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CNN’s “25 influential American Muslims” list a rogue’s gallery of Jew-haters and jihad enablers

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Where is CNN’s 25 influential American Jews list? Its 25 influential American Christians list? And the titles they choose for each person show CNN’s subversive perspective: “He roasted the president,” “She’s fighting Trump’s travel ban,” “He got arrested on Capitol Hill,” etc.

And who CNN decided to include is telling. Pro-Sharia Jew-hater Linda Sarsour. Muslim Brotherhood-linked Congressmen Keith Ellison and Andre Carson. “Comedian” and hate peddler Dean Obeidallah. Pro-Sharia “moderate” imam Suhaib Webb. The imbecilic cannibal Reza Aslan.

Couldn’t CNN have come up with a list of 25 patriotic American Muslims who are actually contributing positively to society?

“25 Influential American Muslims,” by Daniel Burke and Madeleine Stix, CNN, May 4, 2018 (thanks to Mark):

We asked American Muslims to name the most influential people in their fields. Here’s what they said

Who speaks for American Muslims? The short answer is, no one. No individual or group can claim to speak for this country’s nearly 3.5 million Muslims, a diverse and dynamic population that’s expected to double by 2050. Instead we see spheres of influence that sometimes intersect and overlap.

CNN spent a year interviewing more than 100 American Muslims, asking who they think are the most influential Muslims in their fields. We sought nominees for whom religion is part of their public identity, but other than that, we let American Muslims do most of the talking.

A few nominees declined to participate for personal reasons, but the vast majority were willing. The result is this crowd-sourced list of 25 influential American Muslims. They are comedians and congressmen, activists and Olympians, fashionistas and political fighters, converts and from-the-cradle believers. They are the children of immigrants and African-Americans whose roots in this country reach back centuries.

Together, they compose one of the world’s most eclectic and innovative Muslim communities – and they all have remarkable stories to tell….

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