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by Dan Wolf

On 12/21/17 the following letter appeared in the Richmond Times-Dispatch editorials.

Jesus plays a vital role in Islam

Many people think that Muslims don’t believe in Jesus (peace on him). But this is not true. Muslims do believe in Jesus. We believe he is a prophet. In the Christian community, Jesus’ birthday is celebrated on Dec. 25 every year. Many people also may not know that chapter 19 of the Holy Quran is named after Jesus’ mother, Mary. In this chapter, God states that the birth of Jesus was not in December but it was in the summer.

As an Ahmadi Muslim, I hold the belief that Jesus survived the crucifixion and traveled toward India to continue his mission among the lost tribes of Israel. Thus Jesus’ mission of conveying his message to people of all tribes of Israel was completed. He died a natural death at the approximate age of 120 in Kashmir, India. We believe the tomb of Jesus, known as the tomb of Prophet Yes Asif, still exists in the Khanna quarter of the city of Srinagar, Kashmir.

Islam presents Jesus as a human who believed in absolute unity and indivisibility of God. As a prophet, Jesus is very important to Muslims. We honor and respect him. As Muslims, we read, learn, and try our best to act the way all prophets did. This is why whenever someone mentions the name of any of God’s prophets, a Muslim adds the words of blessing and respect “upon him be peace.”

Salma Ahmad,

Underlying the Letter

There are at least three things that should be pointed out about the above letter’s contents.

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FBI Foils Plot for San Francisco Christmas Day Attack

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Voice of America News

The FBI has arrested an American man who allegedly plotted a terrorist attack on a popular tourist site in San Francisco to be carried out on Christmas Day.

Federal authorities announced Friday that they had arrested Everitt Aaron Jameson, 26, of Modesto, California, this week.

Jameson allegedly told an undercover FBI agent that he planned to target the Pier 39 in San Francisco by remotely detonating explosives and then shooting people with an automatic rifle as they fled.

According to FBI documents, Jameson chose that location because he had been there before and knew it was a crowded area. He also told the FBI agent that Monday, Christmas Day, would be a "perfect day" for an attack. He said he did not have an escape plan "because he was ready to die."

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The Evil of Whitewashing Islam

Craig Biddle |  The Objective Standard

One religion today regularly motivates large numbers of its followers to murder, behead, rape, and enslave people across the globe. That religion is Islam. Not Christianity. Not Judaism. Not Buddhism. Islam. Only Islam. You know this. I know this. Everyone paying attention knows this.

The Koran explicitly and repeatedly commands Muslims to engage in jihad or “holy war” whether they like it or not. “Jihad (holy fighting in Allah’s Cause) is ordained for you (Muslims) though you dislike it, and it may be that you dislike a thing which is good for you and that you like a thing which is bad for you. Allah knows but you do not know” (e.g., 2:2169:38). The Koran explicitly and repeatedly commands Muslims to “kill the unbelievers wherever you find them” (e.g., 2:1919:5), “strike off their heads” (e.g., 8:1247:4), make sex slaves of their wives and daughters (e.g., 4:2433:50), and continue this jihad “until all opposition ends and all submit to ‘Allah’” (e.g., 8:399:29). You know this. I know this. Everyone paying attention knows this.

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Why Islam Is Not the Way

Koran Converts Muslim to Christianity

Advent is a special time of the year to remember who God is and what He has done for us. The Bible speaks His truth. I recently heard Mario Joseph’s testimony, and it is one of the best I’ve heard for a long time. Born a Muslim, and becoming an imam at age 17, he recounts his path on coming to know God and serving Him at a retreat center in India.

He points out again that one of the greatest weapons we have in defeating Islam’s false ideology is the Qur’an itself. Within its inconsistencies, the truth can be found. But we must first know the truth ourselves to defend it and lead those in need to it.

