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THE TERROR GROUPS BEHIND THESE ‘PEACEFUL’ COLLEGE ANTI-JEWISH RIOTS. with Walid Shoebat – #717

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Walid Shoebat, a former radicalized Muslim who converted to Christianity, exposes the sinister plot behind the riots across America’s campuses. Savage and Shoebat discuss the recruitment of terrorism in America and the divide between religious and secular Jews in Israel. Learn who is behind the radical riots nationwide. They delve into the history of Islam and its early conquests, the biblical prophecies of Gog and Magog, and the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine. Shoebat explains the history of Islam and its early conquests, arguing that Jihad and violence were integral parts of the religion from its inception. He challenges the notion that there is a peaceful branch of Islam and cites historical texts and events to support his argument. He emphasizes the importance of understanding the history of Islamic conquests, which involved small armies conquering vast lands through terror operations and the forced conversion of inhabitants. Savage shares a story about Muhammad, who was a hostage during the October 7th attacks in Israel. He explains that Muhammad is among the non-Jews who were also kidnapped, raped, and murdered during the attacks. They express their dismay at the loss of life on both sides and suggest that confession and repentance from both Palestinians and Jews could lead to peace.

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