Designated Terror Group Bullies Maryland Elementary School Into Cancelling School Production Of Aladdin
Here again, we see the continuing Islamization of the public school and the public square. Textbooks and school assignments proselytize for Islam and Islamic supremacism. And now, Disney is “islamophobic,” and one of the most notorious terror-tied Islamic groups is dictating what our children can and cannot do, see and cannot see, hear and cannot hear.
Anywhere Western mores conflict with Islamic ones, it is Western traditions that must give way.
Terror-tied Islamic group CAIR is behind the cancellation of the beloved Disney fable. The influence of the unindicted co-conspirator in the nation’s largest terrorist funding trial) is vast, and growing all the time. They got ABC Family to drop its projected show Alice In Arabia, solely because it contained some dramatization of the all-too-common phenomenon of child kidnapping by Muslim relatives. For years now, they have prevailed upon Hollywood to downplay or even change the identity of celluloid villains, so that Muslims are never portrayed negatively in films (it was behind the Muslim terrorists in the novel The Sum of All Fears becoming neo-Nazis in the movie). CAIR has a long record of duplicity and deception. Although it has received millions of dollars in donations from foreign Islamic entities, it has not registered as a foreign agent as required by the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), despite spreading Islamic supremacist propaganda within the United States.
The scrubbing and censoring of history goes beyond the public school and the nightly news reports.
Another Islamic group Muslim organization whose leadership defends extremist violence, MPAC, has long worked to promote positive portrayals of Islam and Muslims in movies and television programs. Shortly after 9/11, the organization established its own Hollywood Bureau for this purpose. Since then, MPAC has consulted with the producers of such TV shows as “24,” “Bones,” ”Lie to Me,” ”7th Heaven,” “Saving Grace” and “Aliens in America.” The organization also has held meetings with top network executives from ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC, and organizes a Muslim-inspired version of a Hollywood awards show each year for productions that advance the public’s understanding of Islam. In 2009, for instance, this event recognized “The Simpsons,” for an episode that featured young Bart befriending a Muslim boy named Bashir. In early 2011, MPAC announced that it would soon be hosting a series of workshops — taught by Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated veterans of the entertainment industry — to further promote more positive images of Muslims in film and television”.
Although it presents itself as a civil rights group, CAIR actually has numerous links to Islamic supremacist and jihad groups. CAIR founders Omar Ahmad and Niwad Awad (who still serves as CAIR’s executive director) were reportedly present at a Hamas planning meeting conspiring to raise funds for Hamas and to promote jihad in the Middle East. CAIR has steadfastly refused to denounce Hamas and Hezbollah as terrorist groups.
Omar Ahmad, CAIR’s co-founder and longtime Board Chairman, said: “Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant. The Koran should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on Earth.” After he received unwelcome publicity as a result of this statement, Ahmad denied saying it, several years after the fact. However, the original reporter, Lisa Gardiner of the Fremont Argus, stands by her story.
CAIR’s spokesman Ibrahim Hooper once said in a quote attributed to an interview with the Minneapolis Star-Tribune: “I wouldn’t want to create the impression that I wouldn’t like the government of the United States to be Islamic sometime in the future.”
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller