The panelists include playwright Wajahat Ali, lead author of “Fear Inc., The Roots of the Islamophobia Network in America,” a leftist propaganda bludgeon from the Soros-funded Center for American Progress which numerous FrontPage writers have exposed and discredited.
There’s more. In addition to an exhibit of Islamic art called “Invoking Peace,” there will be screenings of films in conjunction with the project. Among them are the disingenuous fluff bio-pic Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet, which, as Robert Spencer notes, “studiously avoid[s] any mention of the more unsavory elements of the Prophet of Islam’s enduring example”; Inside Islam: What a Billion Muslims Really Think, based on the manipulated work of Saudi-funded academic apologist John Esposito and Obama Muslim adviser Dahlia Mogahed; and Prince Among Slaves, the true story of an African prince sold into slavery in the American South. Who knows? Perhaps the latter will spark discussion about the slavery still being carried on by some Muslims today.
“Muslim and American – Two Perspectives” is a perfectly valid topic for community discussion and study – but only if interfaith dialogue stops being a monologue that runs in one direction only: from Muslim to non-Muslim. Only if Muslims stop slapping a smiley face on Islamic theology, and stop blaming the media and non-Muslim ignorance/prejudice for Islam’s bad reputation. Only if the voices of Muslim apostates like Ibn Warraq and Nonie Darwish are heard, and their books shared and discussed. Only if it includes panel discussions and documentaries on the tsunami of Islamic Jew-hatred swelling in the wake of the “Arab Spring,” or on the genocide being intensified against Christians anywhere that Muslim fundamentalists hold sway, or on the war being waged on freedom of speech by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in collusion with Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration.
Then we could begin to have a more honest and productive program than the whitewashed pap being served up this year by the Silicon Valley Reads propagandists.
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