October 17, 2006

President Bush praises US Muslims for working to defeat terror

President George W. Bush welcomed Muslims living in the US and from Islamic nations that are helping end the war on terror to an iftar meal at the White House marking the end of the daily fast during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.

Attendees included ambassadors from Islamic nations, administration officials, and Muslim leaders in the US; guests that the President said he was proud to work with to defeat the terrorists and extremists and those who wanted a brighter future for millions of Muslims around the world. Ramadan is the Muslim 3o-day fast that marks the beginning of the Koran, the Islamic holy book to Mohammad, the prophet of Allah, the Islamic deity.

Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News

Celebration of the giving of the Koran, the Islamic holy book, reveals an End Times scenario that is different than the one found in Bible prophecy.

As Muslims around the world, actually 1/4 of the earth's population, celebrate the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, they confirm that their god Allah communicated to Mohammad how he wanted the Muslim world to live life today and in the future. Written in the 7th century, the Koran introduced the doctrine of abrogation, a doctrine that states that the Koran is the final word and supplants the Bible, both Old and New Testaments. The Koran states emphatically that Allah, the Muslim deity, has no son and that the person Jesus Christ never died and thus never resurrected from the dead. These Muslim doctrines contradict the Bible which states that Jesus was the Son of God in the flesh here on earth and that He died, he was buried, and resurrected on the third day.

The Koran gives an End Times scenario that is contradictory to Bible prophecy which states that Jesus Christ, not Allah, will return to the earth and rule from Jerusalem forever, that's found in Revelation 20:4-6 Daniel 7:10-24 and many other prophetic passages in the Bible.

Celebration of the giving of the Koran contradicts true Bible doctrine and Bible prophecy that will indeed be fulfilled.