Posts Tagged 'Jamie Glazov'

Video: Nonie Darwish, Evan Sayet, Tommi Trudeau, Jamie Glazov

Glazov Gang. Jeg plejer at se de fleste episoder, – jeg kan godt lide det program. Denne her gang er det lige før, de kommer op at slås. Der råbes i hvert fald højt. Og Tommi Trudeau, der bliver fornærmet over, at Glazov videregiver fortrolig information, har sat en privatdedektiv til at undersøge Glazov, men vi får ikke at vide, hvad der kom ud af det. Fra 28. april 2012:

The Glazov Gang – Part 1 of 3/Islamic Necrophilia and Leftist Silence

The Glazov Gang – Part 1 of 3/Islamic Necrophilia and Leftist Silence
Nonie Darwish (Author, The Devil We Don’t Know)
Evan Sayet (America’s #1 Conservative Comedian)
Tommi Trudeau (Producer, Films/Music Videos)

Opdatering – fra 10. juni 2012:

The Glazov Gang – Obama’s Socialist New Party Membership Confirmed

The Glazov Gang – Part 1 of 3/Obama’s Socialist New Party Membership Confirmed Dwight Schultz (“Murdock” on NBC’s The “A” Team) Nonie Darwish (Author, The Devil We Don’t Know) Tommi Trudeau (Producer, Films/Music Videos)

Andre kilder: Jihad Watch, FrontPageMagazine, The People’s Cube,

Video: Nonie Darwish, Jamie Glazov, Mark Tapson, Bosch Fawstin & Dwight Schultz

Town Hall. I dette tilfælde en slags Højlunds forsamlingshus om terror. Af helt ubegribeligt årsager er publikumsdebatten ikke med. “Video-begrænsninger” bliver angivet som årsag i FrontPageMagazine – video constraints. Hvad det så end skal betyde:

Jamie Glazov’s Town Hall on Terror

Jamie Glazov’s Town Hall on Terror Meeting held in Sherman Oaks on May 1st 2012. The Speakers included:
1. Nonie Darwish, author of the new book The Devil We Don’t Know
2. Mark Tapson, Shillman Journalism Fellow at David Horowitz Freedom Center
3. Bosch Fawstin, creator of the superhero Pigman, the jihadist’s worst nightmare
4. Dwight Schultz, Hollywood actor and expert on Hollywood and media bias – Delinquent Genius Films c.2012

Video: Robert Spencer, David Wood, Anjem Choudary & Omar Bakri

En lidt nørdet debat fra ABN den 30. april 2012:

Did Muhammad Exist? Robert Spencer & David Wood vs. Anjem Choudary & Omar Bakri

Did Muhammad exist? Robert Spencer’s new book claims that he didn’t. Can Muslims defend the existence of their prophet? In this debate, Spencer teams up with David Wood against Anjem Choudary and Sheikh Omar Bakri to see whether Muslims can offer historical evidence for one of their most fundamental beliefs.

Man kan læse et lille uddrag af Spencers bog i Crisis Magazine:

Spencer har genbrugt en stor del af uddraget i en artikel, som kan læses her hos Atlas Shrugs. Og flere artikler af Spencer:

Inventing Muhammad?

By Robert Spencer – April 23, 2012

Why would it matter if Muhammad never existed?  Certainly the accepted story of Islam’s origins is taken for granted as historically accurate; while many don’t accept Muhammad’s claim to have been a prophet, few doubt that there was a man named Muhammad who in the early seventh century began to claim that he was receiving messages from Allah through the angel Gabriel.  Many who hear about my new book Did Muhammad Exist? An Inquiry Into Islam’s Obscure Origins ask why it would matter whether or not Muhammad existed — after all, a billion Muslims believe he did, and they are not going to stop doing so because of some historical investigations.  Yet the numerous indications that the standard account of Muhammad’s life is more legend than fact actually have considerable implications for the contemporary political scene.