Mario’s testimony does not condemn, but shows how God’s light first shown in his life. It is what we as Christian’s are meant to do. The video can be found at:

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Jihadis All Want One Thing – Sharia Imposed on the World

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John Guandolo | Understanding the Threat

Unanimously, all of the violent jihadi groups (Al Qaeda, the Islamic State, Boko Haram, Abu Sayef, Al Shabaab, Hamas, Hizbollah…), the suit-wearing jihadis of the Muslim Brotherhood, and the 57 Islamic members of the OIC (Organisation of Islamic Cooperation) – the heads of state of all 56 Islamic nations plus the Palestinian territories – clearly state they seek to impose sharia (Islamic Law) on the earth.

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A Word to the Left

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CrossArticle 11 in a Series (see full lnterfaith list here)

This final article continues discussions from last time considering why God must be good. To go further, someone good must be just, as justice is the virtue of giving each their due. The worker earns their wages and should be paid what they have earned. It is morally right. Doing the moral thing is good. Therefore a moral being must give someone what they have earned. As God is not only good, but the source of good, He must also be morality’s source.

Don’t Let Go of God’s Moral Instructions, No Matter What

As God is creation’s creator, He is also its governor. In Jonathan Edwards’ words,

[T]he Creator of the world is doubtless also the Governor of it. He that had power to give being to the world, and set all the parts of it in order, has doubtless power to dispose of the world, to continue the order he has constituted, or to alter it.[1]

Governance requires communication. As governor, God’s law is a means of communicating His commands to His creation. As creator, His law is supreme. Man’s disobedience is therefore rebellion, a rebellion that is the closest man can come to committing a capital crime against God. If God is just, man must be punished. There is no balance, no mixing of good works and bad works. Virtue is not a balance. There are only fully virtue and vice.

Christianity provides a simple solution to a pagan paradox. “Paganism declared that virtue was in a balance. Christianity declared it was in a conflict; the collision of two passions apparently opposite.”[2] Conflict within a will to do good or evil, to promote virtue or practice vice. This view is Christianity’s key to ethics. Paganism holds this passion to be a mixture, a blending of white and black into gray. Accepting the pagan view means becoming not too much of anything. One is neither too prideful nor too humble, too boastful nor too meek. However, when one is not too much of anything, they are also not much of anything. We do not fulfill our purpose or utilize the gifts we have each been given.

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On This September 11th UTT Calls on American Leaders to Do Their Duty

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John Guandolo | Understanding the Threat

It has been 16 years since 19 jihadis from Saudi Arabia flew airplanes into the Twin Towers in New York, the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, and tried to reach the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. but failed because of the heroic efforts of American citizens.

Since that day, America has fought and lost two wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, not because of a failure of Marines, soldiers, sailors, or airmen, but because American political and military leaders failed to do their legal duty to KNOW the enemy.

Since that day, many American pastors and rabbis have misinformed their flocks and told them the god of Islam – allah – is the same as the God of Israel and the Father of Jesus the Christ of Nazareth.

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Can't We Talk About This?

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James Simpson | Bombthrowers

There is a new film out by Pamela Geller, Can’t We Talk About This? Those were the last words spoken by Theo Van Gogh as he was being murdered at 9 in the morning on a main thoroughfare in Amsterdam. I urge you to watch and support this film.

Van Gogh was a good friend of Pam’s. He had just completed a short film with Ayaan Hirsi Ali, titled Submission.(video link and you must see)

It describes the treatment of women under Islam. Mohammed Bouyeri, a  Moroccan-Dutch Muslim, took offense at the film and shot Van Gogh as he was riding to work on his bike. Bouyeri then stabbed Van Gogh, cutting his neck in an attempt to behead him. He used a second knife to pin a note on Van Gogh’s body.

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Henrico County: Lawfare, American Property Rights versus Muslim Supremacy


(Henrico VA ) The Wright Scoop launches book Lawfare, American Property Rights versus Muslim Supremacy.

