Isik Abla, a former radical Muslim, has revealed that Islamic groups are paying for the tuition of students to the U.S. in order to infiltrate top universities as part of the efforts to wage Jihad on the West.
Abla, who is now a Christian evangelist, told The Christian Post at the Proclaim 17, NRB International Christian Media Convention in Orlando last week that there are different kinds of Jihad in Islam.
"There's educational Jihad, there's population Jihad, there's media Jihad, economical Jihad," she noted.
Abla said that she believed in physical jihad when she was a fanatical Muslim, but she became involved in educational Jihad.
"Educational Jihad pays the tuition of the students to send them to high prestigious colleges and universities in the Western world. They pay their Harvard education, they pay Princeton, they pay Yale," she explained.
"So we were shoveling money to this kind of educational Jihad so those people could be in high places in power to dictate what needs to happen in the Western world [and] to Islamize the Western world. This is an ideology type of Islam and I was part of that," she continued.
When she was 12 years old, Abla had already completed courses on the Quran and aspired to die in the name of Allah and become a "hero."
Abla fled from Turkey to the U.S. after she endured physical abuse from her two marriages. She eventually found work under a Christian boss who constantly shared his faith with her.
She recounted that when she was about to commit suicide, Christ revealed Himself to her and completely changed her life.
The former radical Muslim said that she does not understand why people refer to Islam as a religion of "peace." She warned that ISIS is currently recruiting Westerners through social media, and she believes that young people are attracted to the group because the presentation of Islam is giving them a purpose in becoming a "freedom fighter" to die in the name of Allah.
Abla is now an ordained minister, and she runs TV and radio broadcasts in Turkish, Arabic, Urdu, Farsi and English to share her testimony with the Muslim community. She has been awarded by NRB with the International Impact Award in front of other Christian leaders, broadcasters and people from all different forms of media.