Beware muslim snake oil salesmen.

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    ' The thought police over at the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) are urging journalists to delete the word “Islamist” from their lexicon.

    Ibrahim Hooper, national spokesperson for CAIR, published a column suggesting that in the New Year journalists should refrain from using the word “Islamist.”

    He further insists that the word “Islamist” is used almost always “pejoratively” by “Islamophobic groups and individuals” who link the word to terrorism, persecution of religious minorities, and human rights violations committed in the name of Islam. Hooper whines that such “bigoted attacks” unfairly target Islam because they are not equally hurled at other faiths. [Can't think why :rolleyes:]

    In the eyes of CAIR and other Islamist organizations, anything that sheds a negative light on Islam or Muslims constitutes “defamation,” even if it’s true.

    So the real agenda of CAIR and its ilk, is not to stop “bigotry” against Islam or Muslims, but to whitewash and obfuscate the truth and propagate a disinformation campaign about, yes, Islamist terrorism, Islamist persecution of religious minorities and Islamist human rights violations, all of which are done in furtherance of the ultimate goal of Islamist Supremacy.

    The real issue here is not to let the Islamist thought police like CAIR remove the arsenal of words from the English language in service of undermining the War on Terror. Words have meaning and it is critical that we accurately use them to identify our enemies. By placating CAIR’s demands, we tie one hand behind our backs in defending freedom.

    CAIR

    Here's Pat Condell's views on islamophobia ..

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ff3Qg6B_WY]American Islamophobia - YouTube[/ame]

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    Seems like a reasonable request. They do not want to be persecuted or have media promote prejudice and discrimination with certain verbage.

    In 2005, the CAIR launched a nationwide television and radio public service announcement (PSA) campaign, called "I am an American Muslim," designed to help reduce anti-Muslim discrimination and stereotyping.

    CAIR's 30 and 60-second PSAs feature American Muslims of European, African-American, Hispanic, and Native American heritage. Each person in the spots states how they and their families have served America and ends by saying, "I am an American Muslim."

    [ame=http://youtu.be/3QXEetjRG6Y]CAIR 2005 'Not in the Name of Islam' PSA - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    They are very good at mind games as well - if you are susceptible to their propaganda ..

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=hl5qpT5nbuA]Sharia Law And American Declaration of Independence The Same By Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf - YouTube[/ame]

    Beware the enemy within.
     

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