Jamie Glazov, author of the WND Books’ hit “United in Hate,” has launched a new video presentation that spotlights issues that people need to know.
“Why are we doing this?” Glazov said of his “FrontPage Close-Up,” which has premiered with an interview with Philippe Karsenty, a French media analyst. “Well, we are simply taking my interviews and symposiums to video now, it’s the new era, and we want the passion of our guests and the truth they have to bring to our terror and culture war to be brought to life…”
In “United in Hate,” Glazov takes headon the issue of tyrants, dictators and terrorists, and why leftists always seem to sympathize with them.
His critically acclaimed book published by WND Books describes the unholy alliance between murderous jihadists and people like Michael Moore, Sean Penn, Ted Turner and Noam Chomsky. He uses the leftists own words to reveal their agenda of death.
It earned unqualified praise from those including Ben Furman, the FBI’s former counterterrorism chief; President Reagan’s assistant defense secretary Richard Perle; and Reagan’s national security adviser Robert C. McFarlane.
“Jamie Glazov rolls over left-wing intellectual pretensions with a Mack truck that handles like a Porsche. He rounds them up – and when he’s finished, there’s nothing left,” Perle said.
Now Glazov, who holds a Ph.D. in history with specialties in U.S., Russian and Canadian foreign policy and is editor of FrontPage Magazine, is on video.
The first part of his first FrontPage Close-Up presentation is embedded:
His first interview is with Karsenty, the analyst who exposed the Mohammed al-Dura fraud, in which a French television network broadcast staged footage of Israeli soldiers allegedly killing a 12-year-old Palestinian, Mohammed al-Dura, during a gun battle in Gaza in 2000.
But neither the boy, nor his father, who also allegedly was shot, actually was injured, Karsenty has documented.
He told Glazov that the video reveals there simply was no blood on the “victims,” their shirts or the sidewalk after they allegedly were shot a combined 15 times.
“We wanted to start with Karsenty because one of the greatest enemies to humankind is vile anti-Semitism, its vicious lies … and the tragic way in which so much of the world is swallowing these lies without question,” Glazov explained.
After his success with “United in Hate,” Glazov followed up with “Showdown with Evil, which includes 29 of his best interviews, and offers “a crash course in how to protect American liberty from its totalitarian and terrorist enemies.”
Among coming interviews, Glazov said, are thriller writer Andrew Klavan, Muslim reformer Raheel Raza, “Radical-in-Chief” author Stanley Kurtz and leading Islam scholar Robert Spencer.