U.S. Muslim organization shows true colors

“…Ms. MUSAJI exposes her irrationality and her own delusional religious intolerance by claiming that those who would attempt to identify warning signs of ‘militant Islam’ in order to stop further attacks against the U.S. is ‘idiocy propogated [sic] by extremist Christians.’”

Douglas J. Hagmann, Director

9 July 2007: It was inevitable that Randy Taylor, independent analyst, contributor to the Northeast Intelligence Network, and personal friend has achieved the distinction of being placed on The American Muslim - (TAM) organization’s watch list - known as the “Incitement Watch” Mr. Taylor joins an ever-growing list of men and women who dare write or speak the truth about the threat posed by the doctrine of fundamentalist Islam. Other members of this club include Neal Boortz, Ann Coulter, Pat Robertson, Cal Thomas, Michael Savage, and even President Bush, simply for his use of the term “Islamofascist.” Mr. Taylor’s inclusion to this list was apparently made at the discretion of Ms. Sheila MUSAJI, the editor of The American Muslim for his editorial statements pertaining to the religious doctrines of Islam. By doing so, Ms. MUSAJI has actually substantiated the statements made by Mr. Taylor about Islam not only as a religion, but a culture, complete with its own set of laws and social structure that is tolerant to no other.

The dangers facing America and all non-Muslim Western countries is not limited to the actual acts of Islamic terrorism, but includes the dangerous deceptions disseminated by the likes of Ms. MUSAJI and The American Muslim (TAM) organization on those who fail to fully understand the Islamist agenda in the U.S. For example, Ms. MUSAJI and TAM appear to condemn those who commit terrorist acts in the name of Islam, yet they dilute that condemnation through a variety of specious arguments that attempt to minimize the relationship between Islam and terrorism. In one particularly ludicrous attempt to deny the causative relationship between the fundamentalist Islamic ideology and acts of Islamic terrorism, Ms. MUSAJI exposes her irrationality and her own delusional religious intolerance by claiming that those who would attempt to identify warning signs of “militant Islam” in order to stop further attacks against the U.S. is “idiocy propogated [sic] by extremist Christians.”

The purported religious tolerance to other religions, including Judaism and Christianity alleged by Ms. MUSAJI and The American Muslim (TAM) organization is deliberately deceptive and fallacious. On one hand, her organization and by virtue of her editorial position, Ms. MUSAJI claims to advocate “inter-community dialogue particularly on divisive issues,”  and encourages “interfaith dialogue to find common ground for cooperation on issues of mutual concern.” One the other hand, when such dialogue is deemed inconsistent with the ideology of Islam, or contains facts that pose inconvenient and uncomfortable issues to be addressed, Ms. MUSAJI proclaims those who speak or write such dialogue to be “Islamophobic” and classifies the content “incitement.” Such actions illustrate the true character of not only Ms. MUSAJI and her organization, but the ideology of Islam in general.

Fascism is partially defined as the “suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism.” Based on the labeling process used by MUSAJI and TAM, their own labeling process, one could reasonably argue that intellectual discourse on the threat of Islamic terrorism is being suppressed through accusations of bigotry and Islamophobia, and by the placement of one’s name onto a list alleging the same. It appears to me, therefore, based on the definition of fascism as it applies to the Islamist agenda, that the term Islamofascist could reasonably apply to Ms. MUSAJI specifically and The American Muslim (TAM) organization in general.

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