Why should Muslim Americans be made to absolve themselves of guilt by association smears?
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Anti-Islam crusader Pam Geller’s effort to foment hate between the two groups is based on lies and doomed to fail.
Fox News host Sean Hannity attacks Rep. Keith Ellison, attempting to link him to extremists.
The collective psychosis displayed by the Islamophobia Movement in response to #MyJihad gets loonier.
Homeland perpetuates stereotypes and prejudices of Muslims.
Overall, Republican voters hold strong negative views of Muslims and Arabs.
Helping a burned-to-the-ground Missouri mosque quickly re-build would make a powerful and constructive statement
Congress’s anti-Islam caucus will likely grow in November, and Florida’s Adam Hasner may be its worst new member
Nathan Lean, editor-in-chief at Aslan Media, has a great write up in Salon.com on the most recent Peter King hearing.
Why does one of the House’s most radical right-wing extremists so often find common cause with the President?
Media dutifully trumpets headlines of dead “militants” though they do not have the slightest idea of who was killed.
Former U.S. officials, paid to advocate for a designated Terror group, are now on the verge of succeeding.
The way in which the U.S. media ignores such events speaks volumes about how we perceive them.