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edition of "the kelly file" at 11:00 p.m. we have all the post debate analysis. see you then. welcome to a special edition of "hannity." islamists among us. with radical islams fretting around the world we'll examine in detail the threat this jawedists could pose to our homeland. devastating terror attacks rocked jakarta and yesterday iran released a humiliating video showing its navy capturing ten u.s. sailors in the persian gulf. the sailors were released less than a day after being captured but not before iran took a video of the u.s. navy lieutenant apologizing to the rogue regime. right now the same islamic
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extremists who are wreaking havoc across the world are now living among you. look at how islamists have recently impacted us in the u.s. terror in the heartland, a brutal beheading in moore, oklahoma after the suspect's coworkers reveal he had been trying to convert them to islam. the nypd investigating a possible terror connection to an axe attack that targeted police officers in new york city earlier today. >> two radical islamists who opened fire at an event in texas. one garland police officer and one garland isd security officer were confronted by two suspects armed with assault rifles. >> a man opened fire at two military facilities in chattanooga, tennessee. >> we're treating him as a home-grown violent extremist. >> the fbi will not rule out terrorism as a possible motive
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in today's shooting rampage in san bernardino, california. >> the attempted execution of a philadelphia police officer allegedly done in the name of islam. >> couldn't be more clear. radical islamists now living among us. look at this map. since 2014 america has suffered numerous terrorist attacks here in the homeland. that's not all. in 2015 alone 60 people living in america have now been arrested and charged with crimes linked to isis. joining us now with reaction, the distinguished chair of military theory at marine corps university. dr. corka and joshua katz. it is more severe than obviously obama wants to recognize but it's now infiltrating the united states, western europe, and pretty much the entire world, we see the sphere of influence. your reaction.
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>> absolutely. there is one reality show and the reality of people being massacred at christmas parties in california, being blown up on the streets of turkey or jakarta. and then this bubble, this fantasyland that the administration lives in in which isis is contained, they're losing, we're winning, and these things really don't matter and let's have some more gun control in america. >> yeah. let me play for both of you, former cia director mike morel saying isis has gained ground faster than al qaeda in a huge way and the former fbi director pointing out there are isis investigations right now in all 50 states. >> isis has gained affiliates faster than al qaeda ever did. from nothing a year ago, there are now militant groups in nearly 20 countries that have sworn allegiance to isis. they have conducted attacks that
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have already killed americans, and they carry the potential to themselves grab large amounts of territory. libya is a place where this could happen in the near term. isis controls territory in libya. they are currently expanding that territory. i would not be surprised if we woke up one morning and isis in libya had grabbed a large part of libyan territory. >> that group is using social media to try to motivate people to either come to their so-called caliphate or kill where you are. we have investigations in all 50 states to try to identify among hundreds of people who are consuming this poison, where are they in stages from consuming to acting. and how do we stop them from acting. that is a preoccupation of the bureau and our partners in state and local law enforcement, all day long in all 56 fbi field offices. >> be joshua, we talk about isis, iraq and syria. now they're talking about libya
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and in all 50 states. then we can go to western europe on top of that. >> absolutely. >> how pervasive is the threat? >> the threat is so pervasive and the administration is just ignoring it. or maybe they're lying to us, right? but we're seeing it grow in pakistan, throughout northern africa. also in the caribbean right next to us. seeing it grow in central and south america, southeast asia. more importantly, we're seeing it grow right here at home in all 50 states and some of our territories. so this problem is growing out of control. >> mr. gorka. back to the iranian situation with the sailors. we had on john kirby, the state department spokesman last night. he recognized iran. again, dealing with radical islamists that they're state sponsors of terror. yet, we'll give them $150 billion, the right to spin centrifuges and build missile
