Islam and Terrorism

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Dr. Brown discusses the terrorist attacks in France over the weekend and France’s response, the concept of “radical Islam,” and the refugee crisis and takes your calls. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.


Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: I want to repeat it yet again. Most Muslims today are not terrorists, but most terrorists today are indeed Muslims.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: If we stick our heads in the sand to Islamic terror today, we might lose our heads to Islamic terror tomorrow.


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Other Resources:

The Truth about ISIS and Radical Islam; Israel and the USA; and More

Reflections on Islamic Terror in France and the Potential of Revival in America

Why I’m Endorsing Ted Cruz, Terror in Israel, and Western Attitudes Towards Islam

  1. We need to embrace at this time our persecuted church. The first believer’s, in this part of the world. This is an opportunity to serve in the height of need.

  2. Why has there been no talk of allowing in CHRISTIAN refugees? Or Yazidis? They are the ones who have been suffering under ISIS!

    That’s what bothers me about this current “refugee crisis”. (Well, one of the things.) There have been no masses of Christians being let into Europe or anywhere else. All of a sudden, it’s thousands upon thousands of Muslims? They are unvetted, unscreened, and they are being allowed in before the countries receiving them have had a chance to even prepare and organize themselves to manage them effectively! That does not make sense even on a practical level. That’s like opening your doors on Thanksgiving to whoever wants to show up, without having any idea what sort of people are coming, how much food to prepare, or where everyone will sleep! Who does that?

  3. I am 34 years old. When I was in my mid-twenties I bought into some of the anti-semitic propaganda on the internet and developed an anti-Israel attitude. Later my feelings kinda mellowed and I became neutral on Israel.

    After I saw videos of the Islamic State terrorists beheading christians in the middle east I moved from a position of neutrality on Israel to fully supporting Israel. And these events in Paris strengthen my support for Israel.

    I have come to admire Israel for being able to preserve a jewish character in the midst of the middle east where minority religions such as christianity and judaism seem to have been persecuted for awhile.

    Some anti-semites on the internet try to point to radical left-wing jewish activists as reasons to dislike jews as a community. But jews are intellectually diverse and divided between right-wing and left-wing views. And I think also we have to be mindful of the fact that the jewish community just suffered a holocaust about 60 years ago and such a traumatic event could influence individual members of a community to adopt very radical positions. And we should treat that with acceptance and understanding.

    So I think that christians should stand together with jews and support Israel. Christians should also support the judeo-christian heritage of the western world, the jewish-christian heritage of the western world. The western world has a clear cultural heritage, this is not a racial thing but it is a cultural thing.

    I don’t support all policies of Israeli government, I have seen some things that maybe are a little harsh to palestinians.

    The Bible though says that Israel is the jewish homeland.

    And I also think we got to mend relations with Russia as well. America, Israel, and Russia need to stand together in these tough times. Radical factions within the islamic community wish to conquer the world.

    I am against mistreatment of muslims and I do not support any of these wars in the middle east… I don’t support the wars. I am anti-war. But I think if christians want to fight against islamization they have to spread the gospel and preach Jesus. Support Israel and work towards reconciliation with and acceptance of Russia.

    And its also important for christians to oppose antisemitism.

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