Jesus in Islam - Yusuf Estes  

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Sheikh Yusuf Estes Misconceptions (11) - Jesus in Islam
Yusuf Estes websites, his book "Bible: A Closer Look" & more :

http://www.irf.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=179%3Abiodata-yusuf-estes&catid=57%3Aorators-international&Itemid=174

Yusuf Estes (born in 1944) is an American Muslim preacher and teacher who converted to Islam in 1991. He was the National Muslim Chaplain for the United States Bureau of Prisons through the 1990s. He became the Muslim Delegate to the United Nations World Peace Conference for Religious Leaders held at the U.N. in September 2000. Active in Islamic missionary work in the United States, he is often featured as guest presenter and keynote speaker at various Islamic events as well as frequently appearing on various Islamic satellite TV channels. Estes takes a dim view of today's public school system public education in the United States for any children, and highly recommends schools where they might receive a religious education combined with more advanced scholastic education.
Yusuf Estes was born in Ohio, and was raised in Houston, Texas in a Anglo-Saxon Protestant family.[2]

From 1962 to 1990, his career was in the music industry, entertainment, marketing, teaching music and music minister, he owned several musical instrument companies including the Estes Piano and Organ Company. He produced and directed live entertainment programs in the United States from the mid 1960s until his last endeavor for cable TV in Florida, entitled 'Estes Music Jamboree'.[3]

Yusuf Estes became a Muslim in the early 1990s after meeting an Egyptian named Muhammad.[4] Following his conversion, Estes entered the field of Dawah, or evangelizing the Islamic faith.

Estes denies the theory of Darwinian evolution and instead professes creationism as described by Islamic scriptures.
After embracing Islam, Estes pursued Arabic language and Quranic studies in Egypt, Morocco and Turkey.[5]

From 2004, Estes regularly appeared on the Islam Channel, as well as Peace TV and on Huda TV which are 24/7 Islamic channels broadcasting in many countries around the globe, via satellite and via the website WatchIslam.com TV Channels.

He has also set up websites directed toward English speaking Muslim youth which include www.TubeIslam.com, a Muslim video sharing site, and www.ChatIslam.com, a Muslim Chatroom, and for young children www.WorldPreschool.com, Preschool Learning.

He also produced a television series aimed toward English speaking children of Muslim parents entitled, "Qasas Ul Anbiya" - Stories of the Prophets.

Estes has also started a free-to-air Internet and satellite TV channel called GuideUS.tv which currently broadcasts commercial-free programming on Islam 24/7.[6] This is saleh reflection school boy class 7b
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yusuf_Estes


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