Islam

CBS's Schieffer on Ft. Hood Shooting: There Are 'Christian Nuts' Too

On Sunday's Face the Nation on CBS, host Bob Schieffer tried to provide some perspective on the Fort Hood shooting, committed by an Islamic extremist: "It's looking more and more like he was just, ...

ABC Frets: Plight of Muslim Soldiers Toughest Since Japanese-Americans in WWII

ABC doubled the length of its evening newscast on Friday night and World News used its second half hour to suggest an exculpatory reason behind Army psychiatrist Nidal Hasan's mass killing at Fort ...

CBS and NBC Fail to ID Hasan as Muslim; ABC's Raddatz Relays: 'I Wish His Name was Smith'

Neither CBS nor NBC, in their East coast feeds Thursday night, noted the Muslim religious beliefs of the mass killer at the Fort Hood Army base in Texas, but ABC anchor Charles Gibson wasn't cowed ...

Lawyer Promotes Muslim Prayer Rooms, Opposes Display of the Ten Commandments

A double standard for Islam vs. Christianity in public schools.

Hitchens: America's Enemy 'Most Godly Imaginable Group'

'Hardball' debate over America's religiosity ends with incredible assertion by well-known atheist.

Why Was Parsley a Problem for McCain? Media PC

ABC can't distinguish between criticizing a religion and hating its believers.

ABC Condemns Defender of Western Civilization

Reporter calls Dutch politician 'racist' for opposing immigration and suggesting Judeo-Christian culture is superior to Islamic culture.

NYT: No Free Speech Defenders for Criticism of Radical Islam

Hair coloring as a sign of anti-Muslim extremism? "Geert Wilders's bleached-blond hair goes to the root of his character. For more than two decades, Mr. Wilders, the controversial anti-Islam ...

GOP "Smear"-ing Democrats by "Playing the Terror Card"

Reporter Kareem Fahim can't be accused of playing up terror threats: This summer he would not acknowledge the Islamic religious motivation of the "Fort Dix Six" terror plotters.

More Advocacy for U.S. Muslims from Reporter Neil MacFarquhar

MacFarquhar quotes Muslim Rep. Keith Ellison decrying "bigoted attacks" from two GOP Representatives - but fails to mention Ellison's comparison of 9-11 to the Reichstag Fire.
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