Clash Over Islam — on The Jamie Glazov Show

Join the Jamie Glazov Show on Tuesday, March 6, 2012 at 8-9 pm Pacific (11-12 pm EST) on Blog Talk Radio. This week’s focus is Islam and our guests taking callers’ questions and challenges on the subject. Our guests are:

Eric Allen Bell, a regular blogger for the “Daily Kos” — where he was recently banned for the crime of writing three articles that ran afoul of the mindset there, specifically naming “”as a “terrorist spin control network.” He is currently producing a documentary entitled “Not Welcome” that is about the backlash against construction of a 53,000 square foot mega mosque in America’s Bible Belt. He has told his story in his Frontpage article, which went viral around the world, The High Price of Telling the Truth About Islam. Don’t miss Eric Bell on Frontpage’s television program, The Glazov Gang.


Robert Spencer, the director of Jihad Watch, a program of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and the author of ten books, including two New York Times bestsellers, The Truth About Muhammad and The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) (both Regnery).

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  • Paul Husson

    Why has the assassin at Ft, Hood not been tried? We are all entitled by the Constitution to a fair and speedy trial. There is no doubt of his guilt. There are dozens of witnesses. The assassin of President McKinley was tried, convicted and executed in six weeks.
    I can only assume that Holder is trying to spare Obama the reminder of this dark day in our history during an election year. I appologize in that this is not germaine to the subject at hand but I think it would make a good discussion on your show.

  • Lisa_H

    How about having Nonie Darwish or Brigitte Gabriel on? I sure would like to know how they would approach the female Muslim caller. Would it be similar?

  • livingengine

    After this broadcast Eric Allen Bell posted to his Facebook page that I had been sending dozens of emails to his contacts.

    This is not true. I never did this. He never contacted me before posting this to his Facebook page.

    When I wrote to him telling him these emails were unauthorized, and offering help to get to the bottom of this, he threatened to sue me.

    I ask you, are these the actions of a spiritual man, . . . or of a guilty man?