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Fear Inc. The Roots of the Islamophobia Network in America
Posted by Admin, Senior Editor in Articles
Topics: Islamophobia Frank Gaffney David Yerushalmi Daniel Pipes Robert Spencer Steven Emerson

Here is some background to the report::

Following a six-month long investigative research project, the Center for American Progress released a 130-page report today which reveals that more than $42 million from seven foundations over the past decade have helped fan the flames of anti-Muslim hate in America. The authors - Wajahat Ali, Eli Clifton, Matt Duss, Lee Fang, Scott Keyes, and myself - worked to expose the Islamophobia network in depth, name the major players, connect the dots, and trace the genesis of anti-Muslim propaganda. The money has flowed into the hands of five key "experts" and "scholars" who comprise the central nervous system of anti-Muslim propaganda... These five "scholars" are assisted in their outreach efforts by Brigitte Gabriel (founder, ACT! for America), Pamela Geller (co-founder, Stop Islamization of America), and David Horowitz (supporter of Robert Spencer's jihad Watch). As the report details, information is then disseminated through conservative organizations like the Eagle Forum, the religious right, Fox News, and politicians such as Allen West and Newt Gingrich.

Disclaimer: This report is provided here for information purposes as we believe it is of general benefit and in the public interest, and it does not mean that we necessarily agree with every single opinion contained therein or endorse any of the parties or groups mentioned therein.

While the report is long (130-pages) and a very interesting read it has some excellent summaries. The images below provide a breakdown of this very tightly co-ordinated infrastructure which is aimed at demonizing Muslims.

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