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Lost Arts Radio Show #79 - Special Guest Dr. Bill Warner

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This Sunday Dr. Bill Warner (www.politicalislam.com) returns to Lost Arts Radio for a series of educational discussions on the aspects of Islam that all of us, Muslim and non-Muslim, need to understand. After Dr. Warner's visit with Lost Arts on June 19th, I realized I just had not understood the Koran when I read it, and that understanding is critical as the current world events unfold around us.  Terrorists committing atrocities in the name of Islam have been armed, trained and funded by US and NATO governments, to help destabilize society and make us beg for total tyranny for our own safety. Are the terrorists "radical Muslims," or just Muslims following the dictates of the sacred books of Islam exactly? The truth is that we are all human beings, members of one family no matter what our belief systems might be. The global rulers want us to hate each other, to help them achieve their goal of total destruction. Rather than play into their hands, we have a better option. Are we strong enough to rise above programming, and refuse to destroy each other and ourselves? Education gives us a better chance to make a good decision. Some of the forbidden subjects we are not supposed to even discus, are among the most important for us to learn.

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