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Dr Monika Bartoszewicz with Jerzy Buzek, former Polish Prime Minister and the President of the European Parliament (Brussels)
Dr Monika Bartoszewicz with Prof. Daniel Philpott (Brussels)
Dr Monika Bartoszewicz and Lojze Peterle, first Prime Minister of Slovenia, Member of the European Parliament (Brussels)
Dr Monika Bartoszewicz - E.MA Fellow, ze swymi studentami oraz Paulem Lemmensem, prof. E.MA, sędzią Europejskiego Trybunału Praw Człowieka (Scuola Grande di San Rocco, Wenecja)
Dr Monika Bartoszewicz during a conference in Brussels
Dr Monika Bartoszewicz during lecture

Monika Gabriela Bartoszewicz has graduated with MA in International Relations from the University of Lodz (Poland) and MLitt in International Security Studies from St Andrews University (UK). Her academic interests evolve around international security with particular focus on political violence in asymmetric conflicts, and especially in contemporary Islamic terrorism (jihadism). She specialises in diagnoses and counter-measures against radicalisation and terrorist activity of European converts to Islam. Her doctoral thesis on Controversies of Conversions: Exploring the Potential Terrorist Threat of European Converts to Islam (2013) which explored the questions of identity and belonging considered from a security perspective,  with the particular  focus given to the potential  terrorist

threat posed by European converts to Islam, highlights her work in this regard. Her fieldwork and interdisciplinary research was conducted in Scotland, England, The Netherlands, Denmark and Poland.

In 2005 Dr. Bartoszewicz was awarded a scholarship in the Centre for Transatlantic Studies in Maastricht, the Netherlands. In 2007 she was a research intern at the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence and in 2009 her work was recognized with the Russell Trust Award.

Dr. Bartoszewicz was also a research assistant for European Survey of Youth Mobilisation, an international research project looking at youth radicalisation in Europe. In 2011 Dr.  Bartoszewicz carried out an independent research for Scottish Prison Services on radicalisation of European converts to Islam.

The non-linear and cross-sector threats to security in the context of emerging Festung Europa (Fortress Europe) especially in the context of securitised migration is another important area of her studies.

From 2011 to 2013 she was appointed as the E.MA Fellow specialising in International Relations in the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation in Venice (Italy). From 2015 to 2016 she was a visiting lecturer at the Jagiellonian University (Cracow, Poland) and from 2015 to 2017 she was an assistant professor at Vistula Vistula University in Warsaw (Poland). Currently she holds a tenure-track position at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic. 

Dr. Bartoszewicz serves as European Commission expert, rapporteur and evaluator, expert of the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, reviewer of „Journal of Terrorism Research”, „International Journal of Pedagogy, Innovation and New Technologies”, and a member of the academic board of „Oriental Law Review”. In 2017 she was invited to National Stakeholder Group of the Horizon 2020 DARE project (Dialogue About Radicalisation and Equality), an international research looking at the two contemporary and interlocked radicalisation processes: the far-right and the Islamist one. She is also an associate member of the Centre for Security Research (CeSeR) in Edinburgh and a member of the British International Studies Association.

Research interests: terrorism and political violence, international security, international relations, religion and politics, political and religious radicalisation, migration, clash of civilisations, culture and identity in international relations.



April/May 2014 – field research in Kosovo two main themes of this research were religious radicalisation and political radicalisation (of religious and nationalist origin). This research was carried out in cooperation with Amsterdam University College

January 2013 and January 2012 – fieldwork in Kosovo including visits to international organisations and institutions (such as EULEX, UNMIK, UNDP, OSCE, OHCHR, KFOR), and to local and regional non-governmental organizations (including media and religious organisations) and interviews with senior, middle and junior staff members or field workers for inter-governmental, governmental, and non-governmental organisations as well as with Kosovo Albanians and Serbs

2010–2012 – fieldwork in the United Kingdom (England and Scotland), The Netherlands, Denmark and Poland carried out during the doctoral research

2011 – an independent study on converts’ radicalisation in prison environment carried out in cooperation with the Scottish Prison Service. The research was conducted in four different prisons across Scotland

2011 – consultant and expert invited to Our Shared Europe project implemented in Denmark by the British Council in a response to cultural challenges facing contemporary Europe

