Crusade 2.0

Crusade 2.0
The West's Resurgent War on Islam

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"Bookmarked: Climate Predictions, Rebuilding After Katrina, and Islamophobia"

An excerpt of Crusade 2.0 is made available on the UTNE Reader.

-Suzanne Lindgren, UTNE Reader Aug 24, 2012

"The West's Resurgent War Against Islam"

The Transcultural Islam Project interviewed John Feffer for ISLAMiCommentary, which aims to inform public discourse and policy about Islam and Muslims.

-Julie Harbin, ISLAMiCommentary Sep 5, 2012

"The Crusades Are Back: Islamophobia"

The Burt Cohen Show discusses John Feffer's Crusade 2.0 and the rise of Islamophobia in America.

-The Burt Cohen Show Apr 12, 2012

Crusade 2.0 on World Wide Work

World Wide Work mentions John Feffer's book Crusade 2.0 under their "new and worth noting" section. Apr 1, 2012

"What do Islamophobes have in common with the Taliban?"

John Feffer, author of Crusade 2.0,  discusses Islamophobia and the current discrimination against Muslims in Europe and the United States with Relgious Dispatches.

-John Feffer, Religious Dispatches Mar 29, 2012

Review of Crusade 2.0

Abdul Malik Mujahid interviews John Feffer about his book Crusade 2.0 on Radio Islam.

-Abdul Malik Mujahid, Radio Islam Mar 22, 2012

"Massacre in Afghanistan"

The Taliban is vowing revenge after a U.S. soldier allegedly killed 16 Afghan villagers this week. The incident is one more blow to an already fragile relationship between the United States and Afghanistan. John Feffer, co-director of Foreign Policy In Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies, discusses how this affects U.S. strategy in Afghanistan moving forward.

-The Travis Smiley Show Mar 16, 2012

"America's Image Problem in Afghanistan"

John Feffer's op-ed in the Huffington Post responding to the Koran burning on a U.S. military base, stating the need for mutual understanding and engagement between Western and Muslim cultures.

-John Feffer, Huffington Post Feb 28, 2012

"Running Against Islam"

John Feffer, author of Crusade 2.0, discusses the current presidential debates and how anti-Islamic sentiment and rhetoric is used to gain votes. "Certainly, the economy remains the key campaign issue. But as the Republican hopefuls sharpen their attacks on each other and prepare for a showdown with Obama in the fall, don't be surprised if Islam becomes as defining a political issue as communism was during the Cold War."

-John Feffer, Other Words Feb 27, 2012

All-American Bigotry

"You'd think that social conservatives would embrace ventures like 'All-American Muslim.' The show features people who are hard-working, religious and family-oriented. But that's not how bigotry operates."

-John Feffer, Huffington Post Jan 6, 2012