From Dhimma to Viziers in Andalusia: relations between Jews and Muslims should be viewed within context.
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“Dhimmitude” in the Bible? [page 3]
Martin Gilbert’s book on Jews in Muslim lands is reviewed by Robert Irwin.
Robert Spencer continues the hopeless charade that he is a scholar of Islam. One more instance of Robert Spencer’s intellectual dishonesty and huge ego.
Robert Spencer seems unable to do basic research. We expose another factual error in his writings, this time concerning Pope Pius XII and Yad Vashem.
Robert Spencer makes a fool of himself when he tries to display his proficiency in Arabic. His argument about the word “dhimmi” backfires miserably.
Robert Spencer et al. argue that Islamic theology commands Muslims to reduce non-Muslims to “dhimmitude”. But is this really true? Danios delivers the knock-out punch, Spencer out for the count.
Robert Spencer is unable to substantively tackle any of the arguments raised by LoonWatch’s Danios, and expresses his frustration (and desperation).
Here is the long awaited follow-up to the article Robert Spencer just couldn’t handle. We discuss the Pact of Umar and explain why it is a largely irrelevant document.
It has been a long road but these are the top 10 most popular pieces on Loonwatch for 2009, have your say!
And now… silence. Spencer, who has no real job other than this, has suddenly become as quiet as a mouse. What happened, Spencer? Cat got your tongue? Where did all the bravado go?
We examine Robert Spencer’s meager counter-reply to our refutation of his book. Spencer is on the ropes now, desperately trying to deflect LW’s relentless pummeling. [Click to read update!]
Robert Spencer can’t stop talking about “dhimmitude.” In this mini-book, we neutralize the argument by examining the Church’s doctrine of “Perpetual Servitude.”