The shocking CIA confession that barely made the news.
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NPR covers a story on a Muslim actor/part time Muezzin and spices it up with Orientalist descriptors.
Almancis, or German-Turks are returning to Turkey due to rising Islamophobia and years of feeling like second-class citizens in Germany.
New York Times, And now, The Opinion Page. Many reporters and editors turn to the “AP Stylebook” to answer questions on grammar, punctuation and usage, so it’s news when words are purged.
Anti-Shariah legislation: “A solution in search of a problem.”
Emerson accuses the Obama administration of being infiltrated by radical followers of Islam inside our own country and throughout the world.
When will Homeland Security gets its act together, and stop hiring misinformed radicals to teach its officers?
Some may call Spencer a Sociopath, but he is more aptly known as a Cyberpath, “a stalker seeking financial gain.”
Salon.com’s Glenn Greenwald points out the real danger of NPR’s firing of Juan Williams
Excerpts about Loonwatch analysis and informing the media from NPR and Juan Cole’s Informed Comment.
Juan Williams has been fired from NPR for saying he is “nervous” around Muslim garbed people.
Raymond Ibrahim went from research librarian to Islamic expert overnight, after being exposed for being a fraud he lamented that he faced heat from his employers.