Everything You Ever Didn’t Want to Know About Islam


Welcome to FrontPage Close-Up with Jamie Glazov, a new video series of provocative interviews with the leading thinkers and newsmakers of our time.

Our guest today is Robert Spencer, the director of Jihad Watch and the author of ten books, including the New York Times bestsellers The Truth About Muhammad. He is coauthor, with Pamela Geller, of The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War On America.

We ran Part II of the interview in yesterday’s edition.

See Part III, the final version, below:


Previous Interviews:

Raheel Raza, courageous Muslim reformer, Click Here.

Nonie Darwish, author of Cruel and Usual Punishment, Click Here.

Stanley Kurtz, the author of Radical-in-Chief. Click Here.

Philippe Karsenty, the French media analyst who exposed the Mohammed Al-Dura Fraud: Click Here.

Andrew Klavan, world-renowned thriller writer: Click Here.

And stay tuned for upcoming guests:

Satirist, lecturer and writer, Evan Sayet.

And many more. . . . .

  • John C

    Great interview – I love the mixture of humor and seriousness; it's a highly original way of tackling a controversial subject and exposing the hypocrisy that exists in our culture about Islam as a religion of peace.

  • Sarah

    "Is there an anti-islamic workout that you know of…?" Jamie Glazov is incredible! Fantastic conclusion to the Spencer interview!

  • Robert Laity
  • Seamystic

    Enjoyed your program, keep up the good work. As an activist against Islam's domination, I have worked for about 10 years and against Communism 45 years. I Authored the "Ban Islam" petition at: http://www.petitiononline.com/MYSTIC/petition.htm
    There are some various attacks against it.
    I'm convinced we must go to War against all Islam or Democracies will be undermined by the Trojan Horse method of welcoming Mosques in our Democratic countries. Furthermore our future generations will all function under Sharia Law, unless we develope the Backbone to destroy Islam.


  • RiverFred

    Citizenwarrior.com has a terrific handout that you can print titled " Some things you probably don't know about Islam."

    • Seamystic

      Please send the Hand Out.

  • voted against carter

    ' TAQIYYA '
    Do your own research about it if you don't know what this means.

    Islam IS EVIL. PERIOD.

    Islam strives for world domination.

    The Quran commands Muslims to exercise jihad.

    The Quran commands Muslims to establish shariah law.

    The Quran commands Muslims to impose Islam on the entire world.

    Islam is not merely a religion, it is mainly a totalitarian ideology.

    Islam wants to dominate all aspects of life, from the cradle to the grave.

    Shariah law is a law that controls every detail of life in a Islamic society.

    From civic- and family law to criminal law.

    It determines how one should eat, dress and even use the toilet.

    Oppression of women is good, drinking alcohol is bad.

    The core of the Quran is the call to jihad.

    Jihad means a lot of things and is Arabic for battle.

    Islam means submission, there cannot be any mistake about its goal.

    Islam and freedom, Islam and democracy are not compatible.

    They are opposite values.

    Mohamed's "wife" was six years old.

    That makes Mohamed a PEDOPHILE!!!

    And you want to base a "Religion" on this a z z -holes rantings?

    Are you INSANE?

  • Stuart Parsons

    Islam is a far greater threat to the well-being of mankind than Fascism, Communism and the Hordes of Genghis Khan ever were.

  • Rochmoninoff

    Islam is the religion of peace but only for those who choose to submit.
    For the rest of us, watch out.

  • Zorba

    It is not even peaceful for those who submit. Witness the internecine strife among Sunni, Shia, Wahabi et al. They're always bombing each other's parades. Good.

    • kafir4life

      Yes, but that only happens if you're the wrong kind of muslim, or not quite muslim enough.

  • Mo_

    I kept on struggling to watch these, but I'm sorry, the constant butting in and cutting off by Jamie was annoying! If you're going to interview someone, then give them time to fully make their point. It's not like Robert yammers on anyway. He's always to the point.

    I appreciate all of Jamie's work, but these interviews didn't work for me on that level. The content, of course, was excellent.

    • Chezwick_mac

      My (unsolicited) advice to Jamie would be to make more of an effort to actually listen to the responses of those you are interviewing and help them expand upon those responses, rather than just ask a question and then immediately look down at your paper in anticipation of the next question. In so doing, you'll deepen the content of the discourse and also create a smoother ebb and flow.

      Nonetheless, part 2 and 3 were much better than part 1. Kudos to both you and Robert.

      • KJN

        Well, part one was pretty lousy. Mr. Spencer is a wonderful and concise thinker – asking him to rattle off Nobel Prize winners from the Muslim world is a parlor trick and a waste of time.

        The humorous bits were sweet, but this was scarcely as hard-hitting or engaging as Mr. Spencer's debate with Dr. Kreft, or his interviews on C-SPAN.