Muslim Brotherhood leader points to conspiracy behind Boston bombing
A common criticism of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has always been that it delivers one message in English to an international audience, and another message entirely in Arabic to its domestic audience. If anyone is ever looking for an example of this, they need to look no further than the Islamist organization's reaction to the bombing of the Boston Marathon.
In English, the Brotherhood's political party released a statement "categorically reject[ing] as intolerable the bombings committed in the U.S. city of Boston," and "offer[ing] heartfelt sympathies and solemn condolences to the American people and the families of the victims."
In Arabic, senior Brotherhood leader and the vice chairman of the group's political party Essam el-Erian took a different tack. In a post on his Facebook page, he condemned the Boston attack -- but also linked it to the French war in Mali, the destruction in Syria and...
Hmm, the problem with the .iberal media, they don't want to point out that Muslim Mindset: 'The hatred is in Muhammad himself'. They are quite unbalanced. Now Mr. Spencer in his Jihadwatch certainly has no problem in pointing out what should be obvious about Islam, and is usually accurate, unlike the liberal media. However, I really don't support many things he says about other issues not concerning Islam at all. So, I hope USA Today, at least gives a hint of the problem in: Russia's Chechnya, Caucasus: A breeding ground for terror without some of the heated way of presenting the information.
This country has shown little progress through the centuries of unslanted media of either the Left or Right variety.
Ah, I'll quote myself from a message in another thread, since it is pertinent to this one!
Jim Lincoln wrote: '"Is the U.S. waging a war with Islam?" If it isn't, it should be!'--Dr. Randall Price from the commentary at Are We at War with Islam? I would suggest you look at the today's Jihad Watch for some of the latest news on this [terror attack in Boston.