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Lost Arts Radio Show #95 - Special Guest Dr. Bill Warner

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Lesson #4, on the teachings of Islam, happens on this Sunday's show with Dr. Bill Warner (www.politicalislam.com). Dr. Warner will discuss the subject of women and their place in the world according to Islam. As was the case in the first three lessons on Islam, this will not be about women according to Islamic scholars, Imams, or commentators from other religions. Instead, this will be a discussion of women according to Mohammed and Allah, the ultimate authorities in all matters of Islam.

Yes, Lost Arts Radio is still a health show, so why are we talking about a major world religion? Because at this time in history, the spread of Islam by violent invasion is being supported and funded by the U.S. government and its allies in Europe and the Middle East, with massive implications for the health of every human being and even other life forms on our planet. Whether you are a member of the Muslim religion, or a Kafir (these are the only two categories of people recognized to exist by Islam), this religion is affecting your health on many levels right now, and is likely to do so much more in the near future.

For this reason, Lost Arts Radio is offering you a chance to really learn what Islam teaches, instead of your having to rely on hearsay and the opinions of those that actually do not know, inside or outside of the belief system itself. If you have missed the first three lessons in this series, you will want to go back in the Lost Arts Radio archives and listen to them when you get a chance, to fill in the gaps in your knowledge of this important subject. Many Americans are complaining that Islam is being taught to children now in public school. But Lost Arts Radio agrees that children and adults should be taught what Islam is all about. The difference is, we believe it should be the truth.

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