The Cold War on British Muslims - Report on the Creation and Propagation of Anti-Muslim Sentiments in Britain|
Posted by Admin on Saturday, August, 06 2011 and filed under Articles
Key topics: EDL Zionism Policy Exchange Centre For Social Cohesion Anders Breivik
This is a 70 page report on the role of organizations and think-tanks such as Policy Exchange and Centre for Social Cohesion in stirring sentiments and hatred against Muslims in Britain. The report reveals the sources of funding and the individuals involved with these organizations and highlights the adverse effects upon Muslims in particular.
The report is a very interesting read and exposes a lot of the underhand and secret tactics which are employed in order to stirr up hatred against Islam and the Muslims. This type of approach only alienates Muslims further and pushes those who are vulnerable into the hands of the extremists and their false ideologies. 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.
Some quotes from the report and from editorial pieces announing the report:
In justification of his attacks in Norway, killing more than seventy civilians, mostly teenagers, Anders Breivik issued a manifesto: 2083 A European Declaration of Independence. It has been widely reported that he cited a long list of Islamophobic and "counterjihad" writers such as the Americans Robert Spencer, Daniel Pipes, Pamela Geller and Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy - and the Egyptian-born, Swiss-based Bat Ye'or who has popularised the concept of "Eurabia" - the supposedly secret conspiracy for the Islamic takeover of Europe. Less prominent, but also cited, was a UK think-tank that is close to the UK government and credited with influencing UK anti-terrorist policy. Policy Exchange is one of two conservative think-tanks we examine in our new Spinwatch report [PDF], that attempts to understand the current climate of fear being whipped up against Muslims in Britain - and indeed across Europe and the US.
We wrote to Policy Exchange and the CSC requesting, in the interests of transparency, that they disclose its sources of funding. The CSC stated in its response only that it was funded by private donations and has "neither sought nor received public funds". Policy Exchange failed to respond. Nevertheless, our report reveals for the first time the network of individuals and foundations that are bankrolling both think-tanks. Donors identified in the report include the neoconservative Rosenkranz Foundation in the United States, and hardline Zionists such as Stanley Kalms and the late Cyril Stein in the UK. It reveals that both think-tanks share major donors with a number of controversial organisations - including the Association for the Wellbeing of Israel's Soldiers, the Israel-Diaspora Trust (an organisation founded by the late Rabbi Sidney Brichto, a passionate supporter of Israel and scourge of its critics inside and outside the UK Jewish community) and the Anglo-Israel Association, founded in 1949 by the Christian Zionist Sir Wyndham Deedes. His nephew William Deedes became an editor of the Daily Telegraph and, in 2006, wrote an opinion piece entitled: "Muslims can never conform to our ways".
And on the Spinwatch.org page:
In a report published today, Spinwatch examines the Centre for Social Cohesion and Policy Exchange; two key right-wing think-tanks involved in the debate on Islam and multiculturalism which are thought to have influenced the Coalition Government's new Prevent strategy.
This report was done before Anders Breivik, an anti-Muslim Christian-Zionist terrorist, killed around 70-80 Norwegian youths gathered at a youth-camp where anti-Israeli demands were being made. It is not unlikely that he had accomplices because such an act (double terror strike killing around 70-80 people) cannot be pulled off by a single person without a very high level of co-ordinated planning. Had the report been done later, it would have highlighted the roles played by these think-tanks, along with hate-filled anti-Muslim pro-Zionists (Spencer, Pipes, Geller, Wilders etc.) in goading individuals such as Brievik into these types of actions.