Across the Natiolawfarepix2n, battles occur between Islamic entitlement and enforcement of American civil liberties and property rights. One such battle is occurring in exurban Henrico County in central Virginia between legacy American property rights and expansion of the Islamic Center of Richmond (ICR). This battle is not about freedom to worship protected under the First Amendment or federal laws granting exemption waivers from local land zoning laws. It is about abuse of the courts through lawfare to create a Muslim preserve in Central Virginia through force majeure, harassment and intimidation.

Lawfare, American Property Rights versus Muslim Supremacy

As Wright’s book documents, criminal and civil court proceedings have revealed activities by those associated with Henrico County VA and the Islamic Center of Richmond to be more based on a political agenda; then, theology or laws and regulation. As observed by others:

“Protecting religious freedom does not mean permitting people to violate the law in the name of religious freedom. Religious freedom remains freedom to believe, but not a freedom to act in violation of facially neutral laws. For many years people defended racist laws as being required by their religion. But religion should not grant one the right to ignore the law. Jefferson advised us that if a neutral law required action that violated a person’s religious belief that person had to abide by the law. We are a nation of laws after all.” Christopher Peace, delegate Hanover County for VA General Assembly

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What Christians Should Not Do

Article 10 in a Series  (see full lnterfaith list here)

CrossThis series ends by going back to the beginning, why these articles were written in the first place. First, the present inter-faith discussions do not promote open dialogue. The outcome is determined by its participants before an event begins. Second, Islam’s supporters use these events to paint a false picture of Islam and thereby promote division among the uninformed within Richmond’s Jewish and Christian communities. Third, as just alluded to, many Christian’s understanding of their own faith today is so thin they do not understand the differences between Christianity and Islam—let alone why they matter.

The Purpose

A further peril arises because progressive ideas exist within our society today. These parallel Islam in many respects, because they both come from the same root. If we do not get this right, we risk losing our identity as a people, and that is simply unacceptable. Therefore, these final articles focus on three actions we as Christians should not take, using inconsistencies and deficiencies expressed by secularists and some American Christians, and applying simple logic.

Previous articles reviewed some significant differences between Christianity and Islam, and why they matter. This wasn’t done to promote division, but used both Christian and Islamic source documents to put forward truth. We need a meaningful discussion to make informed decisions, and only understanding truth gives us that opportunity. It is unfortunate today that truth is rejected by some within our society, but that is all the more reason why it must be spoken. It is rare and essential.

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Lawfare in Henrico County and Living in Fear

Across the Nation, the Islamic Movement is quietly, community by community, conquering America. How?

Elected officials defend and promote the jihadist. In fact, in many cases, it is the Department of Justice (DOJ) and state governments that have done their best to accommodate Muslims even when the supported Muslim community is waging Civilization Jihad, lawfare, against an affected location.

Such a battle is occurring in exurban Henrico County in central Virginia between legacy American property rights and expansion of the Islamic Center of Richmond (ICR). In addition to legal harassment, the community of Hoehns Lakeview Farms has experienced numerous acts of criminal violence including death threats. For details, link and view a video Living in Fear, (see video below).

Seeking protection for her community, ‘dominant landowner’ Sylvia Hoehns Wright solicited help from Christopher Peace, delegate Hanover County for VA General Assembly who influenced the enactment of an antiSLAPP amendment effective July 1, 2016 which not only protected Wright’s community but all state of Virginia residents.  

So, what can you do? Make a choice to ‘stand with’, join Wright and her community in an effort to hold governmental leaders accountable.  Educate yourself, review GoFundMe – Hoehns Lakeview Farms,  .

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How Should Christian’s Respond

Article 9 in a Series

CrossThe previous articles focused on some of the differences between Islam and Christianity, and why those differences matter. Islam’s ideology is both contrary to and incompatible with Christian doctrine and principles. Principles that form our society’s very foundation. This article looks at how we, as Christians, should respond to this threat—and by extension to any other threat. The difference comes down to Jesus and His teachings, and that is where we’ll start.

