Thursday, November 15, 2007

CAIR guides the media in islamic reporting.....

A late day whine-o-gram, “Action Alert #527”, informed me of a newly launched initiative, from the terror front group, CAIR.

At a press conference held yesterday, CAIR introduced the centerpiece of its "Beyond Stereotypes" campaign and announced their plan to distribute the newly-published "American Muslims: A Journalist's Guide to Understanding Islam and Muslims" to some 40,000 media professionals nationwide.

I don't know about you but it’s been my experience, when perusing the national news sources, that the MSM is over-the-top PC. One would never know they’re American journalist.

CAIR has taken the liberty to help reporters by creating an entire guide to facilitate the regurgitation of media to the masses, under the guise of education and understanding. CAIR says the new guide will offer journalists the tools needed to gain a better understanding of islam and to write accurate and balanced stories about muslims. The guide also offers background information on issues related to islam and muslims, best practices for reporting on the American muslim community and definitions of terminology often used in news stories or editorials. In challenging common misconceptions about islam and muslims, the guide provides an islamic perspective on hot-button issues such as islam and democracy, freedom of religion, women's rights, and interfaith relations.

The media already acts in a treasonous manner, revealing national secrets that put American soldiers in danger. Just when you think it can't get any worse they receive the Pulitzer Prize for bravery in journalism instead of serving time in Leavenworth. Thank you Dana Priest.

As a pseudo-journalist, I'm tempted to request a copy because the sample pages are vague. The table of contents page seems to indicate they cover everything from basic islamic beliefs and misused terms to interaction with muslims and the perpetual lie that Jews and Christians worship the same God.

Is this really necessary? Is it just another tool used to soften up the American psyche leading to a type of Stockholm Syndrome?

Thank goodness for conservative talk radio and the Fox News Network!

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