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defense with vladimir putin. 24 days' notice before inspections. it's insanity to me. then we've got an american soldier on tape apologizing to the iranians and then john kerry thanking them for their release. let me play them back-to-back and get your reaction to this. >> it was a mistake that was our fault, and we apologize or pour mistake. the iranian behavior was fantastic while we were here. we thank you very much for your hospitality and assistance. >> also want to thank the iranian authorities for their cooperation and quick response. i am appreciative for the quick and appropriate response of the iranian authorities. all indications suggest or tell us that our sailors were well taken care of, provided with blankets and food and assisted with their return to the fleet earlier today. and i think we can all imagine how a similar situation might
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have played out three or four years ago. >> in our look at that, mr. gorka, i say to myself, serio seriousri seriousriseriou serious seriously, with the hands behind their backs? apparently they covered the hair of one the women? what's your reaction of this, thanking the iranians? >> i'm horrified. the propaganda value for this just underlies and supports this leading from behind absurdity. america is a hollowed out version of itself. now we look as if iran is more powerful than we are. let's leave that aside for a second. the fact is, this is a nation that in an arab newspaper the president gave an interview to in march of '15. he actually said this nation, iran, is a state sponsor of
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terrorism. the president has admitted that some of the $150 billion we are releasing back to tehran will fund terrorism. so we are aiding and abetting at the highest level of u.s. government. >> why then during the iranian negotiations when they were saying that the destruction of israel is nonnegotiable and they were chanting "death to america" and burning the u.s. and israeli flag, why did obama stay at the table? why did john kerry stay there? what message -- how is that interpreted, dr. gorka, in the islamic world? i would assume it's interpreted as weakness. >> it's much worse than that. i work closely with our sunni allies. i trained many of the military as a defense department official. they don't trust america anymore. i have had senior general
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officers in the u.s. military tell me, when they go to the region, because of the actions of this white house with regards to the mullas in iran, we are not trusted. the good guys who could defeat isis for us, the moderate sunnis think isis is on the side of the shia. >> what should we have done when they took the sailors hostage? >> i think lots of things could be discussed at the tactical level. these boats are rapid boats. there is no reason they have to surrender them to the iranians. they should have gotten out of there at a rapid rate of knots. we shouldn't have played nice with them. we should have demanded them back with all of the equipment. not allowing them to keep our gps systems or anything. you deal from a position of strength and you say, if you don't do this, iran will pay a price. more sanctions, not more money. >> yeah.
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dr. katz, what do you think the response should have been? >> i absolutely think that we have weakened our position in the middle east to the point where the -- we cannot operate at all. and so our position here needs to be of overwhelming strength and resolve and saying, you cannot do this whatsoever, you can't keep this. you can't keep that. you have to abide by our treaties. and they haven't done that. they fired missiles at our ship. so this is absolutely just -- we're heading down the path where america here is going to be less safe and where our soldiers and our sailors here are going to be targets. they are targets. this is going to affect america in ways that we cannot possibly fathom yet. >> appreciate both of your time. coming up next on the special edition tonight of ha t "hannity."
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>> they don't represent islam. >> well, the problem is that that sounds like we are declaring war against a religion. and that, to me, is number one wrong. >> despite this growing threat, democrats still refuse to call radical islam what it really is. later tonight. >> if someone has never made a ripple in the pond in syria in a way that would get their identity or their interest reflected in our database, we can clear our database until the cows come home but until will show up. for months top u.s. intelligence officials have been warning that isis will infiltrate the syrian refugee population. so then why are we taking them? plus, hillary clinton is attacking republican presidential candidates for promising to get tough with isis. that and more on the special edition of "hannity," islamists among us. ♪ ♪
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live from america's news headquarters. i'm ni i'm anita vogel. the sailors were detained tuesday but have since been released. it's still unclear if human error or equipment failure is ultimately to blame. the pentagon transferring ten detainees from guantanamo bay to oman as part of the obama administration's push to close the detention center. the release puts the prison population below 100 for the first time since shortly after it opened in 2002. the three winning ticket holders of yesterday's $1.6 billion powerball jackpot are staying anonymous for now. lottery officials say that's a good thing since they should hire financial experts first. the winning tickets were sold in california, tennessee and florida. i'm anita vogel. now back to haint.
