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This special edition of The Glazov Gang was joined, for Round #2 of a previous heated exchange (See Part I HERE), 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 Jihad Against Israel and who is behind it, the Disposition of the King of Jordan Toward Israel, the Effort to Overthrow the King of Jordan, Where Palestinians Can Build a State, and much more.
The heated exchange gets hotter. Don’t miss the fireworks!
And make sure to watch the special edition of The Glazov Gang that was joined by Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center who writes the blog The Point at Frontpagemag.com.
Daniel discussed The Death of Europe, shedding light on how the Mohammed retirement plan will kill a continent.
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2 thoughts on “Round #2: Muslim Refugee Mudar Zahran vs Former Islamic Imam Mark Christian — on The Glazov Gang”
I think Jamie you should have moderated Mudar more closely, he was the one who was shouting over Mark who was much more reasonable. In fact I think Mudar’s
argument was weak. He is clearly against the King of Jordan, but I do not get the feeling that the majority of Jordanians want a secular democracy. The king is actually more moderate than the majority of his subjects!
Whether or not he has enflamed the situation I cannot say but his concerns over the Al Aqsa situation are a main part of the problem.
I also found Mudar a bit out of line. If I heard correctly, he asked that Mark not interrupt him and stated that he had not interrupted Mark whe it was he (Mudar) who was by far the worst offender. Mudar seemed to me to exhibit the almost stereotypical Arab style of interaction, which is to interrupt to the point of not allowing your opponent to so much as make a point.
While the character of the Jordanian government is a worthy topic of discussion, I think there are more interesting ideas for Mark and Mudar to debate. As a modest suggestion, I hope Jamie will invite these worthies back to address the question of whether Islam is a Religion of Peace or, more accurately, a Religion of Pieces (of other people’s bodies). I sometimes wonder if this whole Religion of Peace thing is the result of a simple error in transliteration :>).