March 17, 2011, - 4:02 pm
Just got back from the Muslim satellite state of Dearbornistan, where I was interviewed by the BBC. The Beeb people are here in the States shooting a television documentary on Islam in America, which, in my view, is just about ten or 15 years “behind” Islam in Great Britain in terms of reaching critical mass and getting our country to bend in even more extreme ways to Islamic mores.
The documentary airs in June, so we’ll see how it turns out. The interviewer gave me open ended questions, and I responded at length. It will be interesting to see what hits the cutting room floor and what makes it. As we all know, it’s no secret that the network is kinda like Al-Jazeera, British Edition and is very pan-Muslim and anti-Israel. They were very nice–as all good reporters and producers always are –and I was interviewed for over an hour. It’s 70 degrees here, today, and they had no air conditioning turned on in the room (the sound interferes with the interview), so I was boiling. I was asked about Orthodox Jews in America and how they differ from Muslims, which is very easy: we don’t fly planes into buildings, shoot up Army bases, try to blow up Times Square, etc. And we don’t impose our religion on others.
And with regard to the state of Islam in America today, as I always say, Muslims and Islam in the West are no different than Muslims and Islam in the Muslim world. It’s just a matter of time and population for them in terms of their goal of turning Dar Al-Harb into Dar Al-Islam–Western lands taken by force/the sword into Islamic lands.
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