Did the Vatican create Islam?

The fact that the Catholic Church created Islam to wage war against the Catholic Church’s only real enemy–the Christians–is of great contention to most and unbelievable to many. This well-researched article explores the unique similarities in traditions, practice, dress and rituals between the two religions and their apparent apostasies.

Little wonder that they are now coming together in “Christlam” and the integration of other Protestant denominations to blur their traditional differences culminating in what will become the New World Religion. The video by Walter Veith is a walk through history, archeology and the study of ancient symbols and art that show how these two religions have the same progenitor. Very informative and important information in the age of deception.


The Islamic Connection to Rome Catholicism

This topic has puzzled numerous expositors. How does Islam fit into the picture of global conflict? Is this a political, religious, or religio-political conflict? What is its origin and what are its goals? How does it impact on ecumenism and on the doctrine of salvation in Christ? Find out in this informative video. A clear line is drawn through history, showing that the reality is more startling than the theory.

The nuns dress like traditionalist Muslim women. Islamic tradition has women covering themselves from head to foot. So do the nuns or most used to until the practice began to die out in the 1960s. But lots of nuns still can’t break the habit. Muslim women wear a hijab (head scarf). The nuns wear black and white headgear, or some combination of other colours, depending on their Order .Muslims wear an abaya (robe). So…

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