Saturday, 11 May 2013

FrontPageMag: 'Scholar' of Islam Exposed

David Horowitz's FrontPageMag has described Pastor Usama Dakdok of StraightWay Grace Ministry as a 'scholar' yet we find Usama Dakdok does not even know basic Islamic eschatology despite claiming to have been educated on Islam in Egyptian school, college and university.

We have already seen, Usama Dakdok who is selling a book which he styles as a 'translation' of the Quran (which he names 'The Generous Quran') is ignorant of classical Arabic.

It does not look good for Usama Dakdok who has seen his honesty, educational background and qualifications all tarnished. I believe it's time for Usama Dakdok to come clean - he's fooled a few and made a bit of cash - it is over now Usama.

'Scholar' Usama Dakdok Ignorant of Islam


For more information about the blunders, lies, distorations and ignorance of Pastor Usama Dakdok see all the posts with the Usama Dakdok section:

http://thefactsaboutislam.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/Usama%20Dakdok

Usama Dakdok's Endorsements

On Usama's website, he lists those who have endorsed him, the list comprises of:

Bro. Steve Berry
Saline Baptist Church - St. Mary, Missouri


Pastor David Rice
Littleby Baptist Church - Mexico, MO


Senior Pastor David McGaffee
Pinehill Baptist Church - Olla, LA


Senior Pastor Lewis Gunn Jr.
Lake Wylie Christian Assembly


One wonders what these folk would say after viewing Pastor Usama Dakdok's track-record of dishonesty, ignorance, hatred and amateurism. I hope folks like Peter Lumpkins get the word out there within Southern Baptist Churches that Usama Dakdok is not the type of person one wants to be relying on for information about Islam.



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Daniel Greenfield: Obama’s Big Brotherhood Bet


FrontPage--In the spring of 2009, Obama went down to Cairo. He skipped the gaming tables at the Omar Khayyam Casino at the Cairo Marriott and instead went over to the Islamist baccarat tables at Cairo University and bet big on the Muslim Brotherhood.

Obama had insisted on Muslim Brotherhood attendance at a speech that was part apology and part abandonment. The apology was for American power and the abandonment was of American allies.

The text of the speech was largely inconsequential in the same way that most of the words that scroll across the teleprompters of politicians are. In politics, the speech is often the medium while the timing, the audience and the location are the message. And the message was that the Brotherhood’s hour had come.

Obama was following through on an idea that had long been an article of faith on the left. The idea was that the United States had invested in a defunct status quo and that our biggest problems were our allies. The only way out was to toss them all overboard.

Generations of diplomats had griped from their walled compounds in Riyadh, Kuwait City or Doha that many of our problems in the region would go away if Israel somehow went away. But this was bigger. It involved dumping every single allied government in the region to start fresh with new governments elected through popular democracy and enjoying popular support. It would be a new beginning. And a new beginning was also the title of the Cairo speech.

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ABC News--When it became clear last fall that the CIA’s now discredited Benghazi talking points were flawed, the White House said repeatedly the documents were put together almost entirely by the intelligence community, but White House documents reviewed by Congress suggest a different story.

ABC News has obtained 12 different versions of the talking points that show they were extensively edited as they evolved from the drafts first written entirely by the CIA to the final version distributed to Congress and to U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice before she appeared on five talk shows the Sunday after that attack.

White House emails reviewed by ABC News suggest the edits were made with extensive input from the State Department. The edits included requests from the State Department that references to the Al Qaeda-affiliated group Ansar al-Sharia be deleted as well references to CIA warnings about terrorist threats in Benghazi in the months preceding the attack.

That would appear to directly contradict what White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said about the talking points in November.

“Those talking points originated from the intelligence community. They reflect the IC’s best assessments of what they thought had happened,” Carney told reporters at the White House press briefing on November 28, 2012. “The White House and the State Department have made clear that the single adjustment that was made to those talking points by either of those two institutions were changing the word ‘consulate’ to ‘diplomatic facility’ because ‘consulate’ was inaccurate.”

Summaries of White House and State Department emails — some of which were first published by Stephen Hayes of the Weekly Standard — show that the State Department had extensive input into the editing of the talking points. (Continue Reading.)

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BBC--The UK has withdrawn some staff from its embassy in Libya in response to the "ongoing political uncertainty" in the country, the Foreign Office says.

It said: "The British Embassy is temporarily withdrawing a small number of staff, mainly those who work in support of government ministries which have been affected by recent developments."

However, it added that the mission in the Libyan capital of Tripoli remained "open as usual", including for consular and visa services.

Heavily armed militias have been besieging government buildings in Tripoli over the past month, blocking access to ministries to push their political demands.

Last month a car bomb exploded outside the French embassy in Tripoli, wounding two French guards and several residents.

It was the first major attack on a foreign embassy in the Libyan capital.

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