Saturday, April 24, 2010
Fox News & Dhimmitude
Yesterday I read a news story at Fox News reporting on Zach Chesser of Revolutionmuslim.com
his radicalism and how he got there. Currently, revolutionmuslim.com is now shuttered for business after being hacked by someone. Before the site was taken down the picture above was what was visible at the site. Which I must say is a far cry from the usual hate that we have noted on that site for the past 3 years. Fox News did a very good job in reporting on "who" Zach Chesser is. Unfortunately Fox felt the need to give a platform to Ibrahim Hooper spokesman for CAIR Mr. Hooper had this to say about revolutionmuslim.com:
Ibrahim Hooper, a spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, characterized Revolution Muslim as a loosely-organized group with such outrageous beliefs he believes it may be a "setup" to smear Islam.
"They say wild and irresponsible things periodically," Hooper told FoxNews.com. "There's a strong suspicion that they're merely a setup to make Muslims and Islam look bad. They say such wild and crazy things that you have to wonder."
Mr. Hooper is engaging in taqiyya which not only allows Muslims to lie to non-believers but encourages it. Sure Mr Hooper it is all a "set-up". Right. What Mr. Hooper does not say is that he as a Muslim, and CAIR condemn without reservation revolutionmuslim.com and repudiate the Koranic scriptures that Zach Chesser and revolutionmuslim utilizes to spread their hate. Why doesn't he condemn them? Because he can not. To condemn them is to condemn the Koran and Islam.
Why did Fox News give Hooper a platform to engage in his taqiyya? I think it is pretty safe to say that part of it had to do with sloppy journalism and the other part is breath taking Dhimmitude. At no point does Fox News mention that CAIR remains an unindicted co-conspirator in "The Holyland Foundation" case of 2007 that was successfully prosecuted in Dallas, Texas for providing funds to terrorists. Nor does Hooper or Fox News mention that revolutionmuslim.com is the "home" of such illuminaries as Yousef Al-Khattab (who is currently not writing for he site) and Samir Khan of which MyPetJawa has an exhaustive archive on. Both of whom are homegrown hardcore terrorist supporters and well known to this blog.