Biographical Notes on Rev. Hicham Chehab:
Rev. Chehab is a native of Lebanon, born into a Muslim family. Through our Lord’s sovereign grace, Rev. Chehab was brought out of
the Muslim Brotherhood into a relationship with the Prince of Peace, Jesus Christ. Chehab earned a Masters degree on the history of Islam from the American University of Beirut, and wrote a Ph. D dissertaion on the early sources of Islam. Chehab worked in Lebanon as a journalist specialized on international issues, Middle East affairs, and adjunct professor of history at the American University of Beirut (2002), as well as Concordia University, Ann Arbor, MI, 2008. Chehab shares the love of Christ with people from the Middle East through his work at Salam Christian Fellowship in the Midwest.
With the tragic events of 9/11, America awoke to find itself
engaged in a new kind of war following the collapse of the Soviet Union. While the
previous threat had come from a well-defined enemy, this time, the challenge to
America is an elusive foe at their doorsteps or inside their communities. It is a foe that
hides under the cloak of the second largest religion in the world: Islam. Reactions to
this challenge have ranged between confusion to political correctness.
How do we respond to this new challenge? There are two organized groups among
Islam who have clear-cut agendas. The first Islamic group strives to destroy the
American way of life by employing terror. The second group endeavors to transform the
social fabric of today’s America through converting people to Islam as well as political
and social activism, with the long-range objective to Islamicize the West. There is a third group, which is the largest: Muslims who come to the West dreaming of a better life