Usama Dakdok is a Christian who was raised in a pastor's home in Egypt. He learned Islam as a required subject in Egyptian schools, and then to further his knowledge, he studied Islamic law in college.
Coming to the United States, Usama saw the large number of Muslims as a mission field, but also realized that most Christians need to know what Muslims believe in order to witness to them. In response he founded The Straight Way of Grace Ministry.
Former President George W. Bush said that Islam is a religion of peace. In fact, if you ask any Muslim in the West today to give you proof or evidence that Islam is a religion of peace and love, they won't quote the Qur’an or Muhammad's words in the Hadith, they will quote President Bush. According to Usama, that's the only evidence they have.
The problem, as Usama pointed out, is that Islam is built upon deception and Islam's Allah describes himself as the best deceiver according to the Qur’an. How is this being worked out? Allah says not to call for peace when you (Muslims) have the upper hand, a position Muslims don't hold yet in America. The result is that many Americans are currently being fooled into believing the description of Islam as a religion of peace and love.
What is the difference between the Qur’an and the Hadith?
Where in these writings does Islam teach terror and war as opposed to peace and love?
Is jihad the struggle to do good?
Why is there great resistance to a video being shown commemorating ground zero where 9-11 took place in New York?
Obtain the answers to these and other questions as you review this Crosstalk broadcast and you'll be better equipped to join Usama in his quest to see Muslims won to Christ.