Geller is number one with a bullet on the Muslim Brotherhood hit list -- no pun intended. In their report Same Hate, New Target (they dare to steal as their narrative the holocaust hate of the Jews, which is at worldwide record levels, ghouls):
Some individuals, institutions and groups were at the center of pushing Islamophobia in America during the period covered by this report: Pamela Geller and Stop the Islamization of America (SIOA); Robert Spencer and Jihad Watch; Brigitte Gabriel and Act! for America; Frank Gaffney and the Center for Security Policy (CSP); Steven Emerson and the Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT); Newt Gingrich; the four members of Congress who called for an investigation of Muslim Capitol Hill interns; Osama bin Laden, Al-Qaeda and other violent extremists; and Daniel Pipes.
CAIR Report January 2009-December 2010
The public’s favorable rating of Islam sank from 40 percent in November 2001 to 30 percent in August 2010 accord
The Muslim Brotherhood group, CAIR, and its pathetic uber-left tools in academia released their first annual target list. They have targeted the brave souls fighting Islamic supremacism and the imposition of the Brotherhood agenda. Despite hundreds of death threats, the counter jihadists named in the Hamas-tied group's list of blasphemers continue to fight against honor killing, mosqeuing of the workplace, mosqueing of the public school, gender apartheid, ethnic cleansing, and sharia law.
Hamas-tied CAIR, whose own leadership is serving time for funding terrorists, is engaged in a smear campaign to discredit and marginalize the most effective defenders of freedom.
I love how they stole my explanation of today's hate for Israel and the Jews. I actually have a category at Atlas - Antisemitism: Modern Argument to Age-Old Hate, created in 2005, with nearly 1,000 posts. These Jew-haters have now co-opted my truth for their fallacious narrative: "Islamophobia is the new face of an old hate that has targeted minorities throughout our nation's history."
New CAIR, UC Berkeley Report Documents Growing Islamophobia in U.S. Groundbreaking study offers recommendations to help challenge troubling phenomenon
(WASHINGTON, D.C., 6/23/11) -- The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the University of California, Berkeley's Center for Race and Gender today released a report based on available data and interviews with experts that documents growing Islamophobia in the United States and offers recommendations about how to challenge the troubling phenomenon.
[Dr. Hatem Bazian, founder of the Islamophobia Research and Documentation Project at UC Berkeley, spoke at the Washington, D.C., news conference held this morning at CAIR's Capitol Hill headquarters to announce the release of the report.]
The groundbreaking report -- titled "Same Hate, New Target: Islamophobia and Its Impact in the United States 2009-2010" -- offers a definition of Islamophobia as a "close-minded prejudice against or hatred of Islam and Muslims" and an overview of its growing negative impact in the United States. After defining the term, the report states: "It is not appropriate to label all, or even the majority of those, who question Islam and Muslims as Islamophobes."
Special sections in the report focus on the manufactured controversy over the Park 51 Islamic community center in Manhattan, the 2010 Oklahoma ballot initiative targeting Islamic principles (Sharia) and Islamophobia in the 2010 elections.
Cordoba House -- iconic of Islamic conquest over the West. Join me at Ground Zero on Septemebr 11th to protest this cultural obscenity.
"This report shows that Americans who embrace pluralism must act together to prevent Islamophobia from being accepted in mainstream society," said CAIR National Legislative Director Corey Saylor, one of the report's co-authors. "Islamophobia is the new face of an old hate that has targeted minorities throughout our nation's history."
Saylor quoted from the report's executive summary: "CAIR's vision regarding Islamophobia in America looks toward the time when being Muslim carries a positive connotation and Islam has an equal place among many faiths in America's pluralistic society."
He said the report lists the "worst" Islamophobes and the "best" of those pushing back against growing anti-Muslim sentiment in American society and presents an initial set of recommendations for Muslims and Americans of other faiths to challenge Islamophobia.
Those commended for pushing back against Islamophobia include New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart, and MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, among others.
Those listed as actively promoting Islamophobia included Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer, co-founders of the anti-Muslim hate group Stop the Islamization of America (SIOA); Act! for America leader Brigitte Gabriel; and GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich. Osama bin Laden and Al-Qaeda were also listed as sources of Islamophobia.
Recommendations in this first annual report are directed toward American Muslims and their institutions. The report states: "This is a reflection of our belief that American Muslims must take the lead in pushing back against Islamophobia. ... In a future report, we will offer recommendations to the public and private sectors."
The recommendations for American Muslims include being an example to others of the "Islamic traditions of patience and reason," being active in community and political activities, promoting volunteerism, and strengthening outreach to law enforcement authorities.