2010 – research assistant and interpreter in the European Survey of Youth Mobilization (ESYM), an innovative and multidisciplinary study of youth political activity in Europe (11 countries covered) managed by Dr Jeffrey Stevenson Murer at St Andrews University, Scotland, UK



Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2018), Festung Europa


Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2018), Radical Politics: Political Participation in the Crisis of Democracy (chapter in an edited volume published by the Political Communication Institute of TASAM – Turkish Asian Center for Strategic Studies, İstanbul, Turkey)

Bartoszewicz M.G. (2017), Polskie rozumienie wolności a realia Unii Europejskiej / Polské chápání svobody a realita Evropské unie [Polish Understanding of Liberty and the EU Reality]. In Kloczkowski Jacek (Ed.) Wolność. Polskie i czeskie dylematy. Cracow: Ośrodek Myśli Politycznej, pp. 161-173 (ISBN 978-83-64-753-94-7), available online: link (Czech version), pdf (Polish version)

Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2016), Reconciliation in the Shadow of ISIS. In J. Kulska (Ed.) Faces of Reconciliation [Oblicza pojednania]. Opole: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Opolskiego, pp. 241-256 (ISBN 978-83-7395-727-5), available online: link, pdf

Bartoszewicz, M.G (2014), The Bridge on the River. European Converts to Islam and the Question of Reconciliation. In Bartoszewicz, M.G. (Ed.), Bridging the divides, Warsaw 2014, pp. 83-102 (ISBN 978-83-60853-54-2), available online: link, pdf

Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2014), Muslims and the Educational System in Great Britain: a Trojan Horse or a Parade Pony? In Odrowąż-Coates A., Kwiatkowski M. (Ed.), The future of education and society through the eyes of social researchers, Wydawnictwo Akademii Pedagogiki Specjalnej im. M. Grzegorzewskiej, pp. 132-157 (ISBN 978-83-64953-05-7), available online: link, pdf


Bartoszewicz, M.G. (Ed.), Bridging the divides, Warsaw 2014, (ISBN 978-83-60853-54-2), available online: link, pdf


Bartoszewicz, M.G. (Trans.), V4 Lead: A comparative study of leadership excellence and ethics in Central Eastern Europe [Brigitta Bozó et al.; Polish version ed. Mateusz Malicki], Wyższa Szkoła Zarządzania i Prawa im. Heleny Chodkowskiej, Warsaw-Melbourne 2013, available online: link


Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2017), Fortress Europe: Dangers of Democratic Insecurities
„Studia Polityczne”, Vol. 45, No. 3, pp. 119-142 (ISSN 1230-3135), available online: link, pdf

Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2016), Festung Europa: Securitization of Migration and Radicalization of European Societies
„Acta Universitatis Carolinae. Studia Territorialia”, 3-4, pp. 11-37 (ISSN 1213-4449) (DOI: 10.14712/23363231.2017.10), available online: link 1, link 2, pdf

Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2016), Terrorist Threat in the Context of ISIS
„Studia Polityczne”, Vol. 44, No. 4, pp. 205-223 (ISSN 1230-3135), available online: link, pdf

Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2015), Making a better world: the feminine touch
„Academic Journal of Sociology”, 11 (2), pp. 25-33 (ISSN 2299-2367), dostęp online: pdf

Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2015), Feminisation of Radical Islam
„Studia Erasmiana Wratislaviensia”, Vol. 9, pp. 307-330 (ISBN 978-83-65158-04-8), dostęp online: pdf

Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2015), 50 shades of Radicalism: A comparative analysis of contemporary radical parties in Europe. Interdisciplinary Political and Cultural Journal special edition
„Political Radicalization in Europe: old and new threats”, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 27-43 (ISSN 1641-4233), dostęp online: pdf

Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2015), The ‘White Army of Terror’: European converts to Islam and Public Imagination
„Islam and Civilisational Renewal”, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 25-42 (ISSN 2041-871X), available online: link, pdf

Bartoszewicz, M.G (2014), European Identity: Europe as Its Own ‘Other’
„Horizons of Politics”, Vol. 5, No. 10, pp. 31-49 (ISSN 2082-5897), available online: link, pdf

Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2013), Radicalisation by Stealth: Kosovo Case Study
„The Polish Quarterly of International Affairs”, 4, pp. 95-106 (ISSN 1230-4999), dostęp online: pdf

