Islam and Terrorism
- How Islam was influenced by the warlike Arabian culture of the 7th century
- Atrocities committed by Muhammad in the name of Allah
- The story of the Egyptian student who came to study education in America and went on to write the first handbook of terrorism in the twentieth century
- The prominence of jihad (war against infidels) in Islamic theology
- How Egyptian fundamentalists murdered and robbed Christians to raise funds for terrorism
- The difference between a moderate Muslim and a fundamentalist Muslim
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Meet the Author
Mark A. Gabriel, PhD, grew up as a devout Muslim and is a former professor of Islamic history at Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt, the most prestigious Islamic university in the world. He was also a former pupil of the first World Trade Center bombing mastermind, Sheikh Omar Abdul Rahman. As a practicing Christian for more than a decade, he has earned a master's degree in world religions and a PhD in Christian education. He travels and lectures for a variety of groups all over the world.