These are just a few of the weaknesses in the traditional account of Muhammad’s life and the early days of Islam:

  • No record of Muhammad’s reported death in 632 appears until more than a century after that date.
  • The early accounts written by the people the Arabs conquered never mention Islam, Muhammad, or the Qur’an.  They call the conquerors “Ishmaelites,” “Saracens,” “Muhajirun,” and “Hagarians,” but never “Muslims.”
  • The Arab conquerors, in their coins and inscriptions, don’t mention Islam or the Qur’an for the first six decades of their conquests.  Mentions of “Muhammad” are non-specific and on at least two occasions are accompanied by a cross.  The word can be used not only as a proper name, but also as an honorific.
  • The Qur’an, even by the canonical Muslim account, was not distributed in its present form until the 650s.  Casting into serious doubt that standard account is the fact that neither the Arabians nor the Christians and Jews in the region mention its existence until the early eighth century.
  • We don’t begin to hear about Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, and about Islam itself until the 690s, during the reign of the caliph Abd al-Malik.  Coins and inscriptions reflecting Islamic beliefs begin to appear at this time also.
  • In the middle of the eighth century, the Abbasid dynasty supplanted the Umayyad line of Abd al-Malik.  In the Abbasid period, biographical material about Muhammad began to proliferate.  The first complete biography of the prophet of Islam finally appeared during this era-at least 125 years after the traditional date of his death.

Mere HER i The American Thinker.

Muhammad: The Man Who Wasn’t There

By Robert Spencer – April 23, 2012

When I mention the title of my new book Did Muhammad Exist? An Inquiry Into Islam’s Obscure Origins, many are startled, as they had no idea that there was any question that such a larger-than-life character might be legendary rather than historical. But in reality, no one who interacted with those who conquered the Middle East in the middle of the seventh century ever seems to have gotten the impression that a prophet named Muhammad, whose followers burst from Arabia bearing a new holy book and a new creed, was behind the conquests.

This may seem to be an odd claim. After all, there are the well-known accounts of the Muslim conquest of Jerusalem. Those depict the caliph Umar meeting Sophronius and treating him respectfully, even magnanimously declining to pray in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre so that his followers will not be able to seize the church and convert it into a mosque. Umar and Sophronius conclude a pact that forbids Christians from building new churches, carrying arms, or riding on horses, and that requires them to pay a poll tax, jizya, to the Muslims; but Christians are generally allowed to practice their religion and live in relative peace. This is the foundation of the Islamic legal superstructure of dhimmitude, which denies equality of rights to non-Muslims in the Islamic state and is oppressive in numerous ways by modern standards, but which in the seventh century was comparatively tolerant.

Mere HER hos Atlas Shrugs.

An Interview with Robert Spencer

Author of 12 books, including the recently released Did Muhammad Exist? An Inquiry Into Islam’s Obscure Origins.

April 26, 2012 – by Barry Rubin

Robert Spencer is the director of Jihad Watch, a program of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and the author of twelve books, including two New York Times bestsellers, The Truth About Muhammad and The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) (both Regnery). His latest book is Did Muhammad Exist? An Inquiry Into Islam’s Obscure Origins (ISI). He is interviewed by Barry Rubin, PJ Media’s Middle East editor.

Rubin: What is the basic aim of the Jihad Watch site and of your books?

Spencer: The aim of all my work is to alert the public in the United States and around the world about the nature and magnitude of the jihad threat, with particular attention to the aspect of the threat that has been most obfuscated and obscured: its motives, goals, and root causes, as explained by the jihadis themselves. At Jihad Watch I post on a daily basis news stories showing jihad activity, both violent and stealthy, in the U.S. and worldwide. In my books I explore aspects of the issue in detail, most notably the chief motivating factors named by jihadis themselves: the Qur’an and the example of Muhammad, the prophet of Islam.

