Muslim Brotherhood Blames Sara Palin for "Islamophobia"


Sarah Palin on Islamaphobia watch

The Brotherhood, and many Islamic leaders across the world, believe that  that “the phenomenon of Islamophobia is still omnipresent in the West.”

Really? Who would have thought!  Western governments are already so submissive,  all pay the jiziya with willing submission and Muslims get just about everything they demand. Is there still resistance? Oh wait, once KRudds internet filter comes on  we’ll get rid of  these nasty bloggers too….

This is of course the same Muslim Brotherhood that proclaims that  Muslims “must understand that their work in America is a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands … so that … God’s religion [Islam] is made victorious over all other religions.” The Brotherhood listed some 29 likeminded “organizations of our friends” seeking to realize the same goal and controls more than 90% of all mosques in the US. (In Australia too, btw)

CAIRO: Egypt’s leading opposition group the Muslim Brotherhood lashed out at former America Vice-Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin over her defense of an American preacher’s claims that Islam is “a very evil, wicked, and violent religion, which must be fought.” The Christian leader, Franklin Graham was uninvited from a multi-faith prayer meeting at the Pentagon in Washington, DC, after US officials said his statements did not help to foster a sense of unity and tolerance.


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Palin, also the former Alaska governor and now a conservative leader with the American Tea Party Movement, said on her Facebook page that “his comments in 2001 were aimed at those who are so radical that they would kill innocent people and subjugate women in the name of religion,” adding that “any opposition to Graham’s statements is not due to matters of respect and decency, but nothing less than extreme political correctness.”

The Brotherhood argued that “Islamophobia has become a topic of increasing sociological and political importance and its eistence is all too relevant.” They said the recent statements from Palin are proff that anti-Islamic sentiments remain “loud and clear.”

The Pentagon said that had the invitation remained, it would have been “offensive” to Muslims, “since they are a very large number of tax payers.” A statement from the Pentagon said that Graham’s opinion of Islam remains “very prejudiced” and said that it would have been “inappropriate” to have him attend a service based on inter-faith pluralism.

Palin, however, argued that Graham’s language is “appropriate.” In her statement, she said that the Pentagon’s decision to cancel the invitation shows that the government is not willing to talk about the issues in Islam.

The Brotherhood, and many Islamic leaders across the world, believe that the situation shows that “the phenomenon of Islamophobia is still omnipresent in the West.”

In the MB statement, the group pointed to a number of case studies conducted in the United States of the media. They said that these studies “have revealed that Muslim viewpoints were and still are underrepresented and that issues involving Muslims are usually depicted in a negative light.

“These portrayals include the depiction of Islam and Muslims as a threat to Western security and values and that hostility towards Islam and Muslims are closely linked to media portrayals of Islam as barbaric, irrational, primitive and sexist.”

However, they called on figures, such as Palin and other conservative leaders, to make an effort to change the way they perceived Islam and speak with their Muslim communities across the world. At the same time, they condemned the former governor’s argument that Graham’s comments were legitimate.

“As long as these views continue Islamophobic tendencies will also continue. As a result, there have been several initiatives aimed at increasing Muslim participation in media and politics,” the Brotherhood continued. “And several groups have been established, designed to monitor coverage in the media and establish dialogue with media organizations.

“However, with the continued aggression by the Sarah Palins of the world, efforts must be increased tenfold if Islamophobia is to be eliminated. It has to be decided that the principles of brotherhood and fraternity are more valuable than the aggressive and repressive measures currently practiced,” the statement continued.

Palin has become a major force within the Tea Party movement, which is the leading opposition movement in the US against President Barack Obama’s presidency. A vast number of the so-called Tea-Partyers believe that Obama was not born in the United States and have been campaigning for the revoking of the health care reform bill passed earlier this year.

4 thoughts on “Muslim Brotherhood Blames Sara Palin for "Islamophobia"”

  1. Quote: An Army spokesman confirmed that Graham was disinvited because of remarks he had made about Islam after the 9/11 attacks by Islamic terrorists and afterward, in which Graham had called Islam an “evil” religion.

    “His past statements are not consistent with the multi-faith emphasis and inclusiveness of this event,” Army Col. Tom Collins said.

    Clearly the truth that islam is an evil religion, plays no bearing in decisions.

  2. Muslims are not large contributors to tax income – they steal most of the contributions of others. And since when does the army concentrate on multi-faith issues Mr Collins??!!!

  3. By now the muslim community should realize that they are despised by most people in the West. You reckon if these mongrels had any shame, they would pack up and go back to living in their deserts. These people are so thick skinned and as Kaw rightly pointed out, they live of the system and do not contribute to the economy wherever they live.
    These people are the original sponges and lousy louts of all time.

  4. I would prefer to call it Islamo-Intervention rather than Islamo-phobia.

    There is absolutley nothing criminal about being cautious, attentive to and on guard against the Mohammadan.

    We are, after all the Infidels. We are the enemy in the eyes of the Muslim Brotherhood and until they have conquered our lands from within we will always be their enemies.

    Therefore I say “keep the fires and the lamps burning throughout the nights and ensure the guards are posted and awake at every watchtower.”

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