If the bill were to pass, the ADL’s assistant regional director told the committee, “A Muslim-owned cab company might refuse to drive passengers to a Hindu temple.”
Tag Archives | Stereotypes
I wore that costume to challenge the way New Yorkers think about superheroes — and bearded Sikhs like me
Challenging misconceptions of Islamic beliefs, and the ensuing stereotypes of Muslim women, this study of women’s mercantile life in Islamic Egypt sets the record straight.
Aif Mandvi explains why, without Lowe’s, the jihadist goal is unachievable.
Muslim cab drivers rescue Jewish bagel shop.
How the media is enabling a buffoonish — and notoriously press-hungry — extremist
Michael Patrick King’s exquisitely tone-deaf movie is cinematic Viagra for Western cultural imperialists who still ignorantly and inaccurately paint the entire Middle East (and Iran) as a Kubla Khan in desperate need of liberation from ignorant, backward natives.
Update: Robert Spencer cries “bloody censorship” after he is exposed and the ALA canceled his near platform to spout anti-Muslimisms.
Robert Spencer, propeller of stereotypes on Islam, was to speak on a panel discussing going beyond stereotypes. Watch what happened when others found out.