Mere HER hos PJ Media. Jamie Glazov har endnu et interview med Spencer her i FrontPageMagazine. Boganmeldelser:

Robert Spencer Asks: Did Muhammad Exist?

by Bruce Thornton on Apr 23rd, 2012

One of the jihadists’ most potent psychological weapons is the double standard Muslims have imposed on the West. Temples and churches are destroyed and vandalized, Christians murdered and driven from the lands of Christianity’s birth, anti-Semitic lunacy propagated by high-ranking Muslim clerics, and Christian territory like northern Cyprus ethnically cleansed and occupied by Muslims. Yet the West ignores these depredations all the while it agonizes over trivial “insults” to Islam and Mohammed, and decries the thought-crime of “Islamophobia” whenever even factual statements are made about Islamic history and theology. This groveling behavior confirms the traditional Islamic chauvinism that sees Muslims as the “best of nations” destined by Allah to rule the world through violent jihad.

Even in the rarefied world of academic scholarship, this fear of offense has protected Islam from the sort of critical scrutiny every other world religion has undergone for centuries. Some modern scholars who do exercise their intellectual freedom and investigate these issues, like Christoph Luxenberg or Ibn Warraq, must work incognito to avoid the wrath of the adherents of the “Religion of Peace.” Now Robert Spencer, the fearless director of Jihad Watch and author of several books telling the truths about Islam obscured by a frightened academy and media, in his new book Did Muhammad Exist? challenges this conspiracy of fear and silence by surveying the scholarship and historical evidence for the life and deeds of Islam’s founder.

Mere HER  i FrontPageMagazine. Kan også læses her hos Free Republic.

Book Review: Did Muhammad Exist?, by Robert Spencer

April 23, 2012 – by Zombie

Scholars have for centuries been pursuing clues to “the historical Jesus” — evidence that the religious figure now known as Jesus Christ actually once existed as a real person. There have been hundreds, if not thousands, of popular books, documentaries, television programs, magazine articles, research papers, films and more on the search for the “real” Jesus. While this investigation into the ultimate origins of Christianity may have once long ago been controversial, it is by now quite commonplace and accepted as a standard part of religious studies, even when the researchers conclude (as they often do) that the evidence for the historicity of Jesus is skimpy at best.

But no similar investigations have ever been conducted on the historicity of Muhammad (a.k.a. Mohammed, depending on the Arabic transliteration). Why not?

Most people assume that no one bothers to investigate whether or not Muhammad was a real person for the same reason that no one bothers to investigate the reality of other religious founders such as Joseph Smith or Martin Luther or Anton LaVey — because the evidence for their existence is overwhelming, well-documented and unquestioned. Regardless of whether or not Muhammad’s teachings were moral or useful, everyone, even the most hardened infidels, of course accepts that he must have existed. Right?

Mere HER hos PJ Media.

Andre kilder: Jihad Watch, Jihad Watch, Jihad Watch, Atlas Shrugs, WND, Secular News Daily, Urban Infidel,

Video: David Horowitz – fantastisk konference

Fantastisk konference, utroligt mange pundits samlet på ét sted – vælg eventuelt noget ud. Først noget islamkritik – fra David Horowitz Freedom Center’s Restoration Weekend 17. – 20. november 2011:

Arab Spring, Muslim Winter – Mark Tapson, Michael Totten, Daniel Pipes, Andrew C. McCarthy, Douglas Murray,

Arab Spring, Muslim Winter – Q & A

Decline of the West: Rise of the Rest – Michael Wienir, Bruce Bawer, Paul Vallely, Michael Ledeen, Bruce Thornton

De fine foredrag fortsætter her på Veritas Universalis ► ► ► HER

Video, audio & artikel: Tre interview med Nonie Darwish

Fine sager her – fra 7. april 2012:

Nonie Darwish – The Devil We Don’t Know / The Dark Side of Revolution in the Middle East

A candid interview with Author, Public Speaker, and Human Rights Activist, Nonie Darwish, concerning her latest book, “The Devil We Don’t Know / The Dark Side of Revolution in the Middle East.”

Og audio. En muslim ringer ind og siger, at “profeten” var drag og homoseksuel. FrontPageMagazine skriver:

Islamic Apologists vs. Nonie Darwish — on The Jamie Glazov Show

Join the Jamie Glazov Show that aired on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at 8-9 pm Pacific (11-12 pm EST) on Blog Talk Radio.