Bartoszewicz, M.G (2013), Europesebekeerlingen tot de islam: risico op radicalisering? (Europejscy konwertyci na islam: Ryzyko czy radykalizacja?), co-authored with Jeffrey Murer and Marleen Easton
„Orde van de Dag”, 62, pp. 69-75 (ISBN 1781-9210), dostęp online: pdf

Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2013), Controversies of Conversions: The Potential Terrorist Threat of European Converts to Islam
„Perspectives on Terrorism”, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 17-29 (ISBN 2334-3745), available online: link, pdf

Bartoszewicz, M.G. (2012), Patrząc w drugą stronę, czyli o świetności tolerancji europejskiej [Looking the other way, that is the prosperity of European tolerance]
„Cywilizacja”, 43 (ISBN 1643-3637)


Review of: Mohammad Mazher Idriss and Tahir Abbas (Ed.), Honour, Violence, Women and Islam (Oxon: Routlege, 2011)
„In-Spire”, Vol. 5, No. 2, Winter 2010

Review of: Thad Dunning, Crude Democracy: Natural Resource Wealth and Political Regimes (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008)
„CEU Political Science Journal”, Vol. 5, No. 3

Review of: Olav F. Knudsen (Ed.), Security Strategies, Power Disparity and Identity The Baltic Sea Region (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007)
„CEU Political Science Journal”, Vol. 5, No. 2



In English

Contemporary Political Doctrines
Terrorism and Human Rights
Comparative Analysis of Security Policy
Security Systems and Actors
International Security Policy
Conceptualization of Terrorism
Ethnic and National Minorities in Europe and the World
Religion and Identity in International Relations
Introduction to International Relations
International Political Relations
International Cultural Relations

In Polish

Współczesne doktryny polityczne
Mniejszości narodowe i etniczne w Europie i na świecie
Religia i tożsamość w stosunkach międzynarodowych
Przemoc religijna w kontekście współczesnego świata


30 November–1 December, 2017 – international conference “Competing futures: From rupture to re-articulation”,
Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden.
Paper delivered: Love hate relationship: A phenomenological analysis of contemporary populism

20 October, 2017 – Polish-Czech forum “National and individual liberty in Czech and Polish political thought and culture. Ideas and political practice”, Center For Political Thought, Cracow, Poland.
Paper delivered: Polish understanding of liberty and the reality of European Union

22 June, 2017 – international conference “International Security after Brexit and Trump”,
Center for Security Research, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom.
Paper delivered: Fortress Europe: The Dangers of Democratic Insecurities

17–18 June, 2017 – international seminar “Identity in International Relations”,
British International Studies Association, London, United Kingdom.
Paper delivered: Contra-versions of conversions: Methodological approaches to research on European converts to Islam

15–19 May, 2017 – 13th Erasmus Week,
Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal.
Paper delivered: Festung Europa: Migration, Populism and Crisis of Democracy

21–22 April, 2017 – international seminar “The ontological status of culture and emotions in politics and IR”,
University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia.
Paper delivered: Love Hate Relationship: Phenomenological Analysis of Contemporary Populism

14–15 October, 2016 – international conference “Politicisation of Europe”,
Euroacademia, Bologna, Italy.
Paper delivered: Fortress Europe: The danger of democratic insecurities

29 June–1 July, 2016 – international seminar “Europe and Its Crises”,
Cambridge University, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Paper delivered: Festung Europa: Radicalisation of European Societies and Electoral Tendencies

19 March, 2016 – international conference “Cultural and Political Effects of the Islamic State”,
Parliament of the Republic of Poland, Warsaw, Poland.
Paper delivered: Terrorist threat in the context of ISIS

15–16 February, 2016 – international conference “Investigating Conversions to Islam: Which Approach in Social Sciences?”,
Sciences Po, Paris, France.
Paper delivered: Controversies of Conversions to Islam: Typologies and Archetypes

10 December, 2015 – international conference “Oblicza pojedniania” / “Faces of Reconciliation”,
University of Opole, Opole, Polska.
Paper delivered: Religious dialogue in the shadow of ISIS

29 September, 2015 – international seminar “Globalizing Solidarity”,
Watson Institute for International Studies and Public Affairs, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA.
Paper delivered: Globalizing Solidarity

