What To Do About Libya?

On his radio show today, Dennis Prager said: “Americans are aware of what is going on in the Arab world. We love liberty. We want liberty spread everywhere. Number two. We don’t want to be hurt by more terrorists coming from the Arab world. Americans’ primary concern with the Arab world is — don’t send anybody to kill us.”

“The Muslim dream is a world that is Islamic but that means Sharia would govern people’s lives. How is that reconciled with our understanding of personal liberty? I don’t think it is reconcilable. If the world was Christian, there’s no Christian law. You are perfectly free to lead your life as you wish. That’s very different from a theocratic ideal. Judaism’s goal is not to have the world Jewish but to have the world ethical monotheist.”

From DennisPrager.com:

Thursday, March 31, 2011 Radio Show
20110331 – 01 Rats Exit
Prager H1: Two top Libyan officials have deserted Kaddafi’s sinking ship. Dennis has ambivalence about arming the Libyan rebels, especially if we know that Al Qaeda has insinuated itself into the rebel force.Dennis talks to Nadia Al-Sakkaf, editor of the Yemen Times, and Felice Friedson, the editor of the The Media Line, a Middle East News agency about the turmoil in Yemen specifically and the Mideast generally.

Thursday, March 31, 2011 Radio Show
20110331 – 02 A Clear Voice from Yemen
Prager H2: Dennis continues his conversation with Nadia Al-Sakkaf and Felice Friedson from Hour 1 and then analyzes what it means in light of contemporary Islamic thought.

Thursday, March 31, 2011 Radio Show
20110331 – 03 Badgering Wisconsin
Prager H3: The unions want to reverse the new Wisconsin law restricting their bargaining rights in the courts. If they have to defame a judge to get what they want, so be it. The President gave a major energy speech. He wants to reduce our dependence on foreign energy. So, why doesn’t he push more oil development in the US?… A killer whale who killed one of his trainers returns to Sea World in Orlando. And the audience cheered the whale.

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