A Dangerous Mosque in America — on The Glazov Gang


Three distinguished guests recently joined The Glazov Gang, Frontpage’s television program, to discuss finding a balance between religious freedom and national security.

In terms of Mosque-building in America, the issue is made somewhat complicated, to say the least, by “The Explanatory Memorandum,” a Muslim Brotherhood strategy document seized in the FBI’s 2004 raid of senior Muslim Brotherhood officer Ishmael Elbarasse’s residence, which revealed that the role of “Islamic Centers” in America is to recruit and train battalions for jihad.

David Yerushalmi’s peer review study also raises serious concerns: based upon a representative sample of all US mosques and Islamic Centers, it found that approximately 80% were preaching Muslim Brotherhood jihad literature.

Our guests to discuss this problem were Eric Allen Bell, a writer and filmmaker who was recently fired from the “Daily Kos” for telling the truth about Islam, Ben Shapiro, Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and Doris Montrose, President of Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors. Below is Part II of a three-part series. To see Part I, click here. We will run Part III in tomorrow’s issue.

  • Beth

    Great interview Jamie. Eric, Ben and Doris brought up excellent points in the discussion. Doris is right with the mention of fear, not ignorance, being a factor among our society for telling the truth about the threat of Islam. If more people are willing to speak openly about it, then others will be more encouraged to do the same, which is the beginning ( I believe) to defeating the most dangerous lie ever told – "Islam is a religion of peace". Nothing could be further from the truth.

    Bravo to your guests Jamie – for speaking out.

  • marsconi

    Eric Allen Bell – I am extremely impressed and even moved by your recent epiphany concerning Islam. It took me about much longer to have my enlightenment concerning the left and their motives. You lost your friends and funding for your movie. You are a real mensch! Kudos!

  • semus

    I know Eric Bell means well, but he isn't aware of, or sadly not that curious about some things yet, but I it's coming. This tranformation if thats the right name takes time. In Mr. Bell's defense, his entire working life what's driven him is honest film making. Subsequently he's trusted and been influenced by a far left environment with all it's distortions. Should he have to question the veracity the people and the environment in which he's been surrounded? It's human nature not to. His almost duel opinion of President Obama is an example, Obama is not naive as Mr Bell asserts, there's an intent to Obama's actions, it's obvious when one steps back and looks at it.

    Side note: Needless to say, I refuse to give President Obama too much credit, he's simply moving forward with plans made a long time ago, and for the record I don't think he's had an original thought in his entire life, unlike people like Eric Bell.