Stephen Coughlin is interviewed about his new book and political correctness on the Jim Bohannon Radio Show:
Stephen Coughlin talks about his book and identifying the threat doctrine of the enemy on Fox News Channel:
Glenn Beck interviewed Stephen Coughlin on BlazeTV-The Glenn Beck program about Coughlin’s new book, Catastrophic Failure. Watch the video (subscription based).
Stephen Coughlin discussed his new book on Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney and talked about “Protocols of the Elders of Islam”, Muslim Brotherhood goals in the U.S. as outlined in the Exploratory Memorandum and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s plan to subordinate free speech.
Major Stephen Coughlin (Ret.), a man known as the Pentagon’s leading scholar on Islamic Law as it relates to national security, sits down with Ben Weingarten of TheBlaze Books to discuss his forthcoming title, “Catastrophic Failure: Blindfolding America in the Face of Jihad.” During the interview Stephen and Ben discuss the enemies’ threat doctrine and…
Stephen Coughlin was interviewed about his new book on Daily Caller’s Leaders with Ginni Thomas.
Stephen Coughlin discusses the Muslim Brotherhood’s “Civilization Jihad” document and their influence in the US government.
From the Center for Security Policy’s Panel: Benghazi: US Foreign Policy and the Influence of Shariah Doctrine, November 2012.
Three of America’s top experts on the shariah doctrinal threat to national security. Stephen Coughlin, Dr. Andrew Bostom and Diana West, were joined by Frank Gaffney to discuss, “Benghazi: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Influence of Shariah Doctrine” at Hillsdale College in Washington, DC, November 13, 2012, presented by the Center for Security Policy.
Muslim Brotherhood front groups and their apologists never tire of pointing out the strict Koranic injunctions against killing innocents. This is, of course, dissembling. In a rare radio interview, Major Stephen Coughlin (expert in Islamic law and former adviser to the Joint Chiefs of Staff) tackles an issue of the utmost importance: who is innocent…