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CBN News JERUSALEM, Israel — Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi told an audience at the prestigious World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that Islam needs a reboot and that Egypt and nations like France face the same enemy: Islamic terrorism.
El-Sisi continued his campaign to change the image of Islam. He said Muslims must seek change from within and remove the things that lead to violence and extremism.
Several weeks earlier, el-Sisi addressed Islam’s most influential university and called for a revolution in Islam.
“It has reached the point that [this ideology] is hostile to the entire world,” the Egyptian president said. “Is it conceivable that 1.6 billion [Muslims] would kill the world’s population of 7 billion, so that they could live [on their own]? This is inconceivable. Let me say it again: We need to revolutionize our religion.”...read more
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