain washing, and said the term implies long term and subtle methods. Twelve years have passed since the 9/11-terror attack on the United States by…

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Ramadan 2013 – Day 23 – The Plight of Islam’s Children

The words of the “adhan” or the Muslim call to prayer are first words a newborn Muslim baby hears. His or her father whispers into the child’s right ear, “God is great, there is no god but Allah. Muhammad is…

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Ramadan 2013 – Day 22 – The Root of Modern Sunni Islamic Terrorism

Modern Sunni Islamic terrorism can be traced back to the ideas and theories of two primary Islamist leaders, Hasan al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood and Sayyid Qutb commonly referred to as “the father of modern [Islamic] fundamentalism”. The…

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Ramadan 2013 – Day 21 – Alms for Allah’s Armies

Zakat (almsgiving) is one of the five pillars of Islam and therefore required for all Muslims. Zakat is the systematic giving of 2.5% of one’s wealth each year to benefit the poor. Zakat is based off the “wealth” of a…

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Ramadan 2013 – Day 20 – Christians – An Endangered Species

Omar M. Ahmad, former leader of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) was quoted in 1998 as saying, “Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant. The Koran, the Muslim book of…

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Ramadan 2013 – Day 19 – Sunni, Shiite and the Many Sects of Islam

Although Islam divides the world into two parts Dar-al-Islam (the world ruled by Islam) and Dar-al-Harb (the world ruled by non-Muslims), many westerners do not realize that Islam itself is divided into different sects. Muhammad did not leave any instructions…

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Ramadan 2013 – Day 18 – Muhammad’s Concept of Adoption

In the 1990s the phrase, “What would Jesus do?” abbreviated to WWJD became popular among evangelical Christians in the United States. The acronym was printed on bracelets and t-shirts, as a reminder that Christians should act in the same way…

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