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"hannity." welcome back to the special edition of "hannity," islamists among us. the president and his democratic cohorts continue to insist isis is not islamic in their refusal to identify the enemy puts you, the american people, at risk. >> the terrorists do not speak for over a billion muslims who reject their hateful ideology. they no more represent islam that any madman who kills in the name of god represents judaism. it's a falsehood that embraces the terrorist narrative. >> we are at war with violent extremism, we are at war with people who use their religion for purposes of power and oppression. and yes, we are at war with those people, but i don't want us to be painting with too broad a brush. >> just last week after a cop in
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philadelphia was shot multiple times by a man who claimed that the act was being done in the name of islam, well, the mayor of philadelphia said this. >> in no way, shape or form does anyone in this room believe that islam or the teaching of islam has anything to do with what you've seen on that screen. that is abhorrent. it's terrible and it does not represent the religion in any way, shape or form or any of its teachings. this is a criminal with a stolen gun who tried to kill one of our officers. has nothing to do with being a muslim or following the islamic faith. >> here with reaction from the islamic house of wisdom. an imam. the truth is this is done in the name of islam. this is a literal interpretation of the koran. it is the call to jihad. it is the infidels.
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it is the holy war. it's about the literal interpretation of the koran. it's about the perversion of islam, correct? that's just a fact. >> it is about extremism and terrorism and that is evil. that's crime. >> in the name of allah, in the name of islam. in the name of the koran. >> if you want to understand why we have isis and why we have this san bernardino tragedy. two things. number one, look at $70 billion spent by the saudis to teach and also 13 years of the crimes of the families of 9/11 asking for this classification of those 28 pages which were classified by president bush and unfortunately president obama. >> they are doing these acts in the name of allah. in the name of the koran. they are doing it in the name of islam. they believe that this is what
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the koran instructs them to do. >> it is not -- it is not in the name of allah in the name of muslim. it is in the name of saudi -- in the name of the saudi money. if we had disclassified the white house, both president bush -- this is extremism. >> that's my point. i am saying it's a per investigatio perversion. >> let me finish. i am a muslim, and i led the prayer and pledge of allegiance in our state senate this morning. >> so. >> i believe my faith is about rationality. >> we need more people like this imam. i was there after 9/11 after the
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buildings came down. it was in the name of allah. let me finish there, whatever your name is. what was i going to say? >> you were there after 9/11. >> it was in the name of allah when they hit the buildings. 3,000 americans. if we had christians going around, radical christians, killing people, i would call them radical christians. we have radical islam now. there is no fact that does not exist. >> that's a great analogy. >> what's happening around the world -- what's happening around the world is they're getting stronger. isis is the same as al qaeda. but now it's an organized army state. it's the same difference. that's radical islam. >> with the most land and the most money. hang on. we have other guests, imam. the reality is this is being done in the name of islam. i'm not saying that all muslims are radicals, ebony.
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i'm saying they are using as the source of their inspiration the koran and allah and et cetera. that's what they're citing as they commit these acts. >> yes, sean. i actually don't understand -- one second, sir. i don't understand why this is so confusing for so many people, including what hillary clinton said in the sound bite, sean. no one is painting with a broad brush. it's actually saying that americans are not capable of distinguishing between law-abiding traditional muslims in this country, which there are thousands and millions of, and radical, extreme terrorism that pose a very real and present threat to americans in this country. i believe that, with our intelligence and with our greater humanity, we can make that distinction, sean. >> most americans do. >> i wish -- i wish -- one more statement. i wish people would stop putting their heads in the sand on one end and then fear mongering because those get us no closer to a solution. >> islam phobia.
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>> imam. islamophobia. >> one at a time, please. imam, i'll get back to you. >> the political correctness. whenever you make a statement about radical islam, that's not politically correct. that's nonsense. these are terrorists. we have to treat them like terrorists. >> you have to call it out for what it is. >> imam, back to you one more time. as ebony pointed out, americans make the distinction. they don't look at all muslims as radical islamists. they recognize, but they do understand that your religion is being hi-jacked by radicals who in the name of your religion are committing acts of terror and violence and killing innocent people and their numbers are growing and their land mass is growing and their finance is growing. >> i would say that, if the white house had released those 28 pages, we did not have isis, we did have in this tragedy.
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those families, they deserve big money, compensation. millions of dollars. the bomb hitting yemen. that money should be given to the families of 9/11. they are criminals. they are using their religion. we are angry at them. >> we have to end it. ebony, thank you. imam, thank you. coming up next more of this special edition of "hannity." if someone has never made a ripple in the pond in syria in a way that would get their identity or their interests reflected in our database, we can clear our database until the cows come home but there will be nothing show up. top u.s. officials have been sounding the alarm about isis infiltrating the syrian refugee population coming into america, but the president refuses to listen. later tonight -- >> backward, even dangerous. so ask yourself, who is the one candidate who can stop them.
