The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) is a premier stealth jihad group in the United States today. Federal prosecutors in 2008 rejected claims that ISNA was unfairly named an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation Hamas terror funding case.
ISNA has admitted ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas. The Muslim Brotherhood is waging, in its own words, “a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ’sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and Allah’s religion is made victorious over all other religions.”
And now this