Off the Shelf: A Thousand Years of Jihad

In this episode of Off the Shelf, Dr. Fleming and Stephen shamelessly plug the newest publication from the Foundation, A Thousand Years of Jihad. Both Dr. Fleming and Stephen discuss their reflections on the essays contained therein, authored by Dr. Brownlow and Dr. Fleming. The Barbary Pirates, Janos Hunyadi, and Lord Byron are just a few of the cast of characters.

Original Air Date: June 11, 2020
Show Run Time: 31 minutes
Show Guest(s): Dr. Thomas Fleming
Show Host(s): Stephen Heiner

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1 Response

  1. Allen Wilson says:

    Years ago I had an internet TV programme which received some quite boring channels broadcast from around the world over the web. One of these was a Turkish channel. One show on that channel featured a female reporter who went out from Constantinople or Ankyra into the Anatolian countryside, where she interviewed an old peasant woman. The peasant woman was short, dark, sort of round faced, and stocky. The TV reporter was tall, slender, very well built, white, with a beautiful European face which was something like northern European but with a uniquely exotic look, and the most glowing, bright, piercing blue eyes I have ever seen. Two races indeed.