Tag: Right-Wing

Problematic Or Patriotic? Two Ways To Talk About Muslims

In March of 2011, Representative Peter King, a Republican from New York and the head of the House Homeland Security Committee, held the first of a series of hearings about the Muslim community in the United States. The first hearing, entitled “The Extent of Radicalization in the American Muslim Community and That Community’s Response,” was… Read More ›

Syrian Refugee “Flood:” Fearmongering Ignores Facts

In the wake of the Syrian refugee crisis, which has forced more than four million people to flee that country’s civil war, fears over the geopolitical fallout have gripped some quarters of the American public. Amid intense conversations about how to deal with the throngs of stranded people seeking shelter and safety in the West, right-wing… Read More ›

QUIZ: Same Fears, Same Smears: Islamophobia And Other Prejudices

Prejudice against American Jews, Catholics, and now Muslims has looked surprising similar through the decades. Take our “Same Fears, Same Smears” Quiz on Buzzfeed (linked below) to see how rhetoric about religious minorities has compared throughout American history. QUIZ: Same Fears, Same Smears: Islamophobia and Other PrejudicesTo learn more about the similarities between Islamophobia and other forms of prejudice, check out… Read More ›

New Research on Dehumanization Sheds Light On Americans’ Views Of Muslims

In recent days, the news cycle has been full of coverage of Ahmed the Clockmaker’s unfair arrest, Ben Carson’s opposition to a Muslim president, and Donald Trump’s lacking response to a supporter who stated: “We have a problem in this country. It’s called Muslims…we have training camps brewing where they want to kill us. That’s… Read More ›

Debunking The “80% Of American Mosques” Myth

On Tuesday night, American blogger Robert Spencer, who leads the anti-Muslim hate group AFDI, appeared on Fox News to discuss Sharia law with host Sean Hannity. During the segment, he advanced the oft-recited statistic that “80 percent of American mosques teach the superiority of Sharia over Constitutional law, and the necessity ultimately to replace one with… Read More ›

Terroristic Threats Against Couple In Car Motivated By Bias

DTT: Peaceful Muslim couple were waiting to pick-up their son when they were terrorized at gunpoint by a thug whose name is Nancy Kay Knoble. This is the reality of hate spewed by some of the media, at the end it gets people like her to do something she wouldn’t have done, if some of the… Read More ›

Media’s Hate Campaign Has A Dark Reality – Controls The Minds Of Masses

The media’s hate campaign has a dark reality to it, in its control of the minds of the masses. This goes for both ‘left’ and ‘right’ leaning corporate news channels spreading ignorance, fear, hate, and bigotry. Islamophobia is real, but love is greater than hate. Source: Mint Press News (FB)

Phoenix Mosque Anti-Islam Organizer Claims Hackers Have ‘Ruined His Life’

DTT: Jon Ritzheimer who’s the organizer for the Phoenix Mosque hate-rally that took place last week – posted a video on his Facebook page, claims that hackers have ruined his life. In the video he goes to say that he is extremely malnourished and is killing him seeing his family going through the distress hackers have caused… Read More ›

Phoenix Mosque Hate-Protest Organizer Wants $10 Million

DTT: The bigot who staged a hate-protest front of a mosque, wielding guns at innocent people now wants 10 Million dollars for his safety. The minute this individual said he had to go into hiding, my gut feeling was telling me there was something up. That he is a fraud, just wants 10 minute fame… Read More ›

Right-Wing Lunatics Threaten To Kill Muslim Men, Women And Children

DTT: Haven’t these low-lives better things to do than threaten to kill innocent people, men, women and kids? Some of the media need to take full responsibility that what they show on their shows does spread against certain minority communities. Media need to be more cautious at what they present, instead of scare-mongering about minorities… Read More ›