Sunday, April 25, 2010

"A Little King Plagiarist", American author Andrew G. Bostom Claims Blogger Robert Spencer is Plagiarizing Mr. Bostom's Work, The Wheels Are Falling Off Of Spencer and Geller's Credability.

"A Little King Plagiarist", American author Andrew G. Bostom Claims Blogger Robert Spencer is Plagiarizing Mr. Bostom's Work, see article wriiten by mr. Bostom on april 24th, 2010, CLICK HERE.  It appears that "happy days" are a thing of the past.

Andrew G. Bostom (MD, MS) is an American author and Associate Professor of Medicine at Brown University Medical School. He is also an author on Islam as well as a regular contributor to and the American Thinker magazine.

Andrew Bostom is the author of The Legacy of Jihad, a work which provides an analysis of Jihad based on an exegesis of translations of Islamic primary sources done by other polemicists on the topic. Bostom is perhaps best known for his compendium of secondary sources on the history and nature of Antisemitism in the Muslim world, The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism: From Sacred Texts to Solemn History.

Andy, Bobby and me ..... I'm lovin it.
Andy Bostom, Robert Spencer, and Atlas. Brussels, Friday, October 19, 2007, Not so much lovin it today.

The Little King Plagiarist ..Robert Spencer.
Following is the article that author Andrew Bostom claims blogger Robert Spencer posted without giving Mr. Bostom credit for his work, it appears Mr Spencer was more concearned about another blogger, Pamela Geller receiving credit, see below.

"The persistent fiction that Islamic anti-Semitism is a borrowing from Nazism, Posted by Robert Spencer on April 21, 2010 7:36 AM....This is a common species of wishful thinking and willful blindness. Its proponents imagine that Islam is a Religion of PeaceĆ¢„¢ with no anti-Semitic elements (you know the drill, Islam reveres the "People of the Book," etc.), but it was corrupted by the Nazis. Thus all one needs to do to solve this problem is to eliminate the Nazi elements and call Muslims back to the true teachings of the Qur'an, and the jihad will end. How wonderful! Except it's completely fictional, and based on ignorance or denial of the jihad doctrine, Islamic supremacism, and Qur'anic anti-Semitism".

The roots of Islamic fanaticism can be traced to Adolf Hitler's radio messages broadcast around the Arab world during the Second World War, according to a new book.  "Your only hope for rescue is the destruction of the Jews before they destroy you!" Hitler said in a 1942 message, one of thousands broadcast across the Middle East in an attempt to woo the Arab world.

In a broadcast aimed at provoking an anti-Semitic uprising in Egypt, he said: "A large number of Jews who live in Egypt, along with Poles, Greeks, Armenians and Frenchmen, have guns and ammunition. "Some Jews in Cairo have even asked the British authorities to set up machine guns on the roofs of their houses," he claimed.

Article printed from Jihad Watch:
Note also what my estimable and indefatigable colleague and collaborator [1] Pamela Geller has revealed about the Mufti of Jerusalem's role in the Holocaust, and his own radio broadcasts. "Roots of Islamic funamentalism [sic] lie in Nazi propaganda for Arab world, book claims," by Allan Hall in the [2] Telegraph, April 21:
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