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Walid Shoebat's itinerary in Oz and NZ.

Okay, for those who are unaware, Walid Shoebat (former PLO terrorist) is touring with Chuck Missler, the Baptist educator.

I went with some friends last night, and it was excellent.

Walid talks about his conversion to Christianity, and how he sees islam as being of the Devil (no arguments here!). He packs a lot of information into his talk, and I suggest any anti-jihadis in the neighbourhood get along.
Tickets are $20, you can buy them online like I did on the day, and there may even be ticket sales at the door.

Brissie and Melbourne have gone, and Canberra is tonight, but Sydney tomorrow, Adelaide on sunday, and Perth on Tues.

Then it's off to NZ, so our kiwi cousins aren't forgotten.

I only found out about it because Walid called into MTR (talk radio) one day on the drive home, and was more unpc when talking about sharia law to the host.

I highly recommend him, and with the numbers that have been turning up - easily 1500-200 last night - then word is getting out.

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Former PLO terrorist.... tickets are $20. Where does this money go? How do we know that Walid Shoebat isn't still a terrorist and is just raising money for the islamic cause??? I can't go to the little talk anyway because it's too far away.
Daniel, Shoebat renounced islam when he came to Christ in 1993, and has been quite vocal about islam ever since.
from 2006

entertaining radio interview from last year (pt 1) and pt 2

and another interview

He's no dhimmi or plant. Especially if he's touring with Chuck Missler, who has such islamic bible courses as Learn the Bible in 24 hours (heavy going but lots of excellent stuff, even for catholics like myself).

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