Interviews

Questions NBC's Ann Curry should have asked Zarif

Elder of Ziyon 9 March 2015

NBC's Ann Curry's interview with Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Jaraf Zarif was interesting, but she could have done a much better job. Here are some questions she should

 

Netanyahu’s Speech in Congress

American Center for Democracy 5 March 2015
By Rachel Ehrenfeld

The following are excerpts from the Israeli PM’s speech: "The remarkable alliance between Israel and the United States has always been above politics. It must always remain

 

What happens to migrant women when there's no happily ever after

WAtoday 19 February 2015
By

Forced underage marriage, trafficking, female genital mutilation and domestic violence – this doesn't sound like the "lucky" country. However, the harsh reality is that there

 

Video: Ahmad Qadhaf Al-Dam: I Support ISIS, Which Should Have Been Established 50 Years Ago

youtube 9 February 2015
By MEMRITVVideos

In an interview with the Egyptian Dream2 TV channel, former Libyan official Ahmad Qadhaf Al-Dam said that he supported ISIS, which was composed of "pious young men." "This enterprise

 
 
 

Video: Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood Leader Hamza Mansour Refuses to Acknowledge that ISIS Are Terrorists

youtube 6 February 2015
By MEMRITVVideos

In a recent Jordanian TV interview, Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood leader Hamza Mansour refused to condemn ISIS as a terrorist organization. Asked repeatedly by the interviewer

 

Video: Mark Steyn Pushes Back on the Media's Denial of 'No-Go Zones'

Breitbart 2 February 2015
By John Hayward

When the mayor of Paris threatened to sue Fox News for "slandering” her city by reporting on Muslim-dominated "no-go zones,” liberal media outlets forgot their own years of reporting on those zones to bash their hated right-leaning cable news adversary. Among the longtime observers who pushed back

 

Islamic State was born in 1979 with covert operations in Afghanistan

english.pravda.ru 31 January 2015

In order to fully communicate the history of the Islamic State and its relationship with the House of Saud and Turkey, we consulted Jeffrey Steinberg, Senior Editor and

 

If Admitting a Mistake is Considered a Weakness, How Can Mistakes Ever Be Corrected?

Citizen Warrior 30 January 2015

FrontPage Magazine interviewed Nonie Darwish back in 2006, and she said some things about the Muslim world we should all remember. You can read the whole interview here: Now

 

Video: British Islamist Anjem Choudary Praises Paris Terrorists: May Allah Accept Them in Paradise

youtube 19 January 2015
By MEMRITVVideos

In a January 13 interview with the Lebanese Murr TV channel, British Islamist Anjem Choudary said that according to Islamic law, whoever insults the Prophet Muhammad should

 

Video: Maher, Salman Rushdie on Islam: ‘When There’s This Many Bad Apples,’ Orchard’s Rotten

Media ITE 14 January 2015
By Josh Feldman


After telling the Paris terrorists "go fuck yourself,” Bill Maher talked radical Islam with Salman Rushdie and observed, "When there’s this many bad apples, there’s something wrong with the orchard.” Maher went down a line of terrorist attacks since 9/11, and both he and Rushdie agreed this is more than a

 

‘Muslims have to cut out radical Islam cancer within their midst’

RT 14 January 2015

Ninety-nine percent of Muslims are peaceful, but the problem of radical Islam does exist and it is up to the community to cut out this evil within their midst and it has to

 

I don’t like being the face of FGM, says Australian survivor, but I must break the silence

The Guardian 6 January 2015
By Bridie Jabour

Khadija Gbla’s first baby is due in February. Gbla was delighted to find out she was having a boy. She has bought a pram, but between home renovations and a busy job she has not

 

Feminism Is About Equality, Not a Particular Gender: An Interview With Inga Schowengerdt

The Huffington Post 15 December 2014
By George Elerick

1. Can you tell us a bit about who you are? I am a social and developmental psychologist passionate about advancing gender equality through research, public engagement,

 

‘Amnesty are victims of Hamas propaganda’ – Israeli FM spokesman

RT 10 December 2014

Israel assumes that Amnesty International has fallen into a trap of the radical Palestinian organization Hamas, the deputy spokesman for Israel's Foreign Affairs Ministry, Alon Melchior,

 

The Frontiers of Secularism

Sam Harris Blog 9 December 2014
By Sam Harris and Phil Zuckerman


Phil Zuckerman is a professor of sociology and secular studies at Pitzer College in Claremont, California. He is the author of Living the Secular Life, Faith No More, and Society Without God. He has also edited several volumes, including Atheism and Secularity, Sex and Religion, and The Social Theory

 

Confronting the Muslim Brotherhood in the American Heartland — on The Glazov Gang

FrontPage Magazine 1 December 2014

The Muslim Brotherhood is now gaining a strong foothold in Omaha, Nebraska, having infiltrated “The Tri-Faith Initiative” through its Islamist front groups that pose as Muslim

 

Video: Islam’s War on Christianity

Creeping Sharia 25 November 2014

On this week’s edition of The Watchman, we highlight the severe persecution of Christians in Muslim lands. Author Michael Coren joins us to discuss his new book, "Hatred: Islam’s War on

 

Lebanon: Virtual museum winning censorship battles

Artsfreedom 13 November 2014

The Virtual Museum of Censorship in Lebanon doesn’t just display censorship of the past, it also supports artists who have been subject to censorship

 
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