CAIR, UPI whine about fictional “anti-Muslim” media bias
By Robert Spencer
UPI last week published one of the most outstanding examples ever of mainstream media denial and obfuscation of the nature and magnitude of the global jihad, and its eagerness to carry water for Islamic supremacists: “Study: News stories aid anti-Muslim groups.”
Anti-Muslim fringe groups became more mainstream and got funding after Sept. 11, 2001, in part because of U.S. news coverage, a study published Thursday says.
“Anti-Muslim”: UPI apes its Islamic supremacist masters in equating our work to defend the freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, and equality of rights of all people with being against Muslims. In reality, it is pro-Muslim, and pro-human in general, to stand for these rights and freedoms. Those who oppose us in our work to defend them are the ones who want Muslims and others to live under oppression and tyranny.