In a rare case of open dissent within the movement over the substance of creation science,  Answers in Genesis (AiG) published a 2002 position paper titled: "Arguments we think creationists should NOT use".  After Hovind issued a point-by-point rebuttal,  Carl Wieland , Ken Ham , and Jonathan Sarfati of AiG wrote that the claims made by Hovind were "fraudulent" and contained "mistakes in facts and logic which do the creationist cause no good."    In particular, AiG criticized Hovind for "persistently us[ing] discredited or false arguments" as well as "fraudulent claims" from Ron Wyatt ,  and described one of Hovind's claims as "self-refuting".  Rancorous disagreements resulted in AiG splitting into . and Australian chapters in 2005. The Australian branch, renamed Creation Ministries International (CMI), maintained content critical of Hovind on their website, while the . branch, led by Ken Ham , removed it.  In 2009, CMI said that they had relaxed their stance because CSE's revamped website had removed some of Hovind's claims to which they objected. 
It was my pleasure participating in European Diabetes Congress" as Honourable Guest, Keynote Speaker as well as OCM in addition to evaluate the poster session in the absence of originally appointed focal person, on this regard I would thank you all for inviting me and giving me this opportunity and meeting experts and exchanging experiences on diabetes from around the world. I hope that next meeting will involve more distinguished researchers and experts on Diabetes and I will be happy to participate in preparation and deliver the new research that I am working on now on diabetes education for community.