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Allah is Not the God of the Bible
Rick Joyner
Kamal Saleem
Lt. Gen. (Ret.) W.G. (Jerry) Boykin
Friday, August 3, 2012

In this episode of Prophetic Perspectives, Rick Joyner is joined by this week's special guests, Lt. Gen. (ret.) Jerry Boykin and Kamal Saleem. Today the three talk about the important differences between Islam and Christianity. One basic truth is that Allah is NOT the God of the Bible. Muslims still do blood sacrifices, but Jesus has paid the price for our sins once and for all!

Lt. Gen. (ret.) Jerry Boykin was one of the elite warriors chosen in 1978 to make up the first unit in America's ultrasecretive and deadly Delta Force. He then became commander of the unit, and later still, commander of all U.S. Army Special Forces. His thirty-six years in the military included a tour at the Central Intelligence Agency and clandestine missions around the world. Jerry retired in 2007, serving his last four years as the deputy undersecretary of defense for intelligence.

Kamal Saleem is a former Muslim terrorist who became a Christian through the faithful love and support of believers after a terrible car accident. "Today, Kamal Saleem educates state and federal political leaders, military leaders, intelligence specialists, security officials and contractors, law enforcement agencies, foundations, non-profits, churches, synagogues, universities, military academies and receptive Muslim audiences on what he knows of the deadly enemy without – and the cancerous enemy within." -

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I agree with everything you

I agree with everything you said here! Justice can only be defined by God's Word, the Bible.

`Thank-you for the message!

Thank you so much for illuminating the brutal evil reality of Shariah Law. Although Americans believe "to each his own" and "live and let live" few realize that Islam has no such perspective. Thankfully many Muslims are coming to Jesus through divine revelations. As staunchly as they were once muslim , after conversion, they become brightly burning Christians , putting many of us to shame. Just as they memorized the Koran, I have heard some memorize the New Testament before setting out to evangelize their fellow men.Great interview, wish it were much longer.

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