She covers what she was taught about Jesus, the Bible, the Trinity and the "ignorant" condition of Christians - or Crusaders as her teachers termed us - who will be fought against until Islam is established. The belief in the Second Coming of Jesus which will result in the final destruction of Christian and other non-Muslim forces is a basis for what has been going on in the Syrian war. Such beliefs also lead to the understandably poor treatment of Christians under Islamic authorities, such as there being no churches in Saudi Arabia because Muhammad taught there should be no Christians or Jews in Arabia.
Now to my friends who feel Islam is accepting of Christians & Jews as followers of an Abrahamic faith - how does this square with the friendly reassurances you've received from your Muslim friends? Who is likely to be correct - your dear Muslim friends or the sacred texts of Islam? Sandra is not merely cherry picking verses, she is describing her entire upbringing in the home of Islam. Should we not pause to consider how many years of such indoctrination is likely to affect a person? And doesn't her experience of being taught these things as true Islam indeed make sense of so much that we see?