There’s a lot of bad news. Here’s a bit of good news: an online interview series on 20 people who are exploring and speaking out about Islam, political Islam and the politically correct West. From September to December, in the third week of the month, five interviews will be presented, one each day from Monday to Friday.
The October series is from October 15-19, and has this focus: “Personal Journeys Toward Difficult Truths – Understanding Islam, Understanding the West.”
In September, the five interviewees were Pamela Geller, Mark Durie, Raheel Raza, Fred Litwin and Bill Warner.
In October, the first person to be interviewed is Robert Spencer. The others include Gavin Boby, the English mosque buster, plus a mystery guest who for a long period bought into the mainstream view, but who then learned all kinds of truths and spoke out about what he had learned — and has had major changes in his life as a consequence.
Here’s the link to register to hear the interviews — for which there is no charge:
Why do a series like this? So often we’re called bigots, racists, Islamophobes. Elsa Schieder decided that the best way to find out what we’re really like was to interview us. Who are we? What kind of people are we? What were we like before we got interested in Islam and jihad and the encroachment of Islam upon our Western freedoms, principally the freedom of speech? What made us see what so many others didn’t? What made us willing to speak out? What made us not only pay attention, but what held us, made us know we had to do this?
Check out the series here: