Mar 12 2012
Act for America New York Police Department Commissioner Ray Kelly has been under fire from Muslim Brotherhood Front Group CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations), and one of America’s top media enablers of radical Islam—the New York Times.
Kelly has been attacked for using the documentary film “The Third Jihad” in counterterrorism training. If you have not yet seen this film, you can view it below.
Now “The Third Jihad” is fighting back. This shot video is a powerful rebuttal to the smear campaign CAIR and the New York Times have waged against Commissioner Kelly. Wayne Kopping, the director of “The Third Jihad”, responds to attempts by terror-linked groups to delegitimize the documentary which exposes the subversive activities of radical Islamic groups such as CAIR. As you will see in the video, the New York Times ran an editorial that clearly alters a quote from the film to fit its story line and discredit Commissioner Kelly.
Some Highlights from the New York Slimes Smear:
(H/T Family Security Matters)
- The New York Times cites the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) as a credible source, while continuing its policy of never mentioning that CAIR was founded by the Muslim Brotherhood, and operates as a Hamas support group.
- NYT also suppressed the facts that CAIR was named an unindicted co-conspirator 2007 Holy Land Foundation conspiracy trial, which resulted in the FBI cutting off all formal contact with the group and that an FBI official has described CAIR as a “front for Hamas.”
- NYT primarily relies on two sources for comments: Zead Ramadan of CAIR-NY, and Faiza Patel, of the Brennan Center of Justice, but which the Timesdeliberately fails to mention that both of whom represent organizations that have repeatedly refused to condemn Hamas and other Islamic terrorist groups or have blamed the FBI for fabricating Islamic terror plots.
- An IPT investigator videotaped Ramadan at a press event refusing to answer her questions as to whether Hamas is a terrorist organization.
- The Times cites CAIR’s Zead Ramadan as a legitimate source of criticism of the film but fails to report that Ramadan contributed $1,000 to Viva Palestina, an organization led by noted anti-Semite George Galloway, that supports Hamas financially and politically, in 2010.
- Patel of the Brennan Center has long been a critic of law enforcement’s attempts to counter terrorism, even denouncing the NYPD’s operation that resulted in the arrest of accused lone-wolf jihadist Jose Pimentel, charged with plotting to bomb U.S. soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
- The Times failed to report that their only two sources for their story–CAIR and the Brennan Center, who are made to seem independent and impartial are actual apologists for Islamic terrorist groups. In fact, the Times failed to report that the Brennan Center received CAIR’s “Safe While Free” Award in 2009.
- The Times failed to report one actual flaw in the film but based its demonization of the film based largely on emails it did not disclose that it received from CAIR, a Hamas front group.
The Third Jihad