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Homeland Red Riding Burqa Imperialist Feminism and Liberalism - In a recent CNN interview, religion scholar Reza Aslan was asked by journalist Alisyn Camerota if Islam is violent given the “primitive treatment in Muslim countries of women and other minorities.” Aslan responded by stating that the conditions for women in Muslim majority countries vary. While women cannot drive in Saudi Arabia, elsewhere in various Muslim majority Read more...
download “Telegenically Dead”: Israel’s Crumbling Media War - Israeli propaganda has hit a new low. While the world was still trying to come to terms with the mass deaths in Shejaiya, Benjamin Netanyahu went on CNN to state that Hamas uses the “telegenically dead” to further “their cause.” He added that for Hamas: “The more the dead, the better.” Even while Netanyahu followed Read more...
images Stop Spying on Muslim Americans - by Arun Kundnani and Deepa Kumar The U.S. government has been snooping on prominent members of the Muslim-American community, according to documents released by National Security Agency whistle-blowerEdward Snowden and publicized in a story byGlenn Greenwald and Murtaza Hussain of the online publication Intercept. That story reveals that the NSA and FBI covertly monitored the emails of five Muslim-Americans who have “all Read more...
nytlogo379x64 Media Stoke Our Terrorism Mindset - For more than 30 years, media and pop culture have used scare tactics and racial profiling to overwhelm Americans with fear of the dark-skinned terrorist. Shortly after the Boston Marathon bombing, users of the social networking site Reddit organized a campaign to identify the suspects. After pouring through scores of photos, they fixated on two Read more...
predator-drone-500px Judge rules that it is okay to kill US citizens using drones - A federal judge made a serious error recently in throwing out an important case about whether the U.S. government can kill U.S. citizens abroad without due process. Three U.S. citizens Anwar Al-Aulaki, Abdulrahman Al-Aulaki, and Samir Khan were executed in US drone strikes in Yemen in 2011. Their families brought a lawsuit to obtain justice. Read more...