Usama Dakdok: September 27, 2017
(Program #33) Usama Dakdok reveals the dangers of interfaith dialogues by playing the audio of the interfaith dialogue between James White and Jihadi Yasir-Qadhi. Usama will start and stop the audio as he provides commentary and uses this as a opportunity to refute the misinformation with truth.
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Usama Dakdok was born in Egypt and raised in a Christian home as the son of a Baptist pastor. He became a Christian at the age of eleven. Usama learned about Islam in school because it was, and still is, a mandatory subject. To further his knowledge of Islam, he studied Islamic law in college. Usama came to the United States in 1992 after his marriage to Vicki, an American whom he met in Germany, where they were both in a full-time ministry. Usama holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology and a Master’s Degree in Missions from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
Usama is now working to warn American Christians about the dangers of Islam and the rise of Sharia law in America. Usama worked for four years to translate the Koran into perfect English. The twenty-one English copies of the Koran that are now available have been white-washed. Usama's perfect English translation reveals the accurate and dangerous worldview of Islam. Usama will be speaking on this topic at the Worldview Weekend and will also equip you with the best way to share the truth of the Bible and Jesus Christ with Muslim friends or neighbors. Usama will also address the dangers of "evangelical" leaders entering into "interfaith coalitions" with Muslims and the three different types of Jihad called for in the Koran. Usama will also reveal why so many mosques are being built in America and who is funding their construction. Worldview Weekend featured Usama on their national radio program for two broadcasts and on their national television program for three, one hour interviews. These interviews with Usama have been some of the most requested interviews in Worldview Weekend's eighteen years.