22 years ago today, Islamic terrorists struck America, claiming the lives of 2,977 individuals. It was the deadliest attack on U.S. soil. In New York City, 2,753 people died, 343 of them were firefighters. The Pentagon death toll was 184 while the death toll of those who perished outside Shanksville, Pennsylvania, was 40.
The Qur’an declares that Jews and Christians are infidels. Followers of Islam are told to perform jihad against the infidels and hypocrites and to be harsh with them and that their abode will be in hell.
Who would have thought that school districts now provide halal dietary options for students. Who would have thought that just 2 weeks ago, President Biden did not declare Islam a terrorist threat. Instead, he indicated that the U.S. intelligence community has determined that domestic terrorism, rooted in white supremacy, is the greatest terrorism threat we face.
Returning to Crosstalk to bring analysis on 9/11, specifically related to the lessons we haven’t learned, was Shahram Hadian. Shahram is a former Muslim from Iran who came to the states in 1978 and committed his life to Jesus Christ. Shahram started the Truth in Love Project and is the founding pastor of Truth in Love Ministry. Shahram exposes the true goal of Islam and the threat of Sharia in America. He has served as a pastor, a police officer, and a former candidate for Governor in Washington State.
Shahram believes we’re not at the point where 9/11 has been forgotten. Instead, the history has been re-written. The victims have been made out to be the perpetrators and vice-versa. Today we live in a world where we’re told it’s Muslims who are being persecuted and must be protected. It’s to the point where Islam, that attacked us, is controlling much of the narrative of our national security, media and is having an impact upon our religious liberties as Muslims are being given carte blanche access that Christians would never be allowed to have. We see that taking place right now as New York City, the home of “ground zero” is the location where the Muslim call to prayer (an announcement/declaration of supremacy) can now be broadcast publicly over loudspeakers without a permit.
Is Islam really an Abrahamic faith? What are we to make of the Biden border policy that is allowing a smuggler, with ties to ISIS, to help migrants enter our nation illegally? Are U.S. Muslims, who have sided with leftists and the LGBTQ community on issues for years, now turning on them? Find out more on this vital edition of Crosstalk.