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Weekend at Burnies, Media: Jon Stewart Vs Bigot Pastor
Media: Jon Stewart Vs Bigot Pastor
Is America Islamophobic?
CNN's Deborah Feyerick explores an apparent recent uprising against new mosques across the country.
Hey American - (A 'Ground Zero Mosque' song)
America isn't easy. Principle isn't easy. Living our principles takes genuine courage. Sometimes it's painful. Sometimes it's just plain hard. But if we are to be the people or the country we claim to be, we must live by the principles upon which this nation was founded — or they are not principles... but pleasant and "convenient possibilities". - DAVID IPPOLITO, New York City
The Brotherhood
Egypt's largest opposition group the Muslim Brotherhood - despite being banned - is hoping for a rare opportunity as the Mubarak regime draws to a close after three decades in power. The BBC's Magdi Abdelhadi investigates the organisation and asks whether we should be worried about the group's intentions. http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/documentaries/ 2010/08/100813_the_brotherhood_tx.shtml
Tories refuse to ban full face veils, Tariq Ramadan vs Mona Eltahawy on the Niqab
The Tories practice the cancer of the left… “political correctness”. Whilst other countries around the world (including Muslim countries) are banning the full face veil in certain situations, the UK is falling over itself to appease. Strange how it’s not allowed to cover your face with a motorbike crash helmet in places like banks, What does the coalition government get out of it’s stance in shutting down all debate? Is the UK a democracy? Recorded from Newsnight, 19 July 2010.
The Daily-show, Wish You Weren't Here
Obama uses NASA to reach out to the Muslim world, while plans to build more mosques in America spark outrage.
Ramadan Tariq - First visit to US in six years
Once-Banned Muslim Scholar Tariq Ramadan on His First Visit to US in Six Years, President Obama and Why Muslims Should Make Their Voices Heard We speak with leading Muslim scholar Tariq Ramadan, who was banned from entering the United States for six years. In 2004, Ramadan had accepted a job to become a tenured professor at the University of Notre Dame, but nine days before he was set to arrive, the Bush administration revoked his visa, invoking a provision of the PATRIOT Act. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lifted the travel ban earlier this year. This week, he arrived in New York for the first time since 2004. Tariq Ramadan joins us in our studio to talk about the ban, his thoughts on President Obama, the importance for Muslims to make their voices heard, and much more. [includes rush transcript] http://www.democracynow.org/2010/4/9/ once_banned_muslim_scholar_tariq_ramadan
Mohamed ElBaradei: I am not the new Pharaoh
People ... want to look at me as a new pharaoh but that's not what I'm about.
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