Islam

CBS's Schieffer: Obama Right 'Intellectually' on Mosque, Just Bad Politics

Appearing on Monday's CBS Early Show to discuss President Obama showing support for a controversial mosque being built near Ground Zero, Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer agreed with the ...

Networks Still MIA on Ground Zero Mosque Funding, Radical Ties

In wake of Obama's mosque support, networks say opposition stems from 'Islamophobia' and disrespect for Constitution

Amanpour's Panel Hails Obama's 'Courage,' 'Leadership' and 'Great Global Message' on Mosque

President Obama's endorsement of building a mosque near Ground Zero has driven the establishment press corps to find nobility in pursuing conviction even in the face of public opposition, not ...

Against Stubborn Facts: 9/11 'Not a Religious Event'?

Dismissing opponents as full of 'vitriol' and 'bigotry,' the Times editorializes that somehow, the Islamic extremists were committing a secular crime, regardless of their stated intentions.

Media Mum on Ground Zero Mosque Imam's Terror Ties, 'Blame America' Talk

Critics of Islamic center dismissed as 'irrational,' supporters portrayed as 'moderates' 'healing' and 'building bridges.'

Shariah Law Same as Ten Commandments, Says Post Guest Columnist

Muslim Brotherhood-linked writer says Americans shouldn't 'freak out' about Shariah

Obama's Space Cadets Care More about Islam than NASA

Media ignore new form of shuttle diplomacy that eviscerates very reason agency exists.

NY Times Hired Former Pro-Muslim Lobbyist to Report on Ground Zero Mosque, Underwear Bomber

Associated Press, ABC News also employed former CAIR workers as journalists

Kristof Characterizes 'Provocateur' Ayaan Hirsi Ali as Bomb-Throwing Anti-Muslim Antagonist

In a condescending review of her memoir "Nomad," Times liberal columnist Nicholas Kristof reduces feminist Ayaan Hirsi Ali, whose life has been threatened by radical Islamists, into a mere ...

Comedy Central Protects Islam, Slams Christianity

Network attacks Christ and other figures but refuses to pick on Muhammad.
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