21–28 June, 2015 – international Summer School “Beyond Secular Faith”,
Edith Stein Institute of Philosophy, Granada, Spain.
Course taught: Politics of Conflict: Christian – Muslim Encounters

13–14 November, 2014 – international conference “Treasure of Solidarity. Love and Forgiveness in society’s Political Processes”,
Georgetown University in Washington D.C., USA.
Paper delivered: Love and Forgiveness in Governance

24 April, 2014 – Terrorism and Human Rights.
Guest lecture at Amsterdam University College, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

20–21 January, 2014 – Global Identity; Religious Identity; Identity and Belonging in the context of Violence.
Guest lecture at Amsterdam University College, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

5–8 June, 2013international conferenceEuropean Workshops in International Studies”,
European International Studies Association, Tartu, Estonia.
Paper delivered: When ‘Us’ Becomes ‘Them’: Popular Culture and the Construction of ‘the Other’

18–20 April, 2013 – international conference “Identities and Identifications: Politicized Uses of Collective Identities”,
Euroacademia, Zagreb, Croatia.
Paper delivered: Dream of a Borderless World. The Castaway Identity in a Vortex of Conflict

19 April, 2012 – Terrorism and Human Rights. Securitising Religious Identity.
Guest lecture at Webster University, Leiden, The Netherlands

7–9 September, 2011 – international conference Watching and Being Watched”,
University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom.
Paper delivered: When ‘Us’ Becomes ‘Them’: European Converts to Islam and Construction of ‘the Other’

2 April, 2011 – annual conference of The Islamic Foundation, Leicester, United Kingdom.
Paper delivered: Bridge on the River: European New Muslims

10–11 February, 2011 – international seminar “Learning from the other”,
Confederation of European Probation, Stockholm, Sweden.
Paper delivered: European Converts to Islam: Patterns of Radicalisation

9 September, 2010 – international seminar “Islam and Radicalisation”,
Roskilde University, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Paper delivered: Extremism of Belonging: Social Consequences of Religious Conversions

10–11 June, 2010 – 6th European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) Summer School,
University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, United Kingdom.
Paper delivered: Researching the Invisible: Methodology and Ethics in Terrorism Studies

30 September, 2009 – “Terrorism from a Multidisciplinary Perspective”, seminar organised by the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, St Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom.
Paper delivered: Research Methods in Exploring Potential Terrorist Threats of European Converts to Islam


Organisation of international academic conferences and smeinars attended by Andrea Bartoli, Frits Bolkestein, Jerzy Buzek, William T. Cavanaugh, Zdzisław Krasnodębski, Ryszard Legutko, Irena Lipowicz, Daniel Philpott, Jacek Saryusz-Wolski, Roger Scruton, Bogusław Sonik and Róża Thun among others

2015: European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium
The Treasure of Solidarity: Lessons from History and Challenges Ahead (about 100 participants). Conference Programme (pdf)

2014: Warsaw, Poland
Bridging the Divides. International conference on faith-based reconciliation and peacebuilding commemorating the 30th anniversary of Reconciliatio et paenitentia by St. John Paul II and the Year of Jan Karski (about 50 participants)

2014: Warsaw Poland
Truth and Reconciliation after Solidarity (Prawda i pojednanie po Solidarności). International Expert Seminar

Partner Institutions

Amsterdam University College (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Collegium Civitas (Warsaw, Poland)
Fetzer Institute (Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA)
Stefan Batory Foundation (Warsaw, Poland)
Georgetown University (Washington, D.C., USA)
Instituto de Filosofía Edith Stein / The Institute of Philosophy “Edith Stein” (Granada, Spain)
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (Berlin, Germany)
Polish History Museum (Warsaw, Poland)
Narodowy Bank Polski (central bank of the Republic of Poland) (Warsaw, Poland)
European Commission (Brussels, Belgium)
European Parliament (Brussels, Belgium)
Permanent Representation of the Republic of Poland to the European Union in Brussels (Brussels, Belgium)



Polskie Radio dla Zagranicy / Informacyjna Agencja Radiowa, 5 January 2018
Debata Rady Bezpieczeństwa ONZ na temat sytuacji w Iranie, audio

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Polska i Świat”, 19 December 2017
Berlin: Rocznica zamachu na bożonarodzeniowy jarmark, audio

