Ahmed Rehab on the Michael Medved Radio Show

Michael Medved is an American radio host, author, conservative political commentator, and film critic. His Seattle-based nationally-syndicated talk show, The Michael Medved Show, airs throughout the United States on Salem Radio Network. According to Talkers’ Magazine, The Michael Medved Show is tied for the tenth-most-listened-to talk show in the country, with more than 4 million listeners weekly.[Ahmed Rehab Michael Medved Radio Show Original Link]

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5 Responses to Ahmed Rehab on the Michael Medved Radio Show

  1. Jack Fate says:

    Great interview. In mostly every response, you always have the upper hand. Medved seems to be jumping everywhere. A very erratic person.

  2. Matt Darrick says:

    Great Job Ahmed! I really appreciate you taking on individuals such as Medved who in their heart really have a vile hatred for Islam and Muslims at their core.

    I am glad you highlighted the fact that those who think Muslims want to take over the West are dabbling in the worst kind of conspiracy theory, and an unbelievably absurd one to boot. One nuanced point that is important however is to note that it is not a sin, nor is it wrong or unconstitutional for a group to wish to proselytize or to see its religion as the dominant one, Christians regularly engage in such activity.

  3. Samimedhat says:

    The majority of these listeners are too stupid to understand what you are saying. You are too intelligent for them, you might have to dumb down the language.

  4. ali says:

    Ali Abdul-karim
    Rehab,while I agree with your position on most of these controversial issues, I disagree with you on your position of shariah.When brother Yusuf (who I know personally) is asked whether as a Muslim he would like to see shariah incorporated… in America,it’s his right to express his faith in Allah’s Law over man-made law. This position is rooted in Islam,you stated he was wrong and you would debate him on this issue.I would like to understand from you ,where is he wrong Islamically? And I could set up a discussion between you and him if you are serious about it! I tend to avoid debate on this issue,I would prefer clarity if you don’t mind.

  5. Brian says:

    Never dumb down the language. You explain these issues in a simple manner and not complex. If they can’t understand, well, then, I don’t know what to say. But your explanation is right on.