Ben Bergquam, of Frontline America, recently interviewed me about my book Sword and Scimitar — with a focus on Chapter 2, the Siege of Constantinople (717-718) — and a number of other more current matters. The nearly 30-minute podcast follows. Also, Part 1 can be viewed here.
I did a couple of audio interviews recently on a variety of topics: On Kresta in the Afternoon, of Ave Maria Radio, I discussed the major terrorist acts of 2019, the interplay between “lone wolf” jihadis and formal groups such as ISIS, the slaying of Soleimani, and media failures. The nearly 20-minute audio can be […]
Filling in for Jerris Jackson (talk radio, 1680 KGED), Ben Bergquam, of America’s Voice, recently interviewed me on Sword and Scimitar — with a focus on Chapter 1, the Battle of Yarmuk — and a number of related matters. The 31-minute podcast follows:
Yesterday I was interviewed on the Pete Santilli Show. Numerous topics were discussed in the hour-long interview, which follows:
Yesterday I was interviewed on America Can We Talk? with Debbie Georgatos. The Pensacola terror attack and the Pelosi-CAIR alliance concerning Trump’s so-called “Muslim ban” are among some of the topics discussed in the 24-minute video that follows:
I was recently interviewed on Fire Power, an InfoWars program, with host Will Johnson and co-host Tom Pappert. We discussed several topics in the 18 minute segment, which can be viewed here, starting right around the 48.03 mark.
I did a couple of radio interviews earlier this week on how “Turkey Is Reliving the Glory/Gory Days of Jihad”: On “Kresta in the Afternoon,” which airs on Ave Maria Radio (click here to listen), and on the Denice Gary Show.
Yesterday, Fr. Robert McTeigue, host of the radio program, The Catholic Current, which airs on The Station of the Cross, interviewed me on a variety of topics related to the segment’s title, “The Unholy War Against Christians.” The comprehensive, hour long interview can be listened to here.
This summer I spoke at the NY Divinity School, in an event arranged by the Middle East Forum. I discussed the much needed historical context of the Muslim world’s rage against the Western world. The nearly hour-long talk, followed by a Q&A moderated by Daniel Pipes, follows:
On June 20-21 , Coptic Solidarity held its tenth annual conference in Washington, DC. I moderated and participated in a panel titled “Radical Islamic Institutions in Egypt: Can They be Reformed?” My co-panelists were Sheikh Mohamad Tawhidi — more popularly known as the Imam of Peace — a leading Muslim reformer and outspoken critic of […]