Craig McCarthy, a devout Evangelical Christian and the former attorney for Rifqa Bary’s mother writes that some of his fellow conservatives have been fooled by false rumors and inaccurate information. He calls on them to be self-critical and more analytical.
Andrew Bostom attempts to defend Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller against the rationality and objectiveness of Michael Kruse. Bostom loses but at JihadWatch, where everybody knows his name, his friends sing his praises.
Ed Clark sends us a tip, wishing us all the worst and calling LoonWatch a shameful stupid site amongst other vile obscenities. In doing so, he gives us a glimpse into the demented mind of the Islamophobes.
Daniel Pipes recently taunted Palestinian people in a hate-filled post, using a phrase that has loaded connotations and racial undertones that white supremacists use.
Michael Savage is dropped by his flagship station in his hometown of San Francisco. The very next day he agrees to apologize to Brave New Films for crusading to take down a film of his anti-Muslim and Islamophobic rhetoric.
Jim Quinn is at it again, extending his love of neanderthals this time to an outright nonsensical call for the extermination of Islam. What Quinn was not betting on was that Islam is not a person but a set of personal beliefs.
Another instance of “when Islamophobia isn’t funny.” Vadim Ignatov, a man police are saying was motivated by hate of Islam fired shots at his Muslim neighbors’ house on several occasions, but for some Islamophobia still doesn’t exist.
Meet Bat Ye’or, a pseudo-intellectual loon that Islamophobes rely on as a resource in their work. She believes in a host of outlandish conspiracy theories; read them all in this expose!
A spate of racially motivated gang attacks against Muslims culminate in the death of a sixty-seven year old man, who was clubbed to death in front of his now traumatized granddaughter.
The Great Blog Wars have been been stoked again. After Charles Johnson reported on Robert Spencer “hanging out” with skinheads and football hooligans Spencer responded with name calling.
Mike Kruse of the St.Petersburg Times reports that “no abuse found” against Fathima Rifqa Bary and that her life is not in danger. He also accurately describes “anti-Islam” bloggers.
In blogging about a recent spate of stabbings against Han Chinese, Robert Spencer misrepresents reality by ignoring facts and projecting his own hate onto news.
The attorney representing Fathima Rifqa Bary, John Stemberger, is now claiming that the Mosque is the greater threat to Fathima Rifqa Bary. Mike Thomas checks the facts.