Russia Getting Tough On Islam

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Air Date: December 04, 2013

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Ted Shoebat

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Ted Shoebat is the son of Walid Shoebat, a former Muslim terrorist and Muslim Brotherhood activist. Ted is the author of, ‘In Satan’s Footsteps’ which he authored at age 16. He is also the primary contributor to the book, ‘For God or for Tyranny: When Nations Deny God’s Natural Law.’ Ted is also the director for Rescue Christians, an organization that is on the ground in Muslim lands, rescuing Christians from persecution.

Other nations are not plagued by the Enlightenment idea that is prevalent here in the U.S. that absolute religious freedom must be maintained due to the belief that every ideology deserves equal liberties. One example is Russia, a nation that does not tolerate the Muslim faith. This fact is made clear via two quotes Ted presents from the Mayor of Moscow dealing with the building of new mosques and the cultural divide caused by Islam.

Ted believes that if you give every religion equal liberties, a competition takes place and no matter what you do, one ideology will have to become dominant, even if the government doesn’t get involved. The result is that Islam is competing for dominance in the West as both a religion and a political ideology as it seeks to infiltrate the politics and the infrastructure of the nations.

Now take a look at America and President Barack Obama specifically. He has given weapons to Islamists in Syria who are using those weapons to kill Christians. On the other hand he has communicated his desire to take away the right of Americans to purchase semi-automatic weapons.
Since he seems determined to get rid of the Second Amendment here while establishing one for Islamists in Syria, should we be surprised at the rapidly increasing number of mosques in America by those who don’t share our way of life?

Find out more regarding the different approaches that America and Russia are taking concerning Islam when you review this vital edition of Crosstalk.

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