For former FOX news pundit Glenn Beck, Islam and Nazism go hand in hand. Beck, who hosted the "Glenn Beck Program" (one of the highest rated radio programs), has numerous times attacked Islam and Muslims, and in one program, speculated that a vast number of the Muslim-American population were "radical Islamists."
Beck has made many inflammatory statements toward Islam and Muslims, including that there is a "global Islamic jihad against the West [that has formed a] working alliance with the secular socialist left both at home and abroad," and that one day Muslims and Arabs will be rounded up and "looking through a razor wire fence at the West."
Like many of the Islamophobes profiled in this gallery, Beck says he does not hate Islam or all Muslims, just extremists and "radical elements" of the faith. But numerous times on his radio and television shows, he professes a belief that all Muslims must somehow distinguish themselves from terrorists or extremists.
On his October 4, 2007 show, he said to Sharida McKenzie, organizer of a Muslim Peace March, "How do we know the difference between you and those that are trying to kill us?" And when Representative Keith Ellison (D-MN), the first Muslim elected to Congress, appeared on his November 11, 2006 show, Beck began the interview by saying to Ellison, "Sir, prove to me that you are not working with our enemies."