D’Souza on Islam—a collection
Since Dinesh D’Souza is now revisiting the Islam issue, which he initially broached with his mind-blowingly meretricious book, The Enemy At Home: the Cultural Left and Its Responsibility for 9/11, this may be a good time to post a collection of my comments on the book, most of them posted in January 2007.
D’Souza dilates on our natural friendship with Muslims
Neocon D’Souza leaves AEI and (apparently) turns anti-Israel;
Is D’Souza’s book anti-Israel? Piatak and Wolfe disagree
D’Souza calls for the silencing of Islam critics
How D’Souza came to his knowledge of Islam
D’Souza’s brilliant career, cont.
The sexually libertarian patriot versus the socially conservative appeaser—what a choice!
Uncovered: the ultimate source of Dinesh D’Souza’s deep knowledge of Islam [It turns out that D’Souza’s deep knowledge of Islam consists of the slogan that the Bible is as violent as the Koran.]
D’Souza’s argument self-explodes
Where Spencer’s critique of D’Souza goes wrong
D’Souza blames Muslim hatred of America on … Lawrence Auster
The Neocons Go Left (May 2002)
My letter to the Free Press about D’Souza’s lies
My letter to O’Sullivan about D’Souza