Jesus of Nazareth

Jesus continues to influence the world in ways that few others have ever done. Volumes were written by the early church fathers and are still written about Him today; about His life, His teachings, and their life lessons for us. His life and death are corroborated by non-Christian sources as cited in article 6. It comes down to who is He, what He promised, and what He called us to do. We’ll look to the Bible for answering these questions as it contains His word.

Who Is Jesus?

There are many passages that could be cited to answer all three questions, but Jesus himself provides the answers. These quotes are simple and go straight to the heart of the matter in each case.

Jesus said to him [Thomas], “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me. If you had known Me, you would have known My Father also; from now on you know Him, and have seen Him.” John 14:6-7[1]

God is the only way to truth and life, and Christ is One with the Father which is why His promise matters.

What Did He Promise?

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U.S. Islamic Movement Enters Final Stage

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Understanding the Threat

The leading edge of the Islamic Movement’s Final Stage in the United States is upon us. The violence is now beginning in earnest.More Dead Cops

One day in the future, history will record with great astonishment how military leaders, politicians on both sides of the aisle, intelligence professionals, and others were catastrophically unprofessional for 16 years after 9/11/2001, thus putting the American people in grave peril.

Understanding the Threat’s (UTT) has trained thousands of local, state and federal officers/agents on the Islamic threat (sharia and the jihadi network in the US), the hard-left Marxist/Socialist/Communist threat, and how these Movements work together to bring down the U.S. government.

The response to UTT’s training is always the same:  (1) none of those in attendance, including FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force agents/officers, have ever heard the information presented, and (2) they all agree it is critical to protecting their communities.  See some comments here.

When UTT’s President John Guandolo was recruited out of the FBI by the Department of Defense (end of 2008) he briefed a number of 3 and 4 star generals and admirals, numerous Members of Congress, the Chairmen of the House Intelligence, Homeland Security, and Judiciary Committees, former Directors of intelligence agencies, former National Security Advisors, and others.  None of these good men and women were aware of the massive jihadi network in the United States, nor what sharia is and how it operates to drive the Global Islamic Movement.

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Jihad’s Nature

Article 8 in a series (see full lnterfaith list here)

Interfaith Yoga DiversityThis article covers a topic that most of us have some familiarity with—jihad. There is much misinformation about this topic, so we are going to focus on only a few significant items.

What Does Jihad Mean?

The first item is what exactly does jihad mean. According to Pete Seda, “the word jihad literally means struggle.”[1] This is true, but what really matters is what does this word mean within the context of the Qur’an? What kind of struggle? Below are just a few verses from it and Ibn Ishaq’s sirat.[2]

Then, when the sacred months have passed, slay the idolaters [non-believers] wherever ye find them, and take them (captive), and besiege them, and prepare for them each ambush. But if they repent and establish worship and pay the poor-due, then leave their way free. Lo! Allah is Forgiving, Merciful. (S9.5)[3]

Fight in the way of Allah, and know that Allah is Hearer, Knower. (S2.244)

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Why the Differences in God’s Nature Matter


Interfaith Yoga DiversityArticle 7 in a Series  (see full lnterfaith list here)


By Dan Wolf  

Articles 2 and 6 explored some significant differences between God and Allah. This article examines one implication of those differences. Truth. Will. Not so much what it is or is not, but rather is it timeless and changeless or does it change with time? And if the latter, what are some implications of the difference?

God’s Will

The Bible is clear that God’s will, His Word and promises do not change. They were spoken once before time for all time. We have the following passages from the Bible supporting this idea.

God is not a man, that He should lie, Nor a son of man, that He should repent; Has He said, and will He not do it? Or has He spoken, and will He not make it good? Numbers 23:19[1]

Every good thing given and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow. James 1:17

Remember those who led you, who spoke the word of God to you; and considering the result of their conduct, imitate their faith. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. Hebrews 13:7-8

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