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This special edition of The Glazov Gang presents The Nonie Darwish Moment. An ex-Muslim who is the author of The Devil We Don’t Know, Nonie focuses on The Truth About The San Bernardino Terror Attack, stressing how it is high time to stop shaming Americans for wanting to protect their nation.
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And make sure to watch The Glazov Gang’s special feature in which Ann-Marie Murrell interviewed Jamie Glazov about the true nature of Jihad-Denial and what impulses spawn it. Jamie explained exactly why the Left engages in willful blindness about the Islamic threat and the huge price the West is paying in deceiving itself about the real enemy we face:
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America’s own brand of “ISIS terrorism”… Most Americans are far more likely to fall victims of America’s domestic terrorists, than foreign terrorists…
Speaking English does not promote integration into British, American and Australian societies, and broaden opportunities. English speaking Muslim youths are angry, frustrated and extremist, thanks to state schools with monolingual non-Muslim teachers and English language. English language is not only a lingua franca but also lingua frankensteinia. Human right are also covers linguistic right. Cultural and linguistic genocide are very common. British schooling is murdering community languages like Arabic, Urdu and others. English is today the world killer language. Linguistic genocide is a crime against humanity and British schooling is guilty of committing this crime. Language is not just a language. It defines one’s culture, identity and consciousness. It defines how we think, communicate and express ourselves. The fact is the most South Asian Muslims have come to know Islam by way of Urdu, the children’s alienation from the language that connects them the heritage of their parents and grandparents is disturbing. As a matter of fact, one has to get to know his mother tongue well if one is to master any other language.