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hillary clinton. tested and tough. to stop them, stand with her. a bizarre ad, hillary clinton lashes out at her 2016 republican rivals for promising to do whatever it takes to take out isis. reaction all coming up straight ahead. doers. they don't worry if something's possible. they just do it. at sears optical, we're committed to bringing them eyewear that works as hard as they do. right now, buy one pair and get another free. quality eyewear for doers. sears optical
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bring terrorism onto american soil. >> would that bring in syrian refugees pose a greater risk to americans? >> i mean, it's clearly a population of concern. >> the concern isn't syria. the lack of our foot print on the ground in syria. it's the databases won't have the information we need. it's not a lack of process. there is a lack of information. >> someone has never made a ripple in the pond in syria in a way that would get their identity or interest reflected in our database. we can query our database, but there will be nothing show up. >> why is the president leading democrats refusing to listen to these intelligence experts? joining us with reaction. fox news strategic analyst lieutenant colonel ralph peters and fox news military analyst lieutenant colonel bill cowan. colonel peters, we're not talking about run of the mill, low-level security people. we're talking about the director of intelligence and director of the fbi, assistant director of
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the fbi, the chairman of the security committee. general john allen. all saying isis will infiltrate. why is the president gambling with the lives of americans and insisting we take them? why would he do that? >> for a very straightforward reason, sean. for president obama and the hard-left wing of the democratic party, the left in general, it's not really about humanitarianism. that's never been the left's thing. that's an excuse. what it's really about, these ways of immigration, legal or illegal, it's about social engineering. it is a basic tenet, now that communism has failed, social engineering has failed, all the left has left is multi-culturalism, multi-religionism. for them it's about anything that makes this country look, sound, think and worship less like the founding fathers. simply that. >> colonel cowan --
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>> the president will take risks. he would rather change america than protect it. >> he'll be safe. he has security. colonel cowan, paris, a refugee. istanbul, a syrian refugee. let's look at the attacks, sexual assaults, over 100 of them all throughout europe, in cologne and germany on new year's eve. now hillary clinton. she says 10,000 is not enough. we ought to take in more. maybe 65,000 is a good start. watch this. >> look, we're facing the worst refugee crisis since the end of world war ii. i think the united states has to do more, and i would like to see us move from what is a good start with 10,000 to 65,000 and begin immediately to put into place the mechanisms for vetting the people that we would take in, looking to really emphasize some of those who are most vulnerable, a lot of the persecuted, religious
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minorities. >> colonel cowan, the isis manual is telling those that sympathize, cut your beard, wear a crucifix. blend in with society. then attack. how do you possibly vet somebody and ascertain what is in their heart as you're interviewing them? they're not going to tell you, yeah, i support isis. they won't tell you that. >> you can't. you can't, sean. let me say, she is talking about bringing in persecuted minorities. the number of christians that we have allowed in from syria is almost zero since this whole affair began. we're not bringing in persecuted minorities of the christian faith. she wants to bring in anybody else that she can. sean, the vetting process is complex. but under this administration, whether you are a state department counsel, offshore immigration or homeland security and you're trying to vet a refugee sitting in front of you that you can find out nothing else about because the documents don't exist, you cannot ask the question, what is your feeling
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about the caliphate or how do you feel about shariah law with respect to overpowering all other law? those questions are not permitted. therefore, you can't get an inkling. >> trump always says we're a stupid country. this is stupid. for the president and hillary clinton to be gambling with the lives of the american people, especially after paris, especially after istanbul, especially after the sexual assaults all acrosse on new year's eve. it makes one wonder, why not a safe zone, colonel peters? why not we provide food, water, medicine, supplies, baby formula, cots, blankets, but inside syria. even military assistance to keep them safe rather than bring them here. why not that? >> too late. with the russians in there now, we would have to consult the russians in the air to establish a safe zone. it's -- he who hesitates is lost.
