Season 1, Islam: The Real Truth About the “Religion of Peace”, Episode 1

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April 6, 2017

In this episode which is made specially for our Charter Subscribers, Dr. Srdja Trifkovic defines the texts we will be referring to, specifically the Koran, sunna, hadiths, and the system of cataloguing the Koran in “suras.” He goes on to discuss the type of world that Mohammed, the so-called prophet, was born into, the types of religion practiced in that part of the world, and the development of Islam prior to the taking of Mecca.


Original Air Date: April 6, 2017
Show Run Time: 41 minutes
Show Guest(s): Dr. Srdja Trifkovic
Show Host(s): Stephen Heiner

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2 Responses

  1. Dot says:

    Thank you Dr. Trifkovic for this first episode on Islam. I have purchased your book, The Sword of the Prophet and find it most interesting.

    In February, I wrote a response to an Islamophilic article that was written by a syndicated columnist from the Washington Post. Six weeks later another article was written about a meeting in my county to promote religious and cultural tolerance. The panel consisted of the head of a Religious Action Center in Washington, DC who is Jew, the Dean of a Presbyterian Seminary who also had been mayor of my town and a Muslim who came from the American Muslim Institute in Omaha, Nebraska.

    Questions were taken from the audience, one of which had to do with why terrorism seems to attract some of the Muslim faith. The response by the panel was blamed on white men “many of whom profess Christianity, remain the most dangerous groups in the world”. An example was provided concerning the murder of several blacks by a white male. The Rabbi reminded the audience that “God commanded the Jewish people to “”love the stranger because you were strangers in the land of Egypt,”. The Muslim commented that he does “not recognize the so-called radical Muslim”, that “the media focuses on the negative and controversial”. He asked, “”Do they have anything to do with Islam?”” …”Absolutely not”.”

    I found this article very troublesome because, without realizing it, the Dean of the Theological Seminary and the Rabbi, who is an “internationally renowned speaker on matters of Jewish-based social justice, interfaith associations and Jewish-Muslim relations”, put Christianity and Judaism on the same plane as the Muslim faith. I see this as a triumph for Islam and an outrage, especially from the Christian minister who has a doctorate degree.

    The Dean and the Rabbi did the community in my county no favors at all.

  2. Dot says:

    P.S. The article I refer to came from The Gaston Gazette, Monday, March 20, 2017 gastongazette.com.