I am not sure why the media has decided to jump all over this story (considering all of the crucial stories I cover that the media ignores). But being that the media has elevated this to quasi-big story status, perhaps it is a good thing. People need to know who these subversive groups like ISNA, NAIT, ICNA, etc., are and what they are doing.
What the media should be doing is using their enormous resources to investigate ISNA et al, and the evidence presented in the largest terror-funding trial in American history. Then I could understand the media swarm. But to shill for ISNA?
FDI/SIOA today called for Campbells Corporate to instruct all departments and personnel to undergo mandatory sensitivity training regarding unbelievers, non-Muslims, moderates, Christians, Jews, Hindus, Sikhs, Zoroastrians, et al.
We call upon Campbells to
1. Investigate ISNA
2. Offer the infidels, kuffar, non-beleivers, and victims of jihad a formal written apology.
3. Review the decoumentation and evidence entered into the largest terrorist funding trial in human history
4. Participate in FDI's sensitivity and diversity training...
The Camden, N.J., food company's Canadian subsidiary began offering halal soups, or those made in accordance with Islamic dietary laws, in January, The Washington Post reports.
Pamela Geller called for a boycott through her widely read blog, Atlas Shrugs, the paper said. She is against the food giant's decision to use the Islamic Society of North America to certify the products.
The society was alleged by government prosecutors to have ties to the terrorist group Hamas in a 2007 conspiracy case, the Post says, which the society denies.
"I'm not against halal food any more than I'm against kosher food. My issue is who's doing the certifying," Geller told the Post.
Campbell spokesman John Faulkner said the company investigated the society and found "no issues of concern," the Post said.
"We point out to the people supporting this [boycott] that they are a very legitimate entity," Faulkner said. "We feel very comfortable working with them."
This is offensive and insulting to the thousands of victims of the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic supremacism.
Has Mr. Faulkner reviewed these?