IS OBAMA A MUSLIM? Israel Today Magazine Article says, “YES!” (Interviews only for Aug. 5, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31)
Is Barack Hussein Obama a Muslim? An Israel Today article says, “YES.”
The author of the article is Avi Lipkin, a former assistant to the Israeli Prime Minister Assistant, writing under the pseudonym ‘Victor Mordechai.
Avi Lipkin is available to be your interview guest to discuss the controversial article wherein he is quoted as saying, “There is no doubt that Mubarack Hussein Obama (Barack is short for Mubarack) is the son of a proud member of a Sunni Muslim tribe in Kenya, the same tribe that massacred Kenyan Christians a few years ago.”
In the article Avi also wrote, “There is no debate, either, that his (Obama’s) white mother remarried a second husband, also a Sunni Muslim, who lived with Obama in Indonesia for a number of years. Obama attended a madrassa (Islamic school) until age 11 and prayed at the local mosque.”
“According to the Islamic faith, if a father was a Muslim, so is the son, Obama,” Lipkin concluded in the article.”
Several years ago Avi warned the world in multiple books, articles and public lectures that there were a growing number of Jihidist sleeper cells in the United States and Canada. During your interview he gives updates on the current Islamic Threat to the US.
Avi Lipkin is the author of dozens of books, DVDs and CD audio books, has served 30 years in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) Reserves, 16 years in the IDF Artillery Reserves and 14 years as an IDF spokesman. Avi Lipkin is your ‘go to’ man regarding matters in the Middle East and Israel. Call for an interview today!
AVI LIPKIN is an author, speaker and cofounder of Israel Today Magazine, who has served 30 years in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) Reserves, 16 years in the IDF Artillery Reserves and 14 years as an IDF spokesman.
Avi served two years as senior editor and translator in the Israeli Prime Minister’s office.
Since leaving that office, Avi has had the opportunity to be a guest on many popular US talk shows including Sean Hannity and Fox & Friends.
Avi has also been a popular guest on international programs including Israel National TV Channel 1 in Hebrew in response to Pope Benedict XVI's remarks Islam, on Revelation TV in London, and on Vision Norge Norwegian Television.
Avi has been a keynote speaker in hundreds of churches and synagogues across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, The UK, Switzerland, France, Greece, Norway, Finland, Russia, Germany, Belgium, Holland and Israel.
Mr. Lipkin speaks six languages and has received his B. A. from Hebrew University, 1973, majoring in Sovietology/Russian Studies and East European Studies. Between 1991-1994 Avi studied at the Jewish Theological Seminary for three years in the framework of the MA program.
Avi is well versed in the centuries of Islamic wars. Avi was born in the U.S. but immigrated (made Aliyah) to Israel in 1968.
Avi has written several books under the pen-name Victor Mordecai, including “Is Fanatic Islam a Global Threat?" which in 1997 predicted 9/11-type attacks by Islamic terrorists against the United States.
THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE MAY BE HELPFUL WITH SHOW PREP:
Debate & Prophecy
Monday, June 01, 2009
Is Obama a Muslim?
There is a famous saying: 'Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder'
By Victor Mordechai
I will never forget the appearance of then Republican presidential candidate John McCain who was confronted by an elderly woman who asked the senator what he thought about Barack Obama being “an Arab.”
His answer was swift: “No, ma’am. He’s a decent family man [and] citizen.”
Nevertheless, there is no doubt that President Mubarack (“Blessed one” in Arabic) Hussein Obama is the son of a proud member of a Sunni Muslim tribe in Kenya, the same tribe that massacred Kenyan Christians a few years ago.
According to the Islamic faith, if a father was a Muslim, so is the son, Obama.
There is no debate, either, that his white mother remarried a second husband, also a Sunni Muslim, who lived with Obama in Indonesia for a number of years. Obama attended a madrassa (Islamic school) until age 11 and prayed at the local mosque.
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