Abu Omar (name changed for security reasons) had been a highly-respected religious scholar in the Middle East, teaching and preaching on the Koran, the Hadith and Sharia law in mosques and Islamic schools.
While he was travelling in an evening, he attended for evening prayers in a mosque on his way and came down to back home.
When he came to his car, he noticed a piece of paper stickered on the door glass. He took it out, entered the car, put on the light to read it. He read, “The wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord” (Romans 6:23). It was a gospel tract.
He hotly tempered with anger and thrushed it and thrown it away. Then he took out his rifle from the dash board and got out of the car to look around to see the man who stickered it in his car. He found nobody…. read more