| The media’s apologetic coverage of Islamic terror
| Wednesday, June 15, 2016
|In the wake of the Islamic terrorist attack on a Florida gay nightclub, the media’s coverage has been almost apologetic.
To go by the coverage, it’s as if an Islamist jihadi didn’t just massacre 49 Americans, and the West bombed Mecca instead.
Despite the apologetic tone of the media, the words of a spokesman for the Florida mosque attended by ISIS-inspired jihadist Omar Mateen, were inadvertently insightful. This mosque wasn’t only frequented by Mateen. Another congregant blew himself up in Syria while serving ISIS.
Asked by Erin Burnett on CNN what was being preached at this mosque
that would motivate two young men in the congregation to become ISIS
jihadi terrorists, its spokesman was succinct:
“It’s like any other mosque, it’s simple.” With those few words, this spokesman implicitly acknowledged what
critics of North America’s mosque establishment have been saying for 15
years. That is, many of them are incubators of hate and jihad.
The Orlando media circus started early Sunday morning within hours of the massacre. At the first press briefing, police presented one individual as a spokesman of Orlando’s “faith communities”. He wasn’t a Christian, like many of the victims, but a Muslim. In addressing reporters, Muhammad Musri, president of the Islamic
Society of Central Florida, appeared to shift blame for the mass murder
away from the ISIS-inspired jihadi who committed it, towards a concern
about mass shootings in general and, presumably, support for gun
HT : BCF
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