You gotta hand it to Jamie Glazov, the host of the world’s premier counter-jihad chat show, The Glazov Gang. After months of diva-like absences, being shown up by guest hosts, and increasingly erratic behavior, the global leader of counter-jihad talking headdery has dramatically righted his own ship, pulling off a Hail Mary Pass that would be met with slack-jawed envy by the Bradys and Mannings (A., E., and P.) of this world — in fact, mixing sports metaphors freely, this week’s show serves up not just a Hail Mary Pass but a Walk-Off Home Run to boot, as Glazov, looking a bit green around the gills but eager to reenter the fray, serves up two scoops of delicious counter-jihad food for thought: an interview with Vijeta Uniyal, an Indian entrepreneur based in Germany and chief of the organization Indians4Israel, and as if that weren’t enough, the Great Glazov follows it up with a blockbuster chat with Mudar Zahran, a leader of “Palestinians” in Jordan who has been living in exile in the UK since 2010. Zahran compares Israel’s and Jordan’s treatment of the “Palestinians” and expresses some taboo truths. Above all, Zahran calls out John Kerry on his “peace plan” for the Mideast and asks why a U.S. Secretary of State is threatening Israel to commit suicide.
This is premier counter-jihad chat. Grab some popcorn and your Glazov pennant, and cheer him on.