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On Sept. 29, 2016, Usama K. Dakdok, a native of Egypt who holds a Bachelor's Degree in Theology, will present a broad overview of deception in our public school's curriculum focus on religions. With his personal knowledge and study of Sharia Isla...

On Sept. 29, 2016, Usama K. Dakdok, a native of Egypt who holds a Bachelor's Degree in Theology, will present a broad overview of deception in our public school's curriculum focus on religions. With his personal knowledge and study of Sharia Islamic Law, he will provide an intensive study of this controversial issue.

I personally witnessed a seminar by Usama K. Dakdok this past June in Little Falls. He is a dynamic speaker as an authority on Islam and the Qur'an. He is also a scholar of Qur'an translation from Arabic to English.

He came to America in 1992 and established The Straight Way of Grace Ministry with strong enthusiasm to reveal the truth and warn Americans of deceptive indoctrination used to lead many into following Islam's Sharia Law, which is contradictory to the Constitution of the United States.

Citizens, parents and members of the faith community, your attendance is essential.

This important and intensive presentation will be held Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016, 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the Oak Street Chapel, 523 SE 11th St., Brainerd.

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Jan Burton

Brainerd

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