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This special edition of The Glazov Gang was joined by Dr. Mudar Zahran, the leader of the Jordanian Opposition and a Muslim refugee in Europe and Dr. Mark Christian, a former Islamic Imam who is the president of the Global Faith Institute.
The two guests debated The Relationship Between the King of Jordan and the Muslim Brotherhood, the Jihad Against Israel and Who is Behind It, the Muslim Refugee Crisis in Europe and Is Islam Compatible With Western Values?
Don’t miss the fireworks!
And make sure to watch the new Jamie Glazov Moment in which Jamie discusses A Muslim With a Cleaver — and Islam, analyzing whether Alaa Abu Jamal really murdered Rabbi Yeshayahu Krishevsky because of Jewish settlements.
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3 thoughts on “Muslim Refugee Mudar Zahran vs. Former Islamic Imam Mark Christian — on The Glazov Gang”
Jamie, I love ya brother. Its reassuring and uplifting that we as a people are blessed with solid men such as yourself. The men and women who speak out truth and reality in the face of liberal appeasement propaganda, calling the kings with no clothes is a true God send. Thanks my brother, if I may call you that, for all you have done, doing and God willing will continue to do.
I am speaking with my entire family this weekend, and I am going to press the issue for financial support for you to be added to our list. I do this for I do not draw an income myself. I do odd jobs with my main responsibility is the stay at home grandfather of 15, homeschooling my grandchildren both in academics and biblical teachings. Believe it or not, they knoew who you are and have watched many of your videos as part of our extended curriculum supporting the basic core academics.
Rock on brother and know you and yours are always uplifted in our prayers. Your Brother in truth, Michael
Thank you my brother Michael!
Great discussion. A little rough at times, but I believe what both are saying. This discussion should be viewed by everyone. It is the critical discussion that needs to be held and brought to a conclusion. Looking forward to part 2.