Oh, this is rich. Saudi-funded dhimmi academic propagandist John Esposito just keeps getting more entertaining. First there were the “Darth Vaders of the world,” and now he is tormented by the devils Bernard Lewis, Daniel Pipes, Steve Emerson, and Martin Kramer.
Does Dinesh D’Souza, who naively uses Esposito as if he were a reliable source, know that the author of the only other book D’Souza has read about Islam, Bernard Lewis, is on Esposito’s devils list?
“John Esposito’s Legion of Devils,” by Winfield Myers at Campus Watch, October 3 (thanks to all who sent this in):
Our current Quote of the Month is taken from a September 24 lecture that John Esposito, director of the Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim Christian Understanding at Georgetown (that makes him the $20 million man), delivered to an audience at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne. An attendee recorded the lecture, and at 9:40 into it Esposito said:
You have myself and others who think roughly in the same school of thought. And you have a second school of thought represented by people like Bernard Lewis, Daniel Pipes, Steve Emerson, Martin Kramer, and legion. But of course we know that Christ cast out the legion of devils, but I won’t go that way.
We thought such an artless remarked deserved an artistic commemoration. So, at our request, the cartoonist Stogie rendered what one might call “The Harrowing of John Esposito.”