Insights on the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the Question of an Islamic Antichrist

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Dr. Brown talks with David Rubin, former mayor of Shiloh, Israel, about the new Islamic leadership of Egypt and then interviews Joel Richardson, author of The Mideast Beast: The Scriptural Case for an Islamic Antichrist.

Hour 1:


Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: There is terror in and all around Israel. There are constant threats to the nation and the world. We must pray with fervor, “God, Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth and in Israel.”

Hour 2:


Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: We must pay attention to Islam. 1.5 billion people, many of them zealous and wanting to worship the one true God, all of them lost without Jesus. Perhaps the greatest harvest field of the age.

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David Rubin is Founder and President of Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund (which treats terror victim children) and author of The Islamic Tsunami (available on



  1. Hi Dan1el. Good question. I am reading Joel Richardson’s book. My brother. Read the book look at the history of Israel look at what is happening in the west and the spread of Chrislam. What is the fastest growing religion in the west?
    I really would like to learn more about prophecy. I have been a Christian a few years seems that this issue has been avoided. Thank God for men like Dr. Brown and Brother Joel Richardson that are willing to fight the good fight and risk it all.

  2. List of ‘Christlam signers’. Just to give you an idea of the magnitude of the ‘new move’.

    Considering the daily news from most of the countries in the Middle East, this concept of ‘Peace’ is incredibly blindsided!

    In Him, Ron M.

    (ps, still transitioning back to VOR. Will stop posting here soon.)

  3. Ron,

    Thanks for this link. There are some prominent leaders who signed this document whom I respect and know personally, which makes me wonder what they were thinking in signing this. Did they see it as a way to reach out in evangelism? In any case, I’ll need to ask them why before I make a final judgment, but obviously, this is a few years old already. Again, thanks!

  4. from Mike Evan’s e-mail (he sends out little news blurbs 3 or 4 times a week along with solicitations for his new building in Jaffa; the plus-side being he is a long-time friend of Netanyahu.)
    More than 20 years ago I confronted Dr. Hanan Ashrawi, a noted Palestinian apologist at the Madrid Peace Conference. After her remarks, I asked her why Israel should give up Judea and Samaria (the so-called West Bank) in exchange for peace when Arab nations had started three wars against Israel before Israel conquered that land in 1967. She replied that she was descended from the first Palestinian Christian—Jesus. I said, “No you are not! Jesus was a Jew born in the Jewish city of Bethlehem!”
    Now this same woman who claims Jesus was a Palestinian led the charge to have the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem added to the UNESCO World Heritage List as a Palestinian landmark…and they are likely to succeed. The approval has been placed on the fast track after a vote that Ashrawi described as “a welcome recognition by the international community of our historical and cultural rights in this land.”
    Prime Minister Netanyahu’s office released a statement after the vote saying, “Instead of taking steps to advance peace, the Palestinians are acting unilaterally in ways that only distance it. The world should remember that the Church of the Nativity, which is sacred to Christians, was desecrated in the past by Palestinian terrorists.”

  5. In this world it seems to me that there may be many antichrists, and that one evil spirit may be connected to so many others.

    When someone is wrong it seems that it isn’t just in one small point that they are wrong. It seems that to be wrong in one point is to be wrong in nearly everything.

    Just as every Christian is connected by one Spirit, is it also in a similar way with those who are against Christ?

    The Bible seems to be basicly about two men, one spiritual, and one carnal, one of this world, and one from heaven.

  6. Not always are people wrong in nearly everything because they are wrong on one point, yet it seems that one error begets another and that so much error can come about by one mistake.

    One sin is a violation of the whole law and every sin has some type of consequence.

    When we are cleansed of one sin, I wonder how much we really get clean of. Likely more than I can presently know.

  7. @Daniel, the Jews have signed “peace agreements”with Muslims before. And if a Muslim false prophet could bring fire down from heaven and they would die if they didn’t bow, many secular Jews would rather live as a Muslim than die a secular Jew.

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