AFDI Quran ad: NBC Censors 911 image from news report


This is shocking. Not the NBC report itself, but that NBC actually edited out the towers in our ad when reporting on the new campaign. And not just in this segment, but in subesquent segments through the day.

September 11 is part of American history. Does NBC edit Pearl Harbor? Gettysburg? This is madness. It happened, and no amount of scrubbing or sweeping or deceiving is going to change that.

No other news station or publication has so adhered to the blasphemy under the sharia. I pray this is not going to start a dangerous trend.

What is NBC hiding and from whom?

Can you believe that this is the city that was hit by these jihadists? We lost thousands, and the media can't stop apologizing to these savages. Pathetic.

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