AP features Hamas-linked CAIR wringing its hands over “intolerance” against Muslims, ignores real threats to anti-jihadists
The Muslim victimhood stories are coming thick and fast in the run-up to 9/11. Somehow AP has not found the time to do a single story about the ongoing threat of jihad attack in the United States. And the stealth jihad? Forget it!
They are not the ones living under death threat, we are. They are not the ones targeted, we are. They are not getting death threats. We are. They don’t have to live with 24/7/365 heavy duty security, Geert Wilders does. Wafa Sultan, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Robert Spencer, Ibn Warraq, Salman Rushdie, the producers from Comedy Central, and accidental counter jihad tourists like Molly Norris live under death threat. As do I. Â (More)
National Public Radio is strongly urging America to get overÂ its apparently rabid case of Islamophobia. OnÂ Sunday night’s All Things Considered newscast, anchorÂ Guy Raz played audio clips of Newt Gingrich and Sarah Palin opposing the Ground Zero Mosque, and then launched into how much this resembles historic anti-Semitism:
In his column today,Â New York Times writer Nicholas Kristof points out that in 1940, 17 percent of the population considered Jews to be a menace to America.Â Almost every ethnic group in this country has gone through a period of transition when they had to fight to prove that, indeed, they were Americans.
Rabiah Ahmed and a group of Muslim leaders thought their community had to do the same today. So this week, they launched an online video campaign called “My Faith, My Voice.”
What Raz does not point out is that Rabiah Ahmed isÂ a formerÂ publicist and prominent national spokespersonÂ for the Council for Islamic-American Relations (CAIR), a group named as an un-indicted co-conspirator in a terrorist funding case.Â RazÂ didn’t so much conduct a news interview with Rabiah Ahmed as much as heÂ joinedÂ her in condemning the sad and bigoted state ofÂ America today:Â Read more