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What is the purpose of the Interfaith Dialogue phenomenon promoted by Islamic speakers’ bureaus and networks?
In reaction to an interfaith meeting promoted by the Social Justice Ministry of the Catholic Church with guest speaker, the Iranian Director of the Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno, California, Reza Nekumanesh, hear this brief introduction to a talk, I, your host will give on the nature of Muslim Interfaith Dialogue. It will be held this Monday evening, 06, March 2017. (For more information and to RSVP, phone 661.834.4528 or 661.399.5215).
Muslims who make the rounds of the interfaith dialogue speaker’s circuit suggest that Jews and Christians worship the same God as do Allah’s followers. Is this in fact true?
If it is not, then what is the agenda behind interfaith dialogue? What results are manifest when Americans “buy into” the “sameness doctrine” propagated during interfaith forums nation-wide? Has this led to the imposition of politically correct speech and U.S. policies that ignore the threats of Islamism?
Is the “sameness doctrine” an effort to promote Islamic supremacy through a quiet and peaceful civilizational jihad in Western countries? And if so, how? How do interfaith dialogues ultimately, over the long term, represent a threat to America’s national security?
Also in this broadcast, hear more about Americans who support the Islamic State, IS/ISIS/ISIL/Daesh. Learn what one Tennessee woman is tweeting out as her husband is held inside Jordan. [See more at https://www.MEMRI.org/ Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor]
With North Korea’s calls for destroying the United States, a world on fire by Islamists striving for a new 21st century caliphate, and a fight to win the war against Islamic terrorists, learn more concerning President Trump’s decision to support an American budget that provides an historic increase in defense spending to rebuild a depleted military.
And in segments two and three of this week’s broadcast, hear an illuminating conversation with Tom Gnacke. Mr. Gnacke spent three-and-a-half years in Egypt.
Following Egypt’s evolution into a Muslim majority country, Christians are frequently murdered and have been subjected to dhimmitude, an Islamic system of ruling over dhimmis, non-Muslims, in which the conquered non-Muslim population lives not as equals, but as second class citizens or worse and in subjection to Shari’a or Islamic law.
In light of the ongoing massacres against the Christian population in Sinai, hear Mr. Gnacke share eye-witness accounts of how Christians have lived as a persecuted, oppressed minority community in the largest Muslim populated country in the Middle East, Egypt.