This week’s guest was Nonie Darwish, the author of the new book, The Devil We Don’t Know: The Dark Side of Revolutions in the Middle East.

Startes HER – åbner Windows Media Player. Varighed 1 time.

Artikler – Tapsons interview er ret godt:

The Devil We Don’t Know, Part I

by Mark Tapson on Apr 12th, 2012

The “Arab Spring.” The mainstream media clung to this phrase last year in their giddy haste to promote what they saw as a flowering of freedom-loving, democratic uprisings across the Arab world, for which they were eager to credit President Obama’s famed Cairo speech as partial inspiration. Instead, it unfolded with freedom-hating Islamic fundamentalists seizing political dominance, and the Arab Spring came to look more a Muslim Winter. What went wrong?

Mere HER i FrontPageMagazine.

The Devil We Don’t Know, Part II

by Mark Tapson on Apr 16th, 2012

Mark Tapson:  You write that “liberty and equality for women in the Middle East are closely linked to defeating sharia.” But you note that “Islamic feminism is a twisted kind of feminism that champions pride in Islamic bondage.” Can you elaborate on that?

Nonie Darwish: It is a fact that there is hardly any Islamic feminist movement. How could it be that female citizens of the most oppressive anti-women system on Earth fail to take the opportunity of the Arab Spring to change their destiny and the destiny of their daughters and granddaughters? The answer to this question is very complex and part of the larger problem of Islam itself. Muslim women are at a much greater disadvantage if compared to Western feminists who did not have to overcome death penalties, humiliation, flogging and societal rejection and isolation if they violate religious laws.

Mere HER i FrontPageMagazine.

Andre kilder: Jihad Watch,

Video: Robert Spencer, Bruce Thornton, David Goldman, Daniel Pipes, Jamie Glazov, Ward Connerly, Victor Davis Hanson

The Retreat – fra David Horowitz Freedom Center 30. marts – 1. april 2012:

Losing the Middle East

Ward Connerly

Victor Davis Hanson

På Blip TV kan man se flere videoer fra arrangementet: Congressman Mike Rogers, Senator Ron Johnson, The 2012 Elections: Jay Cost, Martha Zoller, Pat Caddell and Brian Calle, The 2012 Elections Q&A, Hollywood and the Culture Wars: Dwight Schultz, Michael Walsh, Jeremy Boreing, Bill Whittle, Mark Tapson, Hollywood and the Culture Wars Part 2, Hugh Hewitt – Part 1, Hugh Hewitt – Part 2, Daniel Henninger – Part 1, Daniel Henninger – Part 2, Ed Royce, Ben Horowitz: The Economy and Technology, Jim Gilliam: The Economy and Technology,

Andre kilder: Jihad Watch, FrontPageMagazine, David Horowitz Freedom Center,

Artikler af Theodore Dalrymple

Dalrymple skriver om lidt af hvert. En konservativ af den gamle skole:

Symposium: Why Do Progressives Love Criminals?

Posted by Jamie Glazov on Mar 9th, 2012

In this special edition of Frontpage Symposium, we have assembled a distinguished panel to discuss the question: Why do progressives love criminals? The discussion will be based on Michelle Alexander’s book, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, which has just recently been released in paperback. Angela Davis’ Are Prisons Obsolete? will also serve as a specimen for analysis.

Our guests today are:

Christian Adams, an election lawyer who served in the Voting Rights Section at the U.S. Department of Justice. His bestselling book is Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department Visit his website at

Theodore Dalrymple, a retired doctor and psychiatrist, and the author of several books, among them the Life at the Bottom and Anything Goes.


Dr. Paul Hollander, the author or editor of fourteen books in political sociology and cultural-intellectual history. His books include Political Pilgrims, Anti-Americanism: Critiques at Home and Abroad, 1965-1990, and The End of Commitment.

Mere HER i FrontPageMagazine.

A Little “Respect” Goes a Long Way

The odious George Galloway wins a parliamentary election in Britain.

