Why do Western Journo's fail in their reporting about Islam?

Dear Mrs Jones

Jen L Jones tries her best to be ‘fair & balanced’, but why is it so hard for her to study up for the fundamental things that divide us?

Here’s an excerpt from her writing:

Wilders goes on to call the OIC hypocritical for advocating the Cairo Declaration of Human Rights in which all rights and freedoms are said to be under Islamic Sharia law.

Are said to be? Well, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is freely available online, and it doesn’t cause physical pain to to read it. The ‘Cairo Declaration of Human Rights” (under Islam) can be  read here, and all it takes is a bit of close reading to find out that there are no rights apart from those that enable Muslims to lord over the infidel, and all human rights are subjected to sharia, Islamic law.

So why is it so hard for the likes of Mrs Jones to do a bit of close reading and then write from knowledge instead of hearsay?

Other links from the ROP:




GOP: Obama Giving Civil Protec-tion to Foreign Terrorists…

Muslim demand doesn’t square with Muslim contribution. Islam is a religion of takers.


Pakistan’s Christian Sex Slaves

Why is it that no one seems to expect better of Muslim countries when it comes to news of kidnapping, rape and the forcible conversion of minorities?


3 thoughts on “Why do Western Journo's fail in their reporting about Islam?”

  1. Declaration of Human Rights

    “…Article 5

    No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.”


    …. the word of the coward sadist Allah:

    5:38 As to the thief, male or female, cut off his or her hands: a punishment by way of example, from Allah, for their crime: and Allah is Exalted in Power. Full of Wisdom.

    24:2, 4 “(adulterers, rape victims) flog them with 100, 80 stripes”

    (24:4 impossible to show four male witnesses to prove for her rape;
    female are not allowed)

  2. Political commentator (60)
    found dead near his boat

    Thursday at noon, Mr Versto was found dead in the bay while the engine was still running. Injuries leading to autopsy. Nothing criminal is suspected, though, according to police.

    Mr Versto had been a journalist, and for several years the political editor, of VG, the most read Norwegian daily newspaper.

    In March of 2011, he commented on a biography of a certain warlord of the sixth century. Indicating violence, and pointing out that he was not in a position to embellish his opinions on the matter.

    “I don’t dare. People have been killed for less”


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