Eric Allen Bell, Nonie Darwish and Mark Tapson Join The Glazov Gang, Part II

Three distinguished guests recently joined The Glazov Gang, Frontpage’s television program, to shed light on The High Price of Telling the Truth about Islam — the title of Eric Allen Bell’s recent Frontpage article. Our guests were Eric Allen Bell, a writer and filmmaker who was recently fired from the “Daily Kos” for telling the truth about Islam, Nonie Darwish, author of the new book, The Devil We Don’t Know: The Dark Side of Revolutions in the Middle East, and Mark Tapson, Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center. Below is Part II of a three part series, which deals with each guest’s journey out of their political faiths. To see Part I, which dealt with the penalty for Islam truth-telling, click here. We will run Part III, which involves a debate on the right to build a mosque in America, in tomorrow’s issue.

To get the whole story on why the Left suppresses the truth about Islam, read Jamie Glazov’s book, United in Hate: The Left’s Romance with Tyranny and Terror.


  • John Jaffe

    This excellent article points out well how the Left in this country has lost its way (and much of its support). Because of its mindless and total embracing of policitical correctness as theiur driving force, the libs de facto have become big-time liars about almost everything–Obama, the economy, certainly Islamofascist terrorism, etc.
    The problem with the stuff the Left turns out is that it reflects "the world they want it to be", rather than is. So when much of their Kumbaya thinking about our all being the same, all religions really desiring peace, etc. turns out to be blatanatly wrong and they continue to embrace it–well you get the Huffington Post,, etc,., almost laughably dishonest sites continuing to lose readers.
    Notice how the Conservatives' arguments are in general much more factual, and the Libs just react emotionally, as in this case–since they can't stand the truth about Obama, Muslims, etc.,, demonstrating their emotional but not rational attachment to these politically correct beliefs.