Tonight we begin a new series on Sharia Law to help understand the intricacies of Islam, and connections to Sufis and Gnosticism.
Lloyd De Jongh is a multi-lingual South African who has traveled extensively and lived on 3 continents.
He switched from IT to become a freelance bodyguard before leaving South Africa in 2007. He spent 11 years in the Middle East in the amazing city of Dubai, UAE, working in technology, physical security and national defense. The last several years were spent working on critical infrastructure protection, border security and national defense projects across the Middle East.
He has knowledge of Islamic culture and the practice of Islam derived from his experience in the region, as well as in-depth study of the ideology. His interest is in the political and legal aspects of Islam which affect non-believers, and drives the phenomenon of violent and other forms of jihad which are now prevalent in the West. While Islam is confusing to Westerners and deliberately obfuscated by followers, his intention is to demystify the ideology, identify the central texts and clarify their purpose, teach you how to recognise and refute Islamic propaganda, defeat Islamic apologists and educate others on the threat posed to the West and the world by both Jihad and Sharia using Islam's most trusted, authentic sources including the Quran, Hadith, Sira, Tafsir and Sharia manuals.
Lloyd now resides in Europe. He has embarked on a career in tourism, writing historical tours of his new home, Warsaw and also travels abroad teaching seminars on criminal behaviour, edged weapons, counter-ambush strategies and martial arts.
Todd is a farmer and researcher and brings many new facets to the table to help us understand the intricacies of this field of research.
Some links for the show:
The original video presentations are on the channel Reasoned Answers at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4H1kNR42Nvs - Quranism
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdhwxAIGdro - Deedat
Reliance of the Traveller, with Appendix W:
Reliance of the Traveller, indexed:
Islamic Counter-Terror books: