Monday, December 12, 2011
The Learning Channel's "All-American Muslim," a reality show focusing on a group of Muslim families in Dearborn, Michigan, has been a target of the Shariah panic industry ever since it started airing. On Friday, hardware retailer Lowe's pulled their ads from the show in response to a protest campaign from the Florida Family Association.The Florida friggin' Family Association? Lowe's is afraid of the Florida friggin' Family Association? Who are they? 100 idiots, 10 asshole committee members, & a website?
The Washington Post published the FFA's statement on why it objected so vehemently to the show.
"All-American Muslim’ is propaganda clearly designed to counter legitimate and present-day concerns about many Muslims who are advancing Islamic fundamentalism and Sharia law," the Florida group asserts in a letter it asks members to send to TLC advertisers.
We non-Muslim Americans, because we're so influenced by Saudi Arabia's fundamentalist Wahhabi Islam & utterly freaked by Shiite Islam (which are enemies to each other, btw), buy into a monolithic Islam in which all Muslims practice their faith the same way, interpret the Koran the same way, & are raised to hate The Great Satan United States even when they are born here, & they all want laws in America to permit the stoning of female adulterers. If you believe this, you must believe all Jews are ultra-orthodox Zionists, Roman Catholics are privy to a secret Papal agenda, the Dalai Lama is the king of Buddhists, & Fundamentalist Protestants want to take over the American government. O.K., that's a trick statement. Fundamentalist protestants do want to take over the government. But not all fundamentalist protestants. Only the ones in groups like the Florida Family Association, which has as its agenda a form of Christian sharia & includes suppressing freedom of religion & speech for American Muslims, as well as insisting that criticism of Fundamentalist Protestantism constitutes criticism of all Christians, since they, like religious fundamentalists everywhere, practice the only legitimate form of the religion. Maybe the Southern Baptists want to stone female adulterers, I haven't looked at their website recently.