Books warning Muslims about ‘Christian agenda’ distributed at Allah forum in university


(TMI) – Copies of a book published by the Selangor Islamic Council (Mais) on the threat of Christianisation and alleged evangelism among Muslims in Malaysia were distributed to more than 1,000 students who attended a seminar on the use of the word Allah and Christology at Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) yesterday.

The book “Pendedahan Agenda Kristian” (Exposing the Christian agenda‎) was handed out to the students along with another book, “Obligation to preserve the sanctity of the name Allah”‎, which is also published by Mais.

“Pendedahan Agenda Kristian”, a 120-page book, has five chapters which talk about what the Quran says about Christians, the laws about prostelysation among Muslims as well as Christian evangelism.

It warns Muslims to watch out for “tricks” by Christians to sway Muslims from their faith.

The book also claims that the main reason there is apostasy among Muslims ‎is because of Christianisation.

“The problem of Muslims converting to Hinduism and Buddhism is identified to be because of marriage and love relationships,” the book reads.

“But from the three religions, only Christians are found to be actively using missionaries to convert others, especially Muslims.”

The Christianisation movement, it said, is a very well-planned mission which consists of a “mastermind” who plans the prostelysation movement and strategies.

“This is what makes them so slick in their work. They are actively doing mission work on the quiet.”

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