By Nonie Darwish
Front Page Magazine February 11, 2003
I was born and raised as a Moslem in the Middle East culture that has many facets, some of which have a beauty and splendor that I miss to this day. That beauty was the contributions of many different groups. The ancient cultures of Mesopotamia, Babylon, Egypt, Persia, Syria, Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon and -- yes -- Israel and the cities of Jerusalem and Mecca enrich the World.
Former Muslim Ergun Caner appears on The 700 Club to discuss Islam and give us an inside look at Muslim beliefs
Ergun is the oldest son of a Muslim mwazien. The mwazien is similar to a preacher. In 1982 when he was 16 years old, he attended a revival service in Columbus, Ohio, at the invitation of a high school friend and accepted Christ. Ergun started attending church on Monday, accepted Christ on a Thursday -- and had his first piece of ham at a Youth Afterglow activity days later.
Shalom!Ã‚ My name is Yacov, Jacob.Ã‚ I would like to speak to you about the relationship between Christianity and Judaism.Ã‚ I direct an international Ã‚ Christian organization that supports Israel and opposes anti-Semitism and seeks to educate Christians about the Jewish origins of the message of Jesus and about God's eternal love for His ancient people Israel.