Â Â * Somebody missed the bus…
Details are for “haters.”
Longtime Jihad Watch reader PRCS kindly sent in a link to the websiteObsessionWithHate.com, a site run by a “coalition” known asÂ Hate Hurts America, whose members includeÂ CAIR,Â MPAC, and assorted private citizens who may or may not have known what they were signing up for — after all, nobody likes hate, right?
As the name suggests, they’re none too fond ofÂ Obsession, its makers, or those who appear in it. Nor are they fond, apparently, of David Horowitz and Robert Spencer, who are included on the far right (we’re heard that one before) of the photo collage on OWH”s main page … except they don’t appear in the film. Oops.
OWH also rails against the Clarion Fund for not being forthcoming about its funding or the shady characters with deep pockets who are supposedly pulling the puppet strings behind them. Though HHA does list its “coalition members,” it also does not make available information about its founders or donors, and both sites are registered through Domains by Proxy. Therein lies a bit of a double standard.
The site includes the standard boilerplate about the “real Islam” — that jihad is simply a generalized term for “struggle,” that Islam respects and elevates women, and so forth, plus these two items, which may shed light on the agenda of the site (or may be sloppy copying and pasting — or both). First:
“Islam is not a new religion.Â It is the same truth that God revealed to all His prophets throughout history.Â Islam is both a religion and a complete way of life. Muslims follow a religion of peace, mercy and forgiveness.”
… God’s eternal message was reaffirmed by each prophet and finalized by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be on them all). A Muslim’s basic testimony of faith reads: “There is no deity but God, and Muhammad is the messenger of God.” By this declaration, a person announces faith in God and belief in the entire prophetic chain of God’s messengers.
OWH also declares:
We believe the Media has an obligation to investigate this hate campaign and reveal its source of funding to the American people. We believe the presidential candidates have a responsibility to speak out against anti-American tactics that threaten to manipulate our election process…
You’re going to reveal your funding sources, too, right?