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Converted scion of noted Muslim family warns of Islamic conspiracy

In a play for accord, they push Christians to deny Christ's divinity and adopt the Koran

Converted scion of noted Muslim family warns of  Islamic conspiracy

A former Sunni imam with deep family connections to the Muslim Brotherhood argues that organizations like the Islamic Society of North America are just Muslim Brotherhood front organizations trying to deceptively lure American churches and Christians denominations into denying Jesus Christ.

Dr. Mark Christian, a former prominent Muslim from Egypt whose great uncle was a co-founder of Muslim brotherhood and is now a Christian lecturer with the goal of warning people about the impact of Islam on the world today, conducted a webinar on March 21 titled "Is Islam Luring the American Church Into Denying Jesus?"

In the webinar hosted by the American Pastors Network, Christian explained how he became an imam at the early age of 13 because of his advanced knowledge of the Quran and his family ties. However, by the time he was 23 he began questioning Islam and later left the religion. After about 10 to 15 years of living "dead inside," Christian became a Christian and accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior.

Christian, who is now the executive director of the Nebraska-based Global Faith Institute, spoke for over an hour about how some Muslims and Muslim organizations in America are trying to use "Islamic deception" to fool Americans.

Christian argued that organizations like the Muslim Students' Association, the North American Islamic Trust and the Islamic Society of North America, which he says was funded heavily by Muslim Brotherhood members in Egypt, Pakistan and other countries when it was started in 1982, are trying to deceive the American public into accepting the Islamic agenda.

"The Islamic Society of North America is one of the biggest organizations of the Muslim Brotherhood in North America right now. Under their umbrella is MSA. Under their umbrella is NAIT. Their main mission is to do interfaith dialogue to educate, fund and promote Islamic agenda," Christian said.

This article continues at [Christian Post] Is Islam Luring the Christian Church Into Denying Jesus? Converted Imam Answers

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