JihadWatch Zombie Eric Allen Bell Thinks He Hit it Big On Eric Bolling Show

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Remember JihadWatch zombie Eric Allen Bell (real name Eric Edborg), the failed D level-movie producer who moved to Murfreesboro, Tennessee and decided to make a documentary about the concerted anti-Mosque campaign by local conspiracy theorists and religious wing-nuts? During the time Bell was filming his documentary he used to constantly email us, asking us to publish his writings and advertise his documentary, his articles were usually so terrible that we averred. There was always something strange about Bell, and this strangeness manifested itself when Bell joined the ranks of the JihadWatch looniverse.

When Bell’s documentary failed to achieve the payback he had hoped for, (he expected to make money off of the venture, just like he does from his GlobalOne.tv site, a new-age spiritual hodge-podge with adverts from psychics) he turned to funding from the Islamophobia movement.

His fortunes in this regard gained some momentum, he became fast friends with Robert Spencer, who tried to plug him into the Islamophobia network the best he could. Unfortunately for Bell, because he is ignorant about most things (especially Islam and Muslims), and because he is an opportunistic charlatan his gamble on bigotry failed.

Soon after his conversion to Islamophobia, armed with nothing more than a quick anti-Muslim crash course from Robert Spencer’s indoctrination program, Bell decided to debate a Muslim apologist by the name of Nadir Ahmed. The debate was a set up, the Glazov gang decided to try and “gang up” on Mr. Ahmed–humiliation ensued. It was clear that when it came to the topic of Islam and Muslims “even an illiterate 12 year old Afghan child memorizing Quran all day in a madrassah could defeat Eric Allen Bell in debate.”

Bell was so distraught after the humiliation that he remarked, “may be time to take a sabbatical from my jihad against jihad”.

Bell’s short sabbatical is over, he is back to his “jihad” against Muslims, he believes that his humiliation has subsided and people have forgotten that he doesn’t really know much about…well…much.

He’s been busy marketing himself as a “liberal” turned counter-jihadist who stands firmly against the religious freedom of Muslims in Murfreesboro. That’s how he is selling himself now, as a former PC Liberal who has “awakened” to the the threat of Islam. In this regard Bell received attention on the usual run-of-the-mill right wing sites, as well as in USA Today and the Huffington Post. The comments on the aforementioned stories about Bell were quite blistering, essentially cementing him as a micro-version of a flip-flopping Mitt Romney, who doesn’t know his ass from his mouth.

Bell, undeterred by such humiliation is going whole hog, believing in the Hollywood myth that any publicity is good publicity. In this vein Bell’s hit the gold, he finally made it…to the Eric Bolling Show on Fox News:

Fox’s Bolling Can’t Get Enough Of Guest’s Inflammatory Anti-Muslim Comments

JUSTIN BERRIER (Media Matters)

Fox News’ Eric Bolling continued his campaign against American Muslims today, endorsing the views of a filmmaker who claimed Islam is “the worst, most deadly idea in the history of the world.”

Bolling’s guest was Eric Bell, a filmmaker who produced a documentary on a mosque in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

Bell claimed he originally saw “the Muslim community as victims” and that he had an “inclination to stick up for them.” Bell further claimed that after doing “some serious research about Islam” he found that Islam is “a radical, savage religion” and “the worst, most deadliest idea in the history of the world.” According to the Huffington Post, Bell said in a different interview that “the biggest threat to human rights is Islam.” Not only did Bolling not push back on Bell’s inflammatory rhetoric, he responded to Bell by saying he would “[l]ove to have you back and maybe expand on it a little bit more.”

At the end of the program, Bolling replayed the worst of Bell’s anti-Islam comments and announced that he would return the next day for another interview, hyping Bell as someone who “told the truth about radical Islam.” But during his interview, Bell did not limit his attacks to “radical Islam,” he attacked the religion itself. Bell attacked Islam’s prophet Mohammed before claiming Islam “is a radical, savage religion” and called it “the worst, most deadliest idea in the history of the world”:

BOLLING: What is actually happening? I only have a couple of seconds. Tell me what you found.

