Monday, February 4, 2013

Over 700 Muslims baptised

Ex-leader of Muslim Brotherhood shares Christianity
Pastor Wagdi Iskander talks about his conversion
and experience as a persecuted Christian. (Photo: CCN)
After becoming a Christian, Pastor Wagdi Iskander was disowned by his father and sent to jail. When he refused to renounce his faith, Iskander was sentenced to death. Here is the story of how this courageous man converted and brought many Muslims to Christianity.
The son of a Bedouin camel trader, Iskander had memorized the entire Koran by the age of 6. The tribe’s religious leader warned him to “beware of Christians.”

“Burn them before they burn you,” he said, leaving Iskander with a burning hatred for Christians.

When Iskander went on to university in Khartoum, he joined the Muslim Brotherhood and soon became one of its leaders and participated in their violent efforts to protect Islam from corrupting influences.
Read the full story at The B.C. Catholic website.

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