Introduction to Political Islam with Al Fadi, a former Muslim

I have done many interviews about the foundations of Political Islam, but I find this interview to be one of the best. We begin with my personal history that led to learning about Islam, and then discuss various topics such as:

– Why you don’t want to start out learning about Islam by reading the Koran

– Knowing the life of Mohammed, the Sira, is the easiest way to learn about Islam and the most efficient use of your time

– There is a law of saturation for Islam. After Islam enters a nation, in a matter of time, the nation becomes completely Islamic


This is the first of several interviews with Al Fadi about Political Islam. More will follow.

6 Responses

  1. ME Infidel

    Many Americans since 9/11 now understand the threat of Islam to Western civilization thanks to the yeoman efforts of Dr. Warner among others. Unfortunately, a majority of mainly leftists refuse to hear the truth. This “Red-Green Axis” or “Unholy Alliance” will lead to cultural suicide if we don’t somehow greatly amplify the dangers of Creeping Sharia. The decked is stacked against us with the incoming Biden/Harris administration, but we must find a way to prevail.

  2. zinnrg

    Dr. Warner, I too have a number of your paperbacks and like the ability to get the gist of what it’s (Islam) all about, or at least basically about. It’s hard to dig into the various mindsets of the culture of all the diverse Muslims and their various personal beliefs and personal actions.
    Thus, I have one personal question for (Mr.) Al Fadi.
    Seeing as how there are many ways given in their language(s) to lie it seems to me that there is NO way to tell if they are ever telling the truth or if they mean to tell the truth. Their language and their belief that we are never anything more than subservient to them (forever a Kafer/infidel).
    Just how does one identify the “Truth”?
    Ask him is he actually now a Kafer it is he deceiving you/us?
    Just how does one “SEE THE LIGHT” so to speak. I have always wondered how any religious person or group can well. be” religious “?
    As for myself, I try, hard as it is in these times, to live my life by the “Golden Rule. To them that “rule” is an anathema.
    I do look forward to the more and deeper dialogue.
    Thanks for taking the time to put this together.
    Most respectfully,
    R. G. Zinn
    aka ” imwithstoopid “

  3. anti-statist

    This is a truly excellent video presentation! Many thanks to Mr. Fadi and Dr. Warner for presenting it here.

  4. frenchm211

    After many fruitless prior attempts to understand the Koran following the 9/11 attacks, I eventually came across your CSPI website and It very quickly became clear to me that you had developed a more logical and effective approach. As a consequence I have been following your posts for some time now and have a complete collection of your books.
    Today I watched the first of your dialogues with Al Fadi and immediately felt that this was an enhanced way of getting the message across. This calm and rational discussion of such important subjects by two obviously well-qualified and genuinely concerned participants is definitely the way to go, and is the sort of material one feels comfortable in passing on to others. I look forward to more of these discussions.
    Best wishes for 2021
    Mark French

  5. William

    Interesting chat with Al Fadi , difficult to understand when one reads the easy to understand Holy Scriptures of the Messiah of Israel and the world. Joh 14:6 Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. Joh 14:7 If ye had known me, ye should have known my Father also: and from henceforth ye know him, and have seen him.

  6. JoeyVirgo

    Excellent introduction to Islam. Instructive and compelling. I want to see and hear more.

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