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The Closing of the Muslim Mind

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The Closing of the Muslim Mind Robert ReillyChapter 9 – THE CRISIS The great crisis that has seized the Islamic world poses the question to Muslims: “Can we enter the modern world and also retain our faith?” Underlying this question is the widely held perception, stated by Chanddra Muzaffar, considered one of Malaysia’s most respected […]

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Petr Jasek Shares His Story

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Former Congressman Mark Siljander has been in Sudan for the past week to make a personal appeal for Mr. Jasek on Hardwired’s behalf, which led to his release. Tina Ramirez, Hardwired (NGO)   Traveling with Mark Siljander to Sudan (working on the release of Petr Jasek), I was given an extraordinary inside look into the […]

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#1 Cause For Human Suffering

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Re-post Content: Open Doors USA Conflict Kills – 20 Million At Risk Billions are spent responding to the symptoms… yet little to no effort is made healing and preventing the cause…The countries of Nigeria, South Sudan, Somalia and Yemen are experiencing a famine endangering the lives of over 20 million people. The causes are various. […]

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A Deadly Misunderstanding: “Hostage”

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Chapter 1 “Hostage”Why would Yasser Arafat want me dead? Why would he even care about some insignificant young freshman representative from Michigan?They said, We don’t think it’s about the length of your tenure, Congressman. It’s the passion of your words, continued the agent, that has caught the attention of certain people.Well, I’m not canceling my speech, […]

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20+ Million Starving to Death – Because of Conflict

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FAMINE ALERT – This is heart breaking. In each of these 4 countries, the cause of this humanitarian crisis…is conflict. Conflict between primarily Muslims and Christians that are causing this horrific suffering.Rather than responding to the symptoms (which is needed and important) – we need to start addressing what is actually causing this conflict in […]

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Is Forgiving My Enemy A Muslim Tradition?

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A few years ago, I was speaking to a group of Muslims about forgiving your enemy and a young lady said to me, “But forgiving your enemy is a Christian tradition and it’s not for Muslims.” Her statement shook me to my core as it contradicted many basic concepts I had found in the Qur’an […]

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