Thursday, October 05, 2006


CNN, Newsday Confuse Bigots with Victims

Appearently, a congressman (Peter King, R-NY) from a district that lost people on 9/11 can't point out, without being accused of Islamophobia, that leaders of a mosque (Islamic Center of Long Island) have "publicly stated that the CIA or the 'Zionists' may have been behind the attacks." . What's worse, those making the charge, such as CAIR's Nihad Awad, are themselves tainted by their statements and associations.

In yesterday's New York Post op-ed piece, "The Jihad on King: CNN's outrageous smear,"Steve Emerson writes:

"Last week's CNN report was one of the most dishonest pieces of reporting I have ever observed in my entire 27-year career. In attacking King, CNN reporter Jason Carroll claimed the congressman had said the members of the Long Island mosque were 'part of an Islamic threat that could cause another 9/11.'
King has said no such thing; the red herring simply distracts from the real issue - the center's history of employing extremists and defending terrorists."

If Rep. King stating the obvious is enough for CNN to join the chorus of those wishing to whitewash American sympathy for the jihadists, what chance do we have in breaking up serious threats on our soil without the media attacking those efforts as well?

The bad guys are those who spread the lies that Jews or CIA operatives are responsible for 9/11. The good guy is the congressman who is troubled by the fact that leaders of a mosque refuse to condemn these outrageous statements. Even a CNN reporter should be smart enough to figure that out.

Islamonazi CAIR Intimidates Yet Another American Business In Dhimmitude - MSNBC video

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