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Riassunto: In this book, the author digs up the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) issue to show how the Bank became a victim of a grand entrapment process by the U.S. government and how that process continues till this day.
About the Author: The author received his early education at missionary schools. He was familiar with many Christian concepts when, under Pope John-Paul II the Vatican called for a dialogue with other religions. As part of this initiative, in 1979-80 the author was invited as a lay Muslim to deliver a series of talks on Islam to some Roman Catholic nuns. This led him to look at the Bible from a Muslim perspective, and his interest grew as he learnt more about the misconceptions and historical factors that have alienated Christians from Islam. The impact of this on world events prompted further study and reflection, the results of which appeared partly as some press articles in 1998. Notes made during the study in more than a quarter of a century have now been updated and are presented in this book. In Thy Seed looks at the Bible from a completely new angle, and also discusses some related aspects to help clarify the issues. Though the author presents his findings from the point of view of a Muslim, he does it in a spirit of conciliation and to promote understanding. Developments following 9/11 make such a work both relevant and urgent, and it is hoped that the book will contribute to developing a better relationship among the world’s great monotheistic faiths and bring them closer. Different branches of the same tree, they count around one half of the world’s population as their adherents, and can together bring harmony and peace to a troubled world.
Titolo: From BCCI to ISI: The Saga of Entrapment ...
Casa editrice: Pragmatic Publishings
Data di pubblicazione: 2006
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro Pragmatic Publishings, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0973368764