Great to have Bosch back with us again to unpack the reasons behind 9/11.
Bosch grew up in a Muslim family but rejected Islam in his teens and now uses his art to mock Islam.
His background gives him a good understanding to go deeper into the reasons that lay behind the unforgettable terror attack on America 20 years ago.
We are told that those who carried it out were not "true Muslims" yet they claimed to be motivated by their religious belief.
So was the attack a naked act of terror based on hatred and anger alone or was it an act of faith based on Islamic teachings and history.
Tune in and make up your own mind.
Bosch Fawstin is an Eisner nominated cartoonist and his current work is his series, The Infidel, featuring Pigman.
Bosch came to public attention in 2015 when he was the winner of the AFDI Mohammad Cartoon Contest, organised by Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer.
As he accepted the award in Garland, Texas, two Muslims tried to kill him but were shot dead by undercover cops.
Bosch was born into a Muslim family but rejected Islam when he was 16.
Since he was a child he had natural artistic flair and he has used that creativity to mock and ridicule Islam and to promote Free Speech.
He has probably drawn Muhammad more than any other artist.
His wonderfully distinctive voice is also heard on the intro & outro to Hearts of Oak Podcast!
Interview recorded 4.10.21
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