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Newsweek Uses The Coronavirus Pandemic To Promote Islam

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David Wood offers a marvelous evisceration of Islamic apologist Craig Considine’s dawah in Newsweek in this video.

Meanwhile, would Newsweek ever publish an article about how Christian principles can help protect one from the coronavirus?

Not on your life.

“Can the Power of Prayer Alone Stop a Pandemic like the Coronavirus? Even the Prophet Muhammad Thought Otherwise,” by Craig Considine, Newsweek, March 17, 2020 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing governments and news sources to provide the most accurate and helpful advice to the world’s population, as the disease is indeed global in reach. Health care professionals are in high demand, and so too are scientists who study the transmission and effect of pandemics.

Experts like immunologist Dr. Anthony Fauci and medical reporter Dr. Sanjay Gupta are saying that good hygiene and quarantining, or the practice of isolating from others in the hope of preventing the spread of contagious diseases, are the most effective tools to contain COVID-19.

Do you know who else suggested good hygiene and quarantining during a pandemic?

Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, over 1,300 years ago.

While he is by no means a “traditional” expert on matters of deadly diseases, Muhammad nonetheless had sound advice to prevent and combat a development like COVID-19.

Muhammad said: “If you hear of an outbreak of plague in a land, do not enter it; but if the plague outbreaks out in a place while you are in it, do not leave that place.”

He also said: “Those with contagious diseases should be kept away from those who are healthy.”…

Article posted with permission from Robert Spencer

The Washington Standard

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