Kasim Hafeez is a fascinating person. He was a radical Muslim in his late teens and early twenties and then took a second look at everything he had been taught when he came across The Case for Israel by Alan Dershowitz.
I had a nice (and fun) discussion with him in a Tel Aviv bar when I was in Israel last month. Unfortunately, the first part of the video is lost due to me, um, not remembering to turn on the camera. (You can find other interviews of him where he describes his life story with less background noise.)
In this part, he talks a bit about how radical Islam works, how Muslims tend to take the Quran literally, his reading of the Dershowitz book and his first eye-opening visit to Israel.
In upcoming parts we will discuss Islam in more depth.
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