Robert Spencer

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R. Spencer

Robert "Freakin' Batman" Spencer is an American writer and commentator on Islam and Jihad. He has written five books, including two bestsellers, on topics related to Islam and terrorism. He is the founder and current director of the JihadWatch and Dhimmiwatch websites, which are frequently condemned for inciting hatred toward well meaning everyday people who behead little girls on their way to Sunday School.[1]

As his critics have said "Is there really any meaningful difference between blowing yourself up in a Tel Aviv Pizza Parlour and reporting on those things? Of course not."

Or as Oscar Wilde put it, "May Allah rip out his spine from his back and split his brains in two, and then put them both back, and then do it over and over again."[2]

Jihad Watch has come under fire for its associates, most notably Vice President Hugh Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald is suspected of being behind a deadly 1993 run-on-sentence, but no charges were ever filed.


- *The Purpose Driven Terrorist (editor), Prometheus Books, 2005. ISBN 1591022495

- *The Seventy Two People You Meet in Heaven, Regnery Publishing, 2005. ISBN 0895260131

- * A Million Little Pieces: Memoirs of a Suicide Bomber, Regnery Publishing, 2003. ISBN 0895261006

- *Inside Eurabia: A Tour Guide to Notre Dame, St. Peter’s Basilica, Hagia Sophia, and other Famous Mosques (with Daniel Ali), Ascension Press, 2103. ISBN 0965922855

- * Your Best Jihad Now: 7 Steps to Dying at Your Full Potential (Foreword by David Pryce-Jones), Encounter Books, 2002. ISBN 1893554589

- * What Color Is Your Suicide Bomb Vest?, Paleo Press, 2003. ISBN 5215535498

- * And to Think that They Blew Up Mulberry Street, Houghton Miffed Books, 2005. ISBN 3141592653

- * How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Allah (ghostwritten autobiography with abd al-Umm Nidal), Amanite Publishing, 2005. ISBN 1326142800

- * Go Infidel Dog, Go! Random House Beginner Books, 1965. ISBN 1326142800 Illustrated by Dr. Ayman "Al" Zawahiri

- * If I Ran the World! (editor), Amanite Press, 1999, reprint of the 878 edition, the definitive reprint of the original 632 edition. ISBN 0000000000 Part of the Incomprehensible Books Series; General editor: Harry Book

- * You Can’t See That in Mecca! (Photographs by al-Ansil al-Adams), Amanite Press, 2006. ISBN 1530163200

- * Children of the koran , a Steve Mamluk Thriller, koranhuskers Press, 2006. ISBN 1212121212

- * It is Well Known that George Washington’s Real Name was Jibril; For Sure , a storytime book, TeachYourChildrenWell Press, 1999. ISBN 0123456789