Hey, this looks like one of my ads!
Rep. Jim McDermott (D-WA) complains to FBI about "racism" of ad depicting Most Wanted Terrorists, because they're all Muslims Jihadwatch
As Blazing Cat Fur points out: "Someone needs to direct this idiot to the FBI's 'Most Wanted Terrorists' page. On it he'll find a list of 32 names and a link to each of their biographies, they represent a broad strata of... Muslim terrorists. A grand total of 2 are not Muslim & not affiliated with Muslim terrorist organizations. I'll let the Representative figure that out."
Congressman McDermott, like David Sirota of Salon and other Leftists who are fanatically committed to the dogma that Muslims are always the victims of evil actions, and never the perpetrators, really wishes that there were more non-Muslim terrorists. But there aren't.
And one question for Mr. McDermott: what race is jihad terror against innocent civilians again? I keep forgetting.U.S. Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Seattle, says so.
In a letter to the FBI requesting they pull the campaign from Seattle buses, McDermott sounds off on what he says is “offensive to Muslims and ethnic minorities” and “encourages racial and religious profiling.”
The ad shows sixteen faces of wanted terrorists, all of whom appear to be from predominantly Muslim regions. McDermott calls foul, writing that the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists list includes people of other races and “associations with other religions and causes.”
“But their faces are missing from this campaign,” he writes.
“The...ad will likely only serve to exacerbate the disturbing trend against Middle Eastern, South Asian and Muslim Americans.”
The ad is the work of the Puget Sound Joint Terrorism Task Force, and are part of the U.S. Department of State’s Rewards for Justice Program.
As downtown news blog Fifth Avenue Seattle reported on June 4, the program is offering $25 million in rewards for information leading to the terror suspects' arrests. (A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the ad campaign itself cost $25 million.)
We are trying to reach someone with the FBI to get comment on their purported dastardly-ness, but the news release announcing the program put it like this:
“Members of Seattle’s community have time and time again shown themselves to be concerned about protecting their families, their neighbors, and their freedom. Many despicable plots from illicit drug trafficking to violent acts of terrorism have come to the FBI’s attention because vigilant Seattleites came forward with a tip.”