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Polska i Świat”, 12 September 2017
Wokół debaty o migracji przez Morze Śródziemne, audio

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Polska i Świat”, 17 July 2017
O znaczeniu domniemanej śmierci Abu Bakr al-Baghdadiego, audio

Polskie Radio Program 1, special coverage, 4 June 2017
Ataki w Wielkiej Brytanii. O co w nich chodzi?, audio, whole program

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Polska i Świat”, 26 May 2017
O deklaracji G7 na temat zwalczania terroryzmu, audio

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Polska i Świat”, 22 March 2017
O zamachu w Londynie i radykalizacji europejskich konwertytów, oraz o programach deradykalizacyjnych, audio

Polskie Radio 24, „Gorący temat”, 12 March 2017
Turecko-holenderski kryzys dyplomatyczny. „Turcja odbudowuje wpływy”, audio

Polskie Radio 24, „Świat w południe”, 24 February 2017
Bitwa o Mosul. „To miasto-symbol”, audio

Polskie Radio 24, „Debata poranka”, 27 December 2016
Świat coraz mniej bezpieczny, audio

Polskie Radio 24, „Temat dnia”, 2 August 2016
Teologia polityczna Państwa Islamskiego, audio

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Sygnały dnia”, 23 July 2016
Po strzelaninie w Monachium: Idee dżihadu trafiają do młodzieży w Europie, audio

Polskie Radio Program 1, „W samo południe”, 15 July 2016
Eksperci: Francja ma problem z poprawnością polityczną, audio

Polskie Radio 24, „Temat dnia”, 10 May 2016
Arabię Saudyjską czekają reformy, audio

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Sygnały dnia”, 23 March 2016
Dr Monika Bartoszewicz i gen. Tomasz Bąk: Europa przespała swój czas, audio

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Więcej świata”, 10 November 2014
Przeszkoleni terroryści (Did the Berlin Wall fall 25 years ago?), audio

Polskie Radio Program 2, „O wszystkim z kulturą”, 15 August 2014
Islam od początku był projektem politycznym, audio


Polskie Radio Program 1, „Labirynt historii”, 31 December 2017
Jaka przyszłość czeka Polskę?

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Polska i Świat”, 15 September 2017
O wybuchu na stacji Parsons Green w Londynie oraz o nowych formach terroryzmu, audio

Polskie Radio 24, „Temat dnia”, 14 August 2017
Merkel czy Schulz? Pytania niemieckich wyborców, audio

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Polska i Świat”, 21 August 2017
O imamach, roli meczetów, oraz o czynnikach wpływających na położenie Hiszpanii (na marginesie zamachu w Barcelonie), audio

Polskie Radio 24, „Temat dnia”, 21 August 2017
Społeczeństwa europejskie a terroryzm. „Jesteśmy upośledzeni”, audio

Radio Plus, „Kościół – wydarzenia – komentarze”, 3 July 2017
Wszystko, co powinniśmy wiedzieć o islamie, audio part 1, audio part 2, audio part 3, audio part 4

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Polska i Świat”, 7 April 2017
Zamach w Sztokholmie i amerykański atak na Syrię, audio

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Debata Jedynki”, 23 March 2017
Czy Polsce grożą zamachy terrorystyczne?, audio

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Polska i Świat”, 7 January 2017
O europejskiej walce z terroryzmem (Druga rocznica zamachów w Paryżu)

Polskie Radio 24, special coverage, 1 January 2017 (phone call)
Zamach w Stambule. Sprawca był dżihadystą?, audio

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Polska i Świat”, 31 October 2016
Jakie są szanse na stworzenie armii Unii Europejskiej

Polskie Radio 24, special coverage, 26 July 2016 (phone call)
Francja: Atak na kościół w Normandii, audio

Informacyjna Agencja Radiowa, 25 July 2016
Niemcy: mamy do czynienia ze spiralą przemocy

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Polska i Świat” / „Magazyn Europejski”, 25 July 2016
O narastającym strachu w Unii Europejskiej i możliwościach walki z terroryzmem, audio

Radio Plus, „Kościół – wydarzenia – komentarze”, 12 June 2016
Fundamentalizm – chrześcijański kontra islamski, audio part 1, audio part 2, audio part 3

