Muslims

The Times Uncovers Lame Campaign "Attacks" on Muslims

Is this it? "Among the incidents they cite are a statement by Mr. McCain, in a 2007 interview with Beliefnet.com, that he would prefer a Christian president to a Muslim one; a comment by Senator ...

Mark Steyn's Canadian "Hate Speech" Trial Makes Front Page

But what does the Times really think about the journalism of Mark Steyn (pictured)?

Florida Jews' Opposition to Obama a Result of Ignorance, Racism

A Times reporter names individuals who she accuses of making false statements about Obama's heritage and lack of support for Israel.

Opponents of Muslim School "Divisive," "Self-Appointed Watchdogs"

Overdramatic Andrea Elliott: Opponents of a Muslim public school and its principal Debbie Almontaser are part "of a growing and organized movement to stop Muslim citizens who are seeking an ...

Pope's Baptism of Former Muslim a "Slap in the Face" to Islam

The Times' sour coverage of the Pope's visit to America continues.

Can You Call Barack Obama "Hussein"? Depends Who's Sayin' It

The Times jumps on a talk radio host for saying Barack Obama's middle name three times - but the Times' own columnists have used it as well.

The Times' Muslim-Beat Reporter Again Goes to Bat for CAIR

The Council on American-Islamic Relations has a reliable friend in reporter Neil MacFarquhar.

Rival Papers to Blame for Muslim Principal's Resignation

Why did a principal who defended the T-shirt "Intifada-NYC" resign? The Times blamed "inadequate support for the principal and relentless criticism from some quarters of the news media, primarily ...

NYT's Poster Child for Islamic Moderates Falls off the Poster

NYT May 4: "The principal, Debbie Almontaser...has been vilified on Web sites as having an 'Islamist agenda.'" NYT August 11: Almontaser "resigned under pressure after she was quoted defending ...

Neil MacFarquhar's Latest Knee-Jerk Defense of a Muslim Charity

The Times' Muslim-beat reporter writes like a pro-Muslim advocate: "For American Muslims, whose religion stipulates that they give 2.5 percent of their annual income to charity, the shuttering of ...
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