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Priest embraced Islam, (5) Ex- Coptic Priest and Missionary (Egypt)-i

By: Safaa Abdel-Aziz | Nov 28, 2010 This is the fifth priest in this series of "Priests Embraced Islam"; Ibrahim Khalil Ahmed. He was an Egyptian Coptic priest and missionary. He studied Islam to find gaps to attack it; instead he embraced Islam with his four children, one of them is now a brilliant professor in Sorbonne University, Paris France.

In Bible Vs Quran, Man ate the bread of Angels

By: Prof.dr. Ibrahim Khalil | Nov 25, 2010 The Bible says that "Man ate the bread of Angels". Have the Angels bread? Do the Angels eat? In Islam, the Angels have no sex, they do not eat, drink, sleep or rest and they do not have Bread. The Angels are created from pure light. Has the light bread? Does the light eat?

Priest embraced Islam, (4) Ex- Jehovah's Witness Minister (USA)-i

By: Safaa Abdel-Aziz | Nov 24, 2010 This is the fourth priest in this series of "Priests Embraced Islam". His name: Raphael Narbaez Jr., Ex- Jehovah's Witness Minister (USA). He was headed for a position of leadership among some 900,000 Jehovah's Witnesses in the United States. On November 1991, he traded in his Bible for the Quran.

Muhammad violated some 100 established customs (5) do not listen, do not obey

By: Safaa Abdel-Aziz | Nov 21, 2010 The Arabs before Islam were too proud; they considered the listening and obedience kind of humiliation, shame, disgrace, embarrassment, dishonor and inferiority. The Prophet Muhammad gave them many practical lessons about listening to the others and taking the other opinions.

Priest embraced Islam, (3) ex- minister of the United Methodist Church -ii

By: Safaa Abdel-Aziz | Nov 18, 2010 The ex- minister of the United Methodist Church says: "As the years passed by, I became increasingly concerned about the loss of religiousness in American society at large. Religiousness is a living, breathing spirituality and morality within individuals, and should not be confused with religiosity, which is concerned with the rites, rituals, and formalized creeds of some organized entity, e.g. the church. American culture increasingly appeared to have lost its moral and religious compass".

Universities should provide more English language support such as ESL Proofreading

By: Zac Wearden | Nov 10, 2010 Another difficultly for many ESL international students studying in English speaking countries is the tendency for universities to group them together in student residences. The idea behind this is that it will make the settling in process easier. The negative by-product of this is that it means these students spend a large amount of their time speaking in their native tongue as most of their neighbours will be from their home country.

In Bible versus Quran, they spoke against Jehovah and Moses

By: Prof.dr. Ibrahim Khalil | Oct 13, 2010 In the Bible, the people (the Israelites) spoke against God and against Moses, and said, "Why have you brought us up out of Egypt to die in the desert? There is no bread! There is no water! And we detest this miserable and worthless food". In the Quran, Moses' people were almost always complaining.
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