BELL: I found that there’s a man who raped a 9-year-old girl, who owned slaves, who killed his critics, who beheaded a tribe full of Jews named Muhammad who is the highest moral example in Islam for 1.6 billion people. And that this is a radical, savage religion. The people aren’t all radical, thank god. But the religion is the worst, most deadliest idea in the history of the world. And we need to make sure that we keep a close eye on it in this country.

Bolling’s endorsement of Bell’s views came just days after a resident of Texas was indicted for “threatening to use violence” against the Murfreesboro mosque. In addition, The New York Times reported that the construction site of the mosque “has been repeatedly vandalized” and construction equipment at the site “has been set on fire.” Other mosques around the country have also been subjected to vandalism and arson. But it should come as no surprise that Bolling endorsed Bell’s extreme anti-Muslim comments, as he has a history of extreme, anti-Muslim comments himself.

6 thoughts on “JihadWatch Zombie Eric Allen Bell Thinks He Hit it Big On Eric Bolling Show

  1. What a weird site this is – photos of people with retouched eyes and an incompetent, ineffectual defense of islam. jihadwatch should make a link to this page.

    • This site isn’t for the “defense of Islam”. It’s run by people of various faiths and people of no faith at all to combat anti-Muslim hatred that comes from places like Jihadwatch.

      It would be great if JihadWatch would acknowledge the existence of this site. However, the writers there don’t want you guys to discover the truth so whenever they have to discuss an article on this site they make sure not to mention where it’s from.

      As you can see, Spencer is still running away from debate:

  2. “But it should come as no surprise that Bolling endorsed Bell’s extreme anti-Muslim comments, as he has a history of extreme, anti-Muslim comments himself.”

    Eric Allen Bell must be a prophet or something! Didn’t he just tell everyone that when he said ISLAM – you’d hear MUSLIM?


    Qur’an:9:29 – “Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.”

    Qur’an:8:39 – “Fight them until all opposition ends and all submit to Allah.”

    Qur’an:8:39 – “So fight them until there is no more Fitnah (disbelief [non-Muslims]) and all submit to the religion of Allah alone (in the whole world).”

    Bukhari:8:387 – “Allah’s Apostle said, ‘I have been ordered to fight the people till they say: ‘None has the right to be worshipped but Allah.’

    • Having read and heard Islamophobes say they hate only Islam but love Muslims, while at the same time advocating violent invasions of Muslim countries, calling for restrictions on Muslim civil liberties and launching smear campaigns against Muslims in the public sphere like Keith Ellison — it’s pretty clear what they really mean by that. They say they’re not attacking Muslims because then they appear hateful, but that is exactly what they are doing.

      As for your random quotes, I implore you to read the the whole chapter of the Quran you’re quoting from rather than one sentence. Otherwise, you get the wrong meaning. For example, what about this Bible verse:

      “Blessed shall he be who takes your little ones and dashes them against the rock!” (Psalm 137:9)

      See? You can make anything seem violent if taken out of context.

      Here’s the commentary on verse 9:29 if you’re interested:

      Please study the Quran properly. Copying and pasting from ready made lists of Quranic verses does not help your point at all.

  3. I suspect that what you are linking to here JT are modern revisionist scholars. To the best of my knowledge and I stand to be corrected, the real authoritative hadith like Bukhari, Ibn kathir and maududi endorse the generality of this passage and call for the “humiliation degradation and disgrace” of unbelievers Indeed the pact of Umar enshrined this degradation of the unbelievers years after the prophets death so it clearly has ongoing relevance. The trouble about throwing about random passages from the bible is that the bible never was marketed as the unimpeachable word of God and therefore the critical tradition in Christianity, the reformaction, the rise of empirical science and the diminishing need in Christian dominated societies for witch burning.

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