Middle East Resources

Links to other related resources of interest on the world wide web

  www.arabicbible.com a web site worth visiting!

www.kalimatalhayat.com - Arabic publications from Broadcast Ministry by Rev. Bassam M. Madany 1958-1994

www.audio.arabicbible.com - Audio messages of Saatu'l Islah, by Rev. Bassam M. Madany

Faith Freedom International is a grass root movement of ex-Muslims. It hosts articles that describe Islam as being much more than a religion, whose goal is to dominate the world by both peaceful and violent means. Its URL is: http://www.faithfreedom.org/



The Grace and Truth Bulletin is produced by the Grace and Truth Christian Congregation in Israel.

"Represents various churches and groups in the United Kingdom who subscribe to the Reformed faith and its mission in the world today.  Leads to some interesting connections."

"World Reformed Fellowship, using an Internet magazine format, hopes to promote Reformed thinking and a Reformed world and life view." -- http://www.WRFNET.org

CrossSearch.com(an excellent search engine and database of Christian web sites):


The collected writings of Rev. Johan D. Tangelder cover a wide variety of topics.

The Back to God Hour  Palos Heights, IL, United States  The Back to God Hour

  Official site: http://www.btgh.org

  You can also learn more about them at
  another site: http://www.CRChurches.net/

and visit www.BTGH.net/TODAY to read the TODAY devotional or subscribe to the Email version.

For more than 40 years my Arabic language sermons were available on short-wave broadcasts under the name of Saatu'l Islah, a radio program of the Back to God Hour, the broadcast ministry of the Christian Reformed Church in North America.

The Christian Reformed Church

and more at http://www.CRChurches.net/


Christian Classics Etheral Library

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