Polskie Radio Program 2, „Przestrzenie kultury”, 31 January 2016
Śmiertelnie niebezpieczne książki. Co z nimi zrobić?, audio

Informacyjna Agencja Radiowa, 28 November 2015
Szczyt UE-Turcja ws. imigrantów. „Bruksela rozwinie przed Ankarą czerwony dywan”

Polskie Radio Program 1, „Więcej świata”, 20 November 2015
Atak terrorystyczny w Bamako. „Mali od kilku lat pogrążone jest w chaosie”, audio

Polskie Radio Program 4, „Nowiny Radiowej Czwórki”, 14 November 2015
Zamachy we Francji: ponad 120 zabitych, audio

Polskie Radio Program 2, „O wszystkim z kulturą”, 9 September 2015
Czy można dyskutować o przyjmowaniu uchodźców?, audio

Informacyjna Agencja Radiowa, 22 July 2015
Wstrzymano egzekucję chrześcijanki oskarżonej o bluźnierstwo, audio

Polskie Radio 24, „Temat dnia”, 20 March 2015
Krajobraz po arabskiej wiośnie, audio

Polskie Radio 24, „Debata poranka”, 14 January 2015
Nowe karykatury Mahometa znów dzielą, audio

Radio Plus, „Racje Plus Negacje”, 13 January 2015
Islam – wiedza niezbędna!, audio part 1, audio part 2, audio part 3

Polskie Radio 24, „Świat w powiększeniu”, 14 December 2014
Raport o tajnych więzieniach CIA ujawniony, audio

Polskie Radio Program 2, „O wszystkim z kulturą”, 11 September 2014
Komu potrzebne jest Państwo Islamskie?, audio

Polskie Radio Program 4, „Nocne cz@ty”, 20 October 2013
Wybiórcza tolerancja


TVN24 BiS, „Fakty z Zagranicy”, 12 July 2017
„Tajemnicą poliszynela jest to, że tzw. Państwo Islamskie czerpało korzyści ze szmuglowania ludzi”

TVP Info, 4 June 2017
„Żeby skutecznie walczyć z terroryzmem, Wielka Brytania musiałaby stać się państwem totalitarnym”

TVN24 BiS, „Poranek w TVN24 BiS”, 25 October 2016
Zamieszki w obozach dla uchodźców. „To permanentna improwizacja”

TVP Kultura, „Tanie Dranie”, 18 October 2016
Dżihad i seks

TVP Info, „Istota”, 2 October 2016
Istota terroryzmu

TVP Info, „Bez Retuszu”, 17 July 2016
Po zamachu w Nicei

TVP Info, „Jan Pospieszalski: Bliżej”, 11 September 2014
Zbrodnicza działalność tzw. Państwa Islamskiego

TVP Info / PAP / IAR / „Panorama”, 11 August 2014
Monika Bartoszewicz: „Żeby dostać się do Iraku, wystarczy wykupić wczasy do Turcji”

TVP Historia, „Cafe Historia”, 15 April 2014
Polska w NATO



Koran jest nowym „Kapitałem” (interview with Robert Spencer), „Fronda Lux”, no. 71, summer 2014 (ISSN 1231-6474), pdf

Płaszczenie się przed islamem (interview with Raymond Ibrahim), „Fronda Lux”, no. 71, summer 2014 (ISSN 1231-6474), pdf


Islam sięga po przemoc (interview with M.G. Bartoszewicz), „Gość Niedzielny”, no. 1/2017, 8 January 2017 (ISSN 0137-7604), pdf

Przemoc i przestępczość (interview with M.G. Bartoszewicz), „ABC”, 2016, no. 2 (39), 11 January 2016 (ISSN 2392-3865), pdf


Imigracja. Gwałt na społeczeństwie, „Polonia Christiana”, no. 46, September-October 2015 (ISSN 1898-7877), pdf

Kosovo, „Fronda Lux”, no. 72 („A więc wojna!”), winter 2014 (ISSN 1231-6474), pdf

Zachód przed upadkiem, „Fronda Lux”, no. 71 („Meczety i maczety”), summer 2014 (ISSN 1231-6474), pdf

Bojownicy Kalifatu, „Polonia Christiana”, no. 41, November-December 2014 (ISSN 1898-7877), pdf

