Do Islam and Nazi Germany Have Something in Common? — on The Glazov Gang

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This special edition of The Glazov Gang was hosted by Ari David, the host of the Ari David Show Podcast, and  joined by Raymond Ibrahim, Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center.

Raymond came on the show to discuss Do Islam and Nazi Germany Have Something in Common?, unveiling the similarities between two totalitarian ideologies.

And make sure to watch another special edition of The Glazov Gang hosted by Ari and joined by Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center who writes the blog The Point at

Daniel came on the show to discuss The Catastrophic Iran Deal, analyzing the Radical-in-Chief’s dirty work for the Mullahs (starts at 6:45 mark).

The discussion was preceded by a dialogue on The Clinton Scandal and Cover-up, in which Daniel unveils the endless lies of the Clintons.

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4 thoughts on “Do Islam and Nazi Germany Have Something in Common? — on The Glazov Gang”

  1. yes, Isalm and Nazi work .
    Great Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin al-Hoesseini with Hitler had a pact to exterminate the Jews in Jerusalem, Berlijn, 28 november 1941 . Turkey also collaborated with Hitler.

    1. Yes this is confirmed by two great thinkers in the 1930’s commenting on the rise of the rise of Hitler. Carl Jung the famous psychologist and Karl Barth the respected theologin , both compared the rise of the Nazis to the brutal campaigns of Muhammed and his conquering hordes. Hitler himself is quoted as saying the only ‘religion’ he respected was Islam.

  2. I wish people, in general, would lay off the “Nazi” comparisons.
    It’s really just a sign of desperation, of trying to cash in on will to war propaganda that is 70 years old and no more applicable than the Confederate Flag issue, of late.
    National Review is even equating Sander’s Socialism and Trump’s nationalism to National Socialist political outsiders. Talk about word games. This one is Scrabble.
    Our current Federal gov’t in WDC is also a good candidate for Fascist comparisons and Carson has made it.
    So What?
    Jews tell us all about “radical evil” against “the other” but now come out criticizing a failure to judge cultures in the face of cultural destruction. This was a facet of Fascist nationalism, that culture was central to any governance, which is actually true, all through history, never mind that it was Jews who originally labeled everyone else “gentiles”, never mind the Fascist defended culture against Bolshevik cultural destruction of the time.
    F.P. Yokey makes the point that history isn’t factual so much as a relationship between the past and the present that expresses facts as seen from the view of he current zeitgeist.
    Most people won’t like Yokey’s politics, but he was a brilliant Spenglerian and that was a Fascist fascination.
    Others point out that half the Wehrmacht was composed of foreign volunteers by the end of WW2 and Hitler’s European Idea was actually a Nationalist European Union that might have worked better than it’s current Bolshevik manifestation.
    You can debate history all you want in terms of eternal recurrence, and that’s fine. Ancient Sparta was also a sort of Fascist scheme and Leonidas at Thermopylae is never questioned.
    So, go ahead with this silliness, if you want.
    But all you’re really doing is smearing an otherwise good cause as just another one with the usual political rhetoric that isn’t to be trusted any more than any of the others.
    You pull up “Nazis”. The mUzzies pull up the Crusades. BLM pull up th Confederate Flag. ON and on and on it goes, ad nausea.
    If you want to talk problems and a rational to solve it, talk politics.
    If you want to talk history, then you have to be very careful to subordinate politics to eternal recurrence, because we mortals actually pretty limited in what can and have ever done about anything.

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