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god knows obama has lost. sean, if i may, an important point. bill raised this. there are genuine refugees in the middle east. not the young military age thug males who we saw in europe. there are genuine refugees and they're the christians whose 2,000-year-old civilization has been destroyed as obama passively and smugly watched. and i'll tell you. you can vet them easily because they'll vet each other. they're not going to let an isis fellow slip through or an isis hand-maiden. i am for helping genuine refugees. if you say help the christian refugees who have been driven from their homes, burned out, killed, raped, kidnapped, enslaved, you're a bigot if you say that. you have to be open to everybody. >> colonel cowan, last word. >> sean, i would like to add quickly to what ralph said. the first question. obama is still trying to validate his nobel peace prize.
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there are thousands upon thousands of iraqis and afghan, interpreters and translators who work side by side with american forces throughout the war who the state department and hillary clinton when she was there will not allow to come to this country. many killed already, the rest at risk every day for their lives. they're not being allowed to come. >> thank you both for being with us. very insightful and scary. coming up next, tonight on this special edition of "hannity." they're backward, even dangerous. ask yourself, who is the one candidate who can stop them? hillary clinton. tested and tough. to stop them, stand with her. all right. hillary promising to defeat the republican presidential candidates who actually have a plan to take out isis. we'll check in with doug, and tammy next. later, where do radical islamists get inspiration to kill innocent people? we live in a pick and choose world.
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edition of "hannity," "islamists among us." 2016 presidential candidate hillary clinton recently released a new political ad bashing her republican rivals for vowing to wipe out isis. really? watch this. >> think about it. >> i would bomb the [ bleep ] out of them. >> one of these republicans. >> carpet bomb them into oblivion. >> could actually be president. >> sit down and shut up. >> acting their agenda. >> our wages are too high. >> de-fund planned parenthood. >> they're backward, even dangerous. ask yourself who is the one candidate who can stop them. hillary clinton, tested and tough. to stop them, stand with her. >> all right. hillary tries to make you the voters afraid of republicans while the 2016 gop hopefuls, they're warning you, the american people, about the real danger of isis. watch this. >> isis is making a tremendous amount of money because they have certain oil camps, right, certain oils of oil they took
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away in syria and iraq. i would bomb the [ bleep ] out of them. >> i would blow up the pipes. i would blow up every inch. >> we'll defeat islamic terrorism and utterly destroy isis and yes, that means carpet bombing them into oblivion. >> we need to destroy isis in syria and have a strategy to do it. it won't be containment. >> we should monitor anything. mosque, church, school, you know, shopping center, where there's a lot of radical -- radicalization going on. >> i'm putting the people on notice that coming here from syria as part of this mass migration that, if i win, if i win, they're going back. they're going back. i'm telling you. >> joining us now, radio talk show host hugh hewitt. also former clinton pollster dowi
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doug schoen. tammy bruce. hillary wants 65,000 syrian refugees in spite of the intelligence warnings. and after paris and istanbul and after the sexual attacks in western europe, why would she do that? then she is attacking her rivals for saying, no, we'll be tough on isis. >> here is the thing. first she said up to 65,000. not strictly. >> let me put the parsings in. >> here is the problem. given that she is in a tough fight in iowa and new hampshire, which she could lose, she can't get too far away from the liberal base, obama and his policies. she knows as well as i do that we have to obliterate isis. her policy has been nuanced and not tough enough, sean. she'll move once she gets past iowa and new hampshire. >> fox news poll shows 65% of americans think obama's isis strategy has been a failure and she is embracing it, as doug
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pointed out. >> because of the primaries. >> three-quarters of americans don't like the direction of the country. in the montage you showed it's clear that the democrats feel that america is the problem. do we want another four or eight years of a president who feels that america is the great say then? the party now, the democratic party has more in common with the castro brothers than with anyone in this nation. she is pandering. her problem is bernie sanders. she is pandering to this. the problem is you have a dynamic where she is reinforcing the idea that america is the thing that needs to be stopped, that republicans are the enemy. it's an astounding position. her numbers now are worse at this point than they were in 2008. >> yeah. >> it is harming her. and it's going to continue to do so. >> you know, it seems that, hugh, america is afraid to have a very blunt and honest conversation. i call it the clash of culture conversation. if you grow up under shariah and you feel you have the right to tell women what to wear, whether
