Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Comparing Jews for Jesus to Radical Muslims

Here's a new one.
Although he won’t allow his face to be photographed and refuses to divulge where he lives, Dr. Hamid speaks throughout the US on understanding — and challenging — radical Islamic ideology.

I’m reminded of Jews trying to dialogue with Jews for Jesus and other Christian proselytizers. Either you know your Torah, or drown in their specious arguments.

The same applies to discussions with Muslims, says Dr. Hamid.

“It is vitally important to confront Islamic organizations in the US on these points. They should clarify their positions in an unambiguous manner. Of course, they will say what they say. But you must put your questions to them in a clear manner. Do not give them a chance to blame the world for their own actions. They know how to play with the words. I know, because I was one of them."

I enjoy interacting with people who know their Torah, personally.

I wonder what these specious arguments are. Does Jews for Jesus obfuscate their positions?

Andrea Jacobs, if you are out there and reading this, please shoot me an email or comment or something.

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