Monday, April 02, 2007

CAIR Target: Steven Emerson

Instead of addressing the issues that seem to be afflicting the image of muslims, CAIR resorts to discrediting one of it's critics. The CAIR backed "non-flying imam" lawsuit, filed against US Airways and unnamed "John Doe" passengers, lead to some negative attention. Every detractor is labeled an intolerant islamophobe thereby ending all debate. The latest sufferer (and no stranger to CAIR's incitement watch) is Steven Emerson and his scrutiny of a NYT puff piece by Neil MacFarquhar.

The whine-o-gram refers to an article in Media Monitors Network, by claiming Emerson has a "disturbing track record" on evaluating islam. It must be noted, MMN is according to them, "a non-profit, non-bias and non-political platform which mainly helps to prevail the whole truth and generally facilitate answers to any disputed, controversial topic being broadcast, web cast, published, distributed or telecast in the world media"

A quick look at the site reveals the true agenda of this "non-bias" platform. From kudos for San Fran Nan and her terror tour and boycotting Israeli products to the recommended reading list, this site is moonbat central. If you're interested in learning why islam is getting a bad rap in the western media, you need to read this, "Madrassa - Israel's Weapon of Muslim-Slavery" it clearly outlines how Israel is secretly funding these institutions of hate.

Let me get back on topic. CAIR included this linked article in their whine-o-gram as a rebuttal to Emerson's critique. None of the issues raised in the commentary are addressed. The questions surrounding funds or "contributions" from Saudi Arabia, high ranking officials connection to terror organizations and explaining their controversial statements continue to be ignored. Character assassination enables CAIR to conceal their activities by shifting the focus and damaging the credibility of their opponents, eluding the many unanswered questions.

No comments: