Dr. Mark Durie on “Islam vs. Human Conscience” — on The Glazov Gang

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This special two-part Glazov Gang series was joined by Dr. Mark Durie, a theologian, human rights activist, pastor of an Anglican church, and an Associate Fellow at the Middle East Forum, joined the show.

Dr. Durie joined the show to discuss Islam vs. Human Conscience,” analyzing how Islam wages war on humans moral judgment and intuition. The focus on this phenomenon occurs in Part I below (starting at 5:30 mark). The dialogue transpired within the context of Boko Haram’s kidnapping of 276 schoolgirls in Nigeria and the Islamic roots of that barbaric act. Dr. Durie shed light on the Islamic theology that inspires and sanctions Muslims to enslave and rape kafir women.

In Part II below, Dr. Durie discusses,“Female Genital Mutilation and Islam-Denial,” analyzing how the world blinds itself to the Islamic theological foundation of a vicious Islamic crime [starts at 11:00 mark]. Our guest focuses on this issue within the context of Our ‘Tend and Befriend’ Response to Jihad, — the phenomenon of how Islamic terror has traumatized the West into psychological slavery.

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  • Americana

    Jaimie Glazov, here are some stories to bring you up to date about the realities of the Boko Haram kidnapping of the Nigerian schoolgirls that indicate the initial kidnapping was fairly well known to be a ransom situation where Boko Haram wanted to exchange the schoolgirls for its own captive members. Here are two different stories from two different news orbs and written at different times, the first story is the most recent of the two and the ransom demand is still in effect:


    Now, the group appears to be testing the bargaining power of a group of girls who had been ordinary teenagers at a school—until their abduction on the night of April 14. That night, fighters with the Islamist insurgency—which is opposed to modern education— stormed a boarding school and drove 276 girls away hours before their final exams. Fifty-seven later escaped.

    The captivity of the rest became a cause célèbre, prompting a Twitter campaign, #BringBackOurGirls, that was joined by notable figures including Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton. It also spurred Boko Haram’s latest effort to get its captives released from crowded Nigerian prisons—a long-standing grievance. Three months after seizing the girls, Boko Haram’s leader, Mr. Shekau, appeared in a video demanding a prisoner exchange. “You are saying bring back our girls,” thundered the bearded gunman, before firing his AK-47 into the air. “We are saying bring back our men!”


    Nigeria’s Boko Haram rebels offered on Monday to release the nearly 300 schoolgirls the Islamist group abducted last month in exchange for its members being held in detention, in a video that showed some 100 girls wearing full veils and praying.

    The 17-minute video features a message from Islamist leader Abubakar Shekau.

    “I swear to almighty Allah, you will not see them again until you release our brothers that you have captured,” the leader of the Boko Haram terrorist network said.