Zmierzch multikulturalizmu?, „Polonia Christiana”, no. 40, September-October 2014 (ISSN 1898-7877), pdf

Nadchodzi czas kalifatu, „Polonia Christiana”, no. 40, September-October 2014 (ISSN 1898-7877), pdf

Miraż wspólnej tożsamości, „Polonia Christiana”, no. 39, July-August 2014 (ISSN 1898-7877), pdf

Islam znaczy śmierć – samobójcze konwersje, „Polonia Christiana”, no. 37, March-April 2014 (ISSN 1898-7877), pdf

Miliony muzułmanów rocznie porzucają islam, „Polonia Christiana”, no. 36, January-February 2014 (ISSN 1898-7877), pdf

Islam na katolickiej uczelni, „Polonia Christiana”, no. 35, November-December 2013 (ISSN 1898-7877), pdf

Uczelnia czy zawodówka?, „Polonia Christiana”, no. 34, September-October 2013 (ISSN 1898-7877), pdf

Gdzie nie ma miejsca dla Boga, „Polonia Christiana”, no. 26, May-June 2012 (ISSN 1898-7877), pdf

INTERNET (selected)

Europa dwóch prędkości, „Teologia Polityczna Co Tydzień”, 48 (88) („Dwie EUropy?”), 4 December 2017

Zachód i reszta?, „Teologia Polityczna Co Tydzień”, 45 (85) („Po co nam cywilizacja?”), 14 November 2017

Islamski separatyzm, „Teologia Polityczna Co Tydzień”, 41 (81) („Votum separatum”), 16 October 2017

Migranci a Europa – między Twierdzą a Eurabią, „Teologia Polityczna Co Tydzień”, 34 (74) [„Stary (nie)porządek”], 30 August 2017

Turcja w cieniu zamachów, „Teologia Polityczna Co Tydzień”, 4 (44) („Turcja geopolityczny języczek u wagi”), 2 February 2017

Europa na nowo porwana, „Teologia Polityczna Co Tydzień”, 40 (40) („Résumé”), 30 December 2016

Obamy wojna z erroryzmem, „Teologia Polityczna Co Tydzień”, 36 (36) („Gambit syryjski”), 7 December 2016

Małżeństwo feminizmu z islamem, pch24.pl, 5 October 2016

Terroryzm w oparach dezinformacji, euroislam.pl, 24 July 2016

Sekularyzacyjny spleen Europy, „Teologia Polityczna Co Tydzień”, 16 (16) („Sekularyzacja proces nieodwołalny?”), 18 July 2016

Festung Europa, „Teologia Polityczna Co Tydzień”, 12 (12) („Kryzys Europa”), 20 June 2016

Teologia polityczna Państwa Islamskiego, „Teologia Polityczna Co Tydzień”, 2 (2) („Wojny kultur. Islamski problem Europy”),
11 April 2016 (reprint: Wojny kultur. Islamski problem Europy, euroislam.pl, 6 August 2016)

Świat wobec Paryża. Broń masowego potępienia, pch24.pl, 14 November 2015
(reprint: Prawa strona internetu 2) (ISBN 978-83-88739-44-6)

Islamofobia: knebel, straszak, klucz do kariery, pch24.pl, 24 September 2014

Kalifat – cywilizacja terroru, pch24.pl, 11 September 2014

Chrislam czyli o niebezpieczeństwach dialogu, euroislam.pl, 17 March 2014

Od feminizującej rebeliantki przez salony Belgradu do klasztoru, teologiapolityczna.pl, 18 November 2013

Rzecznik dialogu sięga po kamienie, teologiapolityczna.pl, 20 November 2013

Cień minaretu nigdy nie kładzie się przypadkiem, teologiapolityczna.pl, 23 March 2016

Francja płonie muzułmańskim ogniem, pch24.pl, 27 June 2013

Wielka Brytania kapituluje przed islamem, pch24.pl, 9 June 2013

Wybór Europy: chrześcijaństwo czy szariat?, pch24.pl, 15 May 2013
(reprint: Prawa strona internetu) (ISBN 978-83-88739-42-2)

Siedem grzechów głównych dialogu z islamem, pch24.pl, 24 January 2013
(reprint: Prawa strona internetu) (ISBN 978-83-88739-42-2)



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