Video: Jamie Glazov on the Unholy Alliance’s Blame Game

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In this special episode of The Glazov Gang, Ann-Marie Murrell interviews Frontpage Editor Jamie Glazov about The Unholy Alliance’s Blame Game, in which Jamie dissects Islam’s and the Left’s sociopathic tactic of inflicting wounds — and then making the victims apologize.

The dialogue occurred within the context of Jamie’s discussion about his recent battle on Hannity against Jihad-Deniers, in which he called out progressives’ willful blindness in the face of the Islamic threat:

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  • wileyvet

    Absolutely brilliant exposition of both the left and Islam, Jamie. I myself should have started learning this stuff about Islam sooner, but now that I have I am appalled at what I am finding out. I have started with classic studies of Islam from the likes of William Muir, Tisdall, D.S. Margoliouth, Alfred Guillaume, E.M. Wherry, Snouck Hurgronje, Arberry, Rodwell, Samuel Zwemer, Ignac Goldziher, Koelle and Watt as well as Ali Dashti, The Reliance of the Traveller by al-Masri. For modern works I own or have read most of Robert Spencer’s work, Bat Ye’or’s, Ibn Warraq, Efraim Karsh, Sir Martin Gilbert, Raymond Ibrahim. However it is the Islamic sources themselves, the Trilogy of Islam, Koran , Sira and Hadith/Sunnah that speak volumes for what Muslims believe. It is not good. With the internet, I have downloaded all of the above mentioned classic works, plus have access to Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, and the other Hadith collection. I own three hard copies of The Koran, Pickthal, Yusuf Ali and N.J. Dawood plus downloaded at least 6 more. I have also read much from Muslim apostate sites,with writings from Ali Sina, Sujit Das and Mohammad Asghar, all excellent, and downloaded writings by Yusuf al-Qaradawi the accepted expert from Al-Azhar University in Cairo on all things Islam. I find it both fascinating and yet tedious, frightening and frustrating. I will come across certain absurdities or contradictions and fallacies, and want to scream. I ask myself this is what we are to respect, and what we are rolling over for in the name of tolerance. I lose my cool and just want to explode that people are not getting what is happening. Having spent much time digging into this, I am starting to lose my patience with Muslims and the fools that feed us the nonsense that Islam is a religion of peace. And I am also starting to not give a damn about Muslim sensitivities, not when I see its true face wreaking havoc in the world in the name of Allah. There are Muslims moving into my small town in Canada, and I want to confront them. Do you have any suggestions as to how to have a conversation with Muslims that does not end in my arrest?
    I thank you in advance if you respond. All the best and keep up the great work, as I am an avid reader of your work.