REMINDER! Starting Jan 6th, HBO documentary about all those ‘poor, persecuted’ Muslims in America

hqdefault-1In fact, the first adult Muslim you see on camera in the Trailer below is none other than Dawud Walid, Executive Director of CAIR-Michigan (photo right), about whom much has been posted here, at BNI. You will immediately recognize the narration as that of the CAIR propaganda artists, taken directly out of the archives of press releases and videos posted by CAIR on nearly a daily basis. 

Shoebat  Featured prominently in the propaganda is CAIR-Michigan’s Executive Director Dawud Walid, who is certainly not without controversy himself.


At the essence of the pseudo-cries of Islamophobia from Muslims is that Muslims are unjustly discriminated against. The irony of these claims is that no one is more discriminatory or racist than Muslim fundamentalists. As a leader of CAIR, Dawud represents the Muslim Brotherhood, which has time and time again made its hatred for the Jews known. Dawud himself referred to “Jews” as “those who incurred the wrath of Allah” and thinks that Hamas – which calls for the destruction of Israel in its own charter – should be included in peace talks with Israel.


Leftists and homosexuals who had a problem with A&E continuing to air Duck Dynasty after Phil Robertson’s GQ interview should be far more outraged at HBO for airing Muslim Brotherhood propaganda. Yusuf Al-Qaradawi, the Brotherhood’s spiritual leader equates homosexuality to sexual perversion and has stated that the punishment for such behavior is lashing; Phil Robertson didn’t advocate such a thing.



Muslim Brotherhood Executive Bureau member Mahmoud Ghozlan revealed in an interview that he believed homosexuality should be “outlawed”. These are Middle Eastern figures. Individuals like Dawud Walid represent Muslim Brotherhood groups in America and any lip service he or others may pay to homosexual rights are just that – lip service.


Leftists are too dumb to realize that they’re always the useful idiots.

SYNOPSIS from lokifilms:  There is an entire generation of American Muslim children who do not know a world before September 11th. They have not experienced a country largely unaware of or neutral about Islam. Instead, their faith is scrutinized and patriotism questioned, even before they can grasp these very adult concepts.

TEOMH_posterAs ‘hate’ crimes against Muslims have increased in the United States, some communities – like that of affluent Dearborn, Michigan – have faced this “Islamaphobia” head-on, attempting to demystify their religion by emphasizing all that they have in common with a largely white, Christian America – even going so far as appearing in reality TV shows designed to soften their image among the general population. Other, less visible pockets of Muslim Americans prefer to associate with one another, unwilling or afraid to integrate and assimilate into a country that is openly suspicious of them.

These communities prefer to keep to themselves – living quietly, sending their children to strict Islamic schools, studying the Quran and using the local mosque as the center of all social interactions. These micro societies stay purposely under the radar and avoid trouble… but every once in awhile, trouble comes looking for them.

“The Education of Mohammad Hussein” takes the viewer inside a tightly knit Muslim community in the economically depressed Detroit-Hamtramck neighborhood, focusing on the children who attend a traditional Islamic school, Al-Ikhlas. The film captures a year where the kids and their neighborhood have an unwelcome visitor, notorious Quran-burning Florida preacher Terry Jones, who arrives to provoke them with hateful rhetoric and anti-Muslim demonstrations. How the community reacts to this challenge is the heart of the film, which gives a quietly searing view of a post 9-11 America that is struggling to live up to its promise of tolerance and civil justice for all.