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they can go to school, work, that they can't drive a car or vote, you need four male eyewitnesses to prove rape. they can't leave the house without a male relative, for example, in saudi arabia. if you grow up under that system, why is it unfair to ask people whether or not you're coming here to assimilate or you are coming here to advance your own views. america -- >> of course it's -- it's not unfair. it's not unfair. i was as flabbergasted as tammy by that ad. when you played it. and her tag line is "tested and tough." she flunked every test she faced. it's tough to sell that. iraq, the failure to get the status of forces agreement. the libyan catastrophe, the syrian nightmare. we had the reset button. it is a litany of catastrophe. for her to campaign on that, i
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am with tammy, i find it mind-boggling that anyone -- maybe doug has the decoder ring to tell us what message is supposed to come out of this. >> that the clintons and particularly hillary is playing politics where she is on the defensive because the left wing of the party has ascended. tammy, it's socialist. i don't think they're quite the castro brothers but they're not the capitalist democratic party of john f. kennedy i grew up with. >> not a wing anymore. it's the party itself. >> hillary, if she is the nominee -- >> when will you become a republican? >> they're too far to the right on social issues. >> i am an independent. >> i'm a registered conservative. i'm right of both of you. >> this is not a wing anymore. it's the entire party. it's not anyone that even the republicans should try to win over. they need to win over the american people, and the american people are agreeing with us and agree that the nation needs to go into a
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different direction. >> i am a republican, and i want doug to realize there are four supreme court appointments coming. if he has any idea what will happen to the country, he has to reregister as an r and get moving. this country is in danger of being lost. >> i respectfully, hugh, disagree. if we could get more judges like ruth bader ginsburg, who i like. >> that's why i am a democrat. >> you are on originalist -- >> i am not. >> i am. the radical islamists, where do they get inspiration to kill innocents? that coming up on a special edition of "hannity." ah...
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welcome back to the special edition of "hannity," "islamists among us." many muslims describe islams as a religion of peace. a poll sees otherwise. can be justified as part of quote global jihad, 25% of
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muslim-americans say yes. joining us now, abdul karim and dr. zudi jasser. more polls.judy masser. the poll says it is sometimes acceptable. the same poll says 51% say the muslims in america should have the right and choice of being governed by sharia. put it on the side of the screen. certain quotes. i want you to respond to polls and the quaran cutting off hands and feet, and explain how people interpret that literally. >> well, this is basically, sean, the movement of political islam, fuelled by petrol dollars that dominate our muslim
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community are exclusivist translation. the islam i learned is modern ideas but the islam being pumped out of saudi arabia, or pakistan is an islam that demonizes minorities, that abuses women, that justifies things that are not only seventh century but just what i believe to be un-islamic. we, muslims have to own up to the fact the interpretations of some of the passages is not being done in an american lens and our muslim reform movement put forth a declaration saying we reject violent jihad and blaspheme laws. there are ways to interpret those passages that are commensurate with the 21 century. >> imam, i want you to discuss
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the polls and the literal interpretation. >> we don't agree with that poll, that poll was denied as being shoddy. >> cutoff hands and feet of those who fight allah. >> well, that first first is dealing with if the person has been stealing because he's hungry ordealing with a difficulty, the crime is not on the person, but the community. we're taking these sharia laws. >> it's being used to justify mothers and fathers strapping suicide vests on their children and promising them 72 surgeons in heaven so they're taking it from somewhere and they cite the
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quaran. >> they're from different hadids. >> that is where they're getting their radicalism from. >> no. when you take, just like with christians in american, lynching black people for years, right minded people understood that was not christianity. >> radical islam is what we're dealing with. >> imam, you're being delusional or ignorant or deceptive of the interpretations coming outs of saudi arabia that are in the quaran that we have to reinterpret. apologetics proves the poll is that most muslims accept that somehow, we have to reform the literal interpretation and say that the majority are mid eval and you're not allowing a conversation to admit we have a
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problem. >> respond to that. we don't have a problem, i'm not ignorant or delusional. i did say, first of all the poll was not accurate. >> you say -- >> wait, wait. >> are you saying we don't have a problem with radical islam? >> we have a problem with people claiming islam as a tool -- >> to the saudis beheading? the muslim brotherhood attacking people because of their speech? that is not happen something. >> i have to go. i appreciate it. dr. jaser, i think you can take back the religion. >> more of this special edition of "hannity" as we continue. suppositories for relief in minutes and stool softeners for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax, designed for dependable relief
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