6 April 2012 – Theodore Dalrymple

A recent election to the parliamentary seat of Bradford, in the north of England, has caused alarm in British political circles. The election was won, not by a candidate from any of the major political parties, but by George Galloway of the Respect party. Galloway is well-known as a leftist gadfly with a tendency to buffoonery, an eye to the main chance, and a record of public obsequiousness toward Saddam Hussein. He flirts with Islamism and has been suspected of corruption, but he always wins his libel actions against newspapers. He has been married four times, thrice to Muslims.

No one can say that the resounding defeat of the main political parties (Galloway received 56 percent of the vote, the Labour candidate 25 percent, and the Conservative 8 percent) was undeserved. Almost everyone in the country, of whatever political stripe, now believes that the British political class is unprecedentedly corrupt, opportunist, careerist, and uninterested in the national welfare. No one minds, then, that the main parties should have been humiliated.

Mere HER i City Journal.

Scotland’s Choice

Independence could arouse national pride; it might also force self-sufficiency.

Theodore Dalrymple – 22 March 2012

City Journal Winter 2012The electoral success of the Scottish Nationalist Party has enabled it to demand a referendum on national independence next year, raising the distinct possibility of a break-up of the United Kingdom. The decline of the U.K.’s status and power in the world means that belonging to it is no longer a source of pride, but rather of embarrassment. What better way to extricate yourself from the guilt of the British Empire—to the establishment of which the Scots contributed disproportionately—than to join the ranks of the aggrieved colonized by means of your own nationalism?

Oddly enough, though, if the referendum on Scottish independence were held in England, it might result in a higher proportion of votes in favor than in Scotland. After all, if Scotland had been independent, England would have been spared dour, humorless, and incompetent Gordon Brown, first as chancellor of the exchequer (finance minister) and then as prime minister. Without his dim-witted efforts, the economic crisis in England would have been considerably less severe than it is.

Mere HER i City Journal.

Stoned yet again: the geriatrics who refuse to grow up

More and more of us behave act as if we want to be superannuated rock stars.

By Theodore Dalrymple – 05 Apr 2012

We live in an age of Peter Pan. It is not eternal childhood that we seek, however, but eternal adolescence; not perpetual innocence, but perpetual aggravation of the grown-ups. The problem is that there are fewer and fewer grown-ups left to aggravate.

The tenfold increase in the number of late-middle-aged people who smoke cannabis or take other drugs by comparison with the previous generation is but one manifestation of a widespread desire for eternal adolescence. Increasing numbers of people – especially men – on the verge of old age dress as in their youth, as if reluctant to acknowledge that their youth has passed.

Mere HER i The Telegraph.

It’s A Riot

by Theodore Dalrymple (April 2012)

When the riots in England that astonished the world (but not me) broke out, I happened to be in Brazil. Thanks to the demand for my opinion from around the world – but not from England – I am glad to say that I benefited economically more from the riots than the most assiduous looter. It is truly an ill-wind that blows nobody any good.

After the riots were over, the government appointed a commission to enquire into their causes. The members of this commission were appointed by all three major political parties, and it required no great powers of prediction to know what they would find: lack of opportunity, dissatisfaction with the police, bla-bla-bla.

Mere HER i The New English Review.

Commentary: Sickly sweet, and deadly

By Theodore Dalrymple.

Some men are born evil, some achieve evil and some have evil thrust upon them. Bashar al-Assad of Syria falls into the third category; but from the point of view of his victims, it hardly matters. For them, evil is evil and death is death. The psychological origins of a man’s crimes don’t make them less real or horrible to those who suffer from them.

The emails exchanged among the Syrian dictator, his wife and their immediate circle, published by the Guardian this week with good but not legally probative evidence that they are genuine, are those of a band of people physically insulated from the hardships and horrors of their own country and who are given alternately to self-pitying sentimentality and callous flippancy. In other words, the emails are entirely plausible as a picture of the life in the court of Bashar al-Assad.

Mere HER i The Times Colonist eller her i The Telegraph.

Andre Kilder: The Daily Mail, The American Thinker, The Daily Express, The New Criterion,


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