Friday 3/14 - Listen live - 5 to 7 pm Central on Revolution Radio:
http://www.freedomslips.com/ To be rebroadcast Saturday March 15th 11 to 12:45 pm Eastern on http://NoLiesRadio.org and then archived at the usual spot.
First hour: John Andrew Morrow has an ideal Islamic Studies background - he has done both academic Religious Studies AND traditional Islamic scholarship. So he literally knows his Islam inside-out! Ask him anything about Islam; you may be surprised by what you learn.
John Morrow is the author of the timely new The Covenants of the Prophet Muhammad with the Christians of the World - and an activist with The Covenants Initiative,
a project to unite Muslims behind the covenants of the Prophet Muhammad
(saas) - which obligate Muslims to protect and defend Christians.
John Andrew Morrow has served as a faculty member and
administrator at numerous colleges and universities, and has authored
and edited many books, including the Encyclopedia of Islamic Herbal Medicine (McFarland, 2011), Religion and Revolution: Spiritual and Political Islam in Ernesto Cardenal (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012), and Islamic Images and Ideas: Essays on Sacred Symbolism (McFarland, 2013).
Second hour: Gordon Duff discusses the hacked emails exposing a US false-flag planned in Ukraine, to be blamed on the Russians. Gordon says that US Army Lt. Col. Jason P. Gresh, whose cell phone number is (380-44) 521 - 5444, got caught red-handed telling his Ukrainian counterpart Col. Igor Protsyk:
"Your job is to cause some problems to the transport hubs in the south-east in order to frame-up the neighbor. It will create favorable conditions for Pentagon and the Company to act." In a second hacked email, Gresh tells Protskyk: "It is essential that all was as real attack neighbor's Special Forces. But without corpses."
Attached to the emails is a Google earth map showing Protsyk where to stage the false-flag terror attack:
Labels: covenants initiative, extremism, imran hosein, interfaith dialogue, Islam, john morrow, middle east, mt. sinai, sectarianism, syria