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If my people, who are called by my Name, humble themselves and pray (Part One)

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Thursday, 6 June 2013

Anti-Zionism IS Anti-Semitism so says a Muslim Zionist!? In Britain!?

He's the one with the posh British accent. The one with heavy accent is the Egyptian Christian Rev. Both these men are taking risks with their lives.

Israel Today picked this one up from Arutz Sheva.

Watch and learn. It's not all bad news.

The Muslim is clearly very British and assimilated, if his accent is anything to go by. The Egyptian lacks a beard so is probably Protestant rather than Coptic.

In my previous post,"do-we-need-islamic-reformation." I observed that a back-to-basics approach ( fundamentalism) produced a very different answer depending on the basics and the founder. 

Here, we need to observe that a liberal approach can have an unexpected benefit. Liberalism, in theology, ignores the bits of the relevant holy book that the liberal doesn't like. In Judeo-Christianity this is a bad thing as it takes us away from Moses and the Messiah  (Reminder, this is a Christian blog that loves Israel.). In Islam, liberalism takes us away from - well you know what I mean.  

What is bad for Judeo-Christianity is good for Islam and vice-versa, which tells you all you need to know about Islam. Think about it!

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