CNN Muslim Propagandist: Europe is setting up a clash between the Muslims and the West!

Editor’s note: Mohammed Ayoob is University Distinguished Professor of International Relations at Michigan State University and adjunct scholar at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

Muslim Brotherhood operatives  behind enemy lines doing Muselprop. CNN is heavily Muslim infested and has thereby become indistinguishable from al Jizz. 

CNN: Europe provokes Clash of Civilisations by condemning Turkish genocide and not buying Iranian oil

The author’s name is Islamic, which may explain why CNN starts by praising his academic titles. Not only does CNN promote his views — they praise the guy. Titles or not, this is the kind of logic that will lead you straight to hell.

Better buy some Iranian oil and forget about those Armenians — we do not want to set up a clash with those innocent peaceful Muslims. The Clash of Civilisations was started by us, according to this distinguished professor:

“Is Europe setting up clash between Muslims and the West?,” by Mohammed Ayoob forCNN, February 3, via JW:

(CNN) — Europe and the Muslim world seem to be on a collision course that could have major political, economic and ideological ramifications. January 23, 2012, may well come to be remembered as the crucial date when Samuel Huntington’s “clash of civilizations” thesis, which many of us believed discredited beyond repair, was reaffirmed.
Political scientist Huntington wrote in 1993 that cultural divisions preclude a defining global civilization, and the West and the Muslim world would never share the same values.

Last month, Europe took two different actions that nonetheless sent the same message to the Muslim world: You are not our equals and are doomed to be judged by standards different from those by which we judge ourselves. Future historians might call January 23 the day when Europe irreversibly alienated not one, but both, pivotal powers — Iran and Turkey — that in all probability will dominate the political landscape of the Middle East for several decades.

One action was the European Union’s decision to ban oil purchases from Iran …

At the same time, the French Senate passed a law making it a crime to deny genocides that are officially recognized by France. The two genocides in this category are the Holocaust and the killing of 1.5 million Armenians in Anatolia during the last years of the Ottoman Empire. Because the denial of the Holocaust is already a crime under French law, the obvious objective of the bill is to criminalize the denial of the 1915 Armenian genocide.

Story Highlights:

  • Mohammed Ayoob: Europe took actions that showed Muslims not viewed as equal
  • He says one was ban on buying Iran’s oil as part of sanctions for nuclear enrichment
  • Other was French senate outlawing denial of Armenian genocide; Turkey denies it
  • Ayoob: Many Muslims see these as alienating: double standards applied in judgment of them

Universities in the U.S. seem to be equally infested with enemy agents:


Overcoming Islamophobia in American elections

Same BS, same drivel in Arab News:

“… rising Islamophobia has made it difficult for some Muslims to build mosques and practice their faith, although their right to do so is enshrined in the First Amendment of the US Constitution.”

— Dr. Muqtedar Khan is associate professor at the University of Delaware and a fellow of the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding. His website is This article was written for the Common Ground News Service (CGNews).


4 thoughts on “CNN Muslim Propagandist: Europe is setting up a clash between the Muslims and the West!”

  1. This so-called clash needs no setting up.
    One needs only to become knowing of
    1. the differences between the Orient and the history of the West,
    2. to understand how the mass immigration of non-Westerners will affect the Western future, and
    3. that force is all that speaks to Muslims
    They have nothing to offer the West.
    And every feature of Western culture is unwelcome in theirs.
    Integrate? Never.

  2. eib – agreed, Henri Pirenne WAS correct. Anyone who is interested, Emmet Scott’s book on the subject was recently released:

    Mohammed & Charlemagne Revisited – The History of a Controversy discusses the need to re-examine “the history of Late Antiquity and the Early Medieval Period . . .asking “What ended Roman civilization and brought about the Dark Ages?” Scott takes as his starting point the thesis of the Belgian historian Henri Pirenne [1862-1935] that the real destroyers of classical civilization were the Muslims. Scott refines, corrects and augments Pirenne’s insight, and he does so by taking into account two essential disciplines often neglected in studies of this period – archaeology and Islamology. As Scott points out, very few historians paid any attention to the nature of Islam or its beliefs – they simply assumed that Islam was and is a faith no different from others. As for the former element: Scott argues correctly that the written records cannot be taken at their face value and must be supported by archaeology. ” quoting Ibn Warraq

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