An explanation of the Sufi/Wahhaabi issue and the reality of Ergun Caner's Mother
September 15th 2011
I recently uploaded part 26 of Ergun Caner’s exposure. Within this part, I used two audio snippets - first being from the “Reaching Muslims” lecture he delivered on Friday 1st June 2007 and the second being from a radio interview conducted by Richard Land of ‘For Faith And Family Radio’ in 2008. In the former clip of 2007, we hear him telling his audience that his mother was Sufi. However, the latter of 2008, less than a year later, he is telling people that his mother was “Wahhabi”. This is clearly a contradiction and yet again, a demonstration of Ergun’s unrelenting dishonesty. It is not possible that his mother was both Sufi and Wahaabi.
Mother was a Sufi (2007):
Mother was a Wahaabi (2008):
We must understand that according to Ergun and Emir Caner, the “Wahhabis” are those people that adopt the doctrine of suicide bombing. I do not plan to go into too much detail on who or what the “Wahhabis” are, not in this blog post anyway. All I can say is that they are playing off the media propagation of “Wahhabis” being terrorists; so for Ergun to say that his mother was one of these people, is he not implying that he was raised by a radical Muslim woman, which in turn, would mean that he was the same? We know this is to be totally untrue.