The media targets innocent civilians, links Muhammad film to fictional “islamophobia industry”

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Photo: Ambassador Stevens being paraded through the streets of Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012

The war in the information battlespace escalates and targets innocent civilians in service to violent jihadists who are free to murder, riot, burn and destroy in order to further their supremacist goals of instituting the sharia and its blasphemy laws across the world. The media has been working furiously since the outset of the jihadist attacks and subsequent anti-freedom riots to link counter jihadists to the slaughter: Listen to my phone call with the Newsweek reporter : Click here 

This is the enforcement of sharia, just as brutal and unforgiving as it is in Muslim countries. The media's complicity in targeting freedom of expression, freedom of conscience and freedom of speech is savage. They are putting a fatwa on the heads of free thinkers. Intellectual terrorism. (Emphasis below is mine)

Hi Pamela…I'm a reporter for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
and have seen reports that you are somehow tied to Mr. Abdelmashi of
Media for Christ. Need to explore this with you.

Best,

Lou Kilzer
Reporter
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

The AP (Associated Press) outed the Muhammad filmmaker after tracing his cell phone. The film maker is being hunted down like an animal and may face jail on trumped-up charges in order to satiate the murderers who attacked our country on 9/11/12 in Libya and Egypt. Jailing the filmmaker is more sharia enforcement in America. Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance

Film maker behind anti-Muslim video 'could be sent back to jail' The Telegraph

The man behind the anti-Islamic film that sparked violent unrest
in the Middle East could be sent back to jail for violating his
probation by distributing the movie.

VOA retails Islamic supremacist hate propaganda, links Muhammad film to "Islamophobia industry" Jihadwatch

The mainstream media is
focusing like jackals on the Muhammad video, endangering the lives of
the innocent people who produced the video, and pressing on the basis of
the video for restrictions on the freedom of speech.

But as I've been saying, the video did not provoke the riots. The
riots were orchestrated and planned long in advance, to get the Blind
Sheikh freed — and to intimidate the West into destroying the freedom
of speech.

And now the VOA piles on, repeating Islamic supremacist propaganda
about the so-called "Islamophobia industry," without ever mentioning, of
course, that "Islamophobia" is a word that Islamic supremacists use to
intimidate people into being afraid to stand against the advancing
jihad.

"Anti-Islam Film Linked to 'Islamophobic Industry,'" by Jerome Socolovsky for VOA News, September 14 (thanks to David):

Experts say "Innocence of Muslims", the film that incited
rioting in the Middle East, is the product of a well-financed vocal
minority that has been fomenting anti-Muslim sentiment in the United
States since the 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States.

Muslim Brotherhood and Leftist organizations in the U.S. are far, far better financed than any counter-jihad organization.

Haris Tarin of the Muslim Public Affairs Council in
Washington says the movie, which mocks Islam's Prophet Muhammad, was
produced by what he describes as a hate-mongering "industry" in the
United States. "This industry that's developed here sees Islam as the
problem," he said.

Horror of horrors! Racism and bigotry! Of course, no one could have
gotten such an idea from Amine Mohamed El-Khalifi, the would-be
jihad/marryrdom suicide bomber at the U.S. Capitol; Naser Abdo, the
would-be second Fort Hood jihad mass murderer; Khalid Aldawsari, the
would-be jihad mass murderer in Lubbock, Texas; Muhammad Hussain, the
would-be jihad bomber in Baltimore; Mohamed Mohamud, the would-be jihad
bomber in Portland; Faisal Shahzad, the would-be Times Square jihad
mass-murderer; Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, the Arkansas military
recruiting station jihad murderer; Naveed Haq, the jihad mass murderer
at the Jewish Community Center in Seattle; Mohammed Reza Taheri-Azar,
the would-be jihad mass murderer in Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Ahmed
Ferhani and Mohamed Mamdouh, who hatched a jihad plot to blow up a
Manhattan synagogue; Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the would-be Christmas
airplane jihad bomber; or the many others like them who have plotted
and/or committed mass murder in the name of Islam and are motivated by
its texts and teachings, all in the U.S. in the last couple of years.
No, if anyone thinks "Islam is the problem," it must be because of a
well-financed "Islamophobia" industry!

Tarin says it was created after the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington 11 years ago.

Pamela Geller is a spokeswoman for Stop Islamization of America.
Websites like hers have flourished on the Internet and other media,
according to a report last year by the Center for American Progress
research organization.

Yes, and so? SIOA is dedicated to the freedom of speech, the freedom
of conscience, and equality of rights of all before the law — all
denied by Sharia. So who is the hater — the one who defends those
rights, or the one who works to subvert them?

At a religion newswriters conference last year, Faiz Shakir,
co-author of the report titled "Fear Incorporated," presented his
findings.

"Fear Incorporated is the small network of actors in this country
who've been building an effort over the past decade to try to propagate
baseless conspiracy theories that cast aspersions on all Muslims in
America," he explained.

Unfortunately for Shakir, it was not the "Islamophobes," but the
Muslim Brotherhood, that declared that its work in America was
"eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within and
sabotaging its miserable house.

Shakir says they have received tens of millions of dollars
in funding from anti-Islamic groups. "So it pays to be an anti-Muslim
hater," he added.

Wildly exaggerated. The report said that a large number of groups had
received $42 million over ten years — and even that was an inaccurate
figure. Divide it by all the groups and all the years, and it was well
under a million per year per group — a figure dwarfed by the Center for
American Progress's $50 million annual budget.

Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik's notes suggest he was inspired by anti-Islamic rhetoric from America.

Here we go again. Breivik cited many, many people, including Barack
Obama, John F. Kennedy and Thomas Jefferson — who are never blamed for
Breivik's murders. Also swept under the rug is the fact that Breivik’s
manifesto is ideologically incoherent: So far was he from being a
doctrinaire counter-jihadist that he wanted to aid Hamas and ally with
jihad groups. Brevik’s real inspiration for his violence was, by his own
account, Al Qaeda, as becomes clear in his manifesto when he spends 25
pages quoting extensively from the Qur'an and other Islamic sources. So
far was he from being a doctrinaire counter-jihadist that he wanted to
aid Hamas and ally with jihad groups. I am no more responsible for
Breivik than the Beatles are for Charles Manson.

"It's a transatlantic activity," said Jocelyne Cesari, a
political scientist at The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced
International Studies here in Washington. "I have noticed the same
topics, the same arguments, and the same figures actually circulating
between Europe and the U.S."

Cesari cites Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who two years ago joined
protests against the construction of a mosque near the site of the
destroyed World Trade Center in New York. She says Islamophobia is a
European invention.

"And all this popular imagery of the prophet [Muhammad] as being an
anti-Christ, the prophet as being a sexually obsessed person, all these
kinds of things are not new. You can read them even in medieval times,"
she noted.

Cesari warns that extremists on both sides are feeding off each
others' negative stereotypes and warns that it could get a lot worse
unless more moderate voices prevail.

Cesari is just another compromised pseudo-academic, the likes of
which American universities hire by the pound these days. Note her
reference to "extremists on both sides" — an increasingly common theme
equating murderous jihadists with those who call for resistance to those
jihadists. It is a particular favorite of the Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf.
But it is no less nonsensical for being repeated all over.

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