I was recently interviewed on Truth Matters, hosted by Tony Gurule. The topic of discussion was “Jihad: Past and Present.” The 30-minute video follows:
PJ Media. One way or the other, Israel is to blame for all of the Middle East’s problems, claim many leading Muslims. Consider the logic of the highly respected Dr. Ahmed al-Tayeb—once voted the “most influential Muslim in the world”— as expressed during a televised interview. After claiming that “the genocides perpetrated by the Zionist […]
FrontPage Magazine The plague of Islamic terrorism is based on “grievances” against Israel—so says Al Azhar, the world’s most prestigious madrasa (or Muslim “university”) that co-hosted Barrack Obama’s 2009 “A New Beginning” speech. During a recently televised Egyptian interview, Ahmed Al Tayeb—Al Azhar’s grand imam, once named the “most influential Muslim in the world”—said: I […]
Recently on the Steven Solomon Show (AM 980, The Mission, Minneapolis) I discussed a number of topics dealing with Islam and the West — including my latest book — in a 25 minute interview (part one here, part two here.)
Frontpage Magazine If Muhammad cannot beat the infidels on the battlefield, he’ll outbreed them—literally: “Mohammed most popular name for newborn boys in the Netherlands for second year in a row,” is the title of a recent report. Muhammad is apparently also the most popular name in England. In fact, Muhammad is one of the most […]
Gatestone Institute One of the greatest but overlooked (or ignored) fact concerning Islamic aggression and violence around the world is that non-Muslim women tend to be its greatest victims. According to a January report dealing with the Muslim persecution of Christians, “The most significant findings were that Christian women are among the most violated in […]
FrontPage Magazine In certain respects, the real struggle between Islam and the West has less to do with an inherently weak Islam and more to do with subversive Western elements that cover up for and empower Muhammad’s creed. Out-and-out censorship is one of these tactics. In a January 10 email titled, “We’re Suing Google – […]
Last week I was interviewed twice on Ave Maria Radio, with Al Kresta. During the first discussion we explored some of the biggest stories of terrorism and the position of ISIS in 2017 (click here); in the second interview, we focused on the situation in Iran (click here). Both interviews are about 15 minutes each.
The Western media’s ongoing attempts to portray aggressors—even suicide-bombers—as victims.
Their social, political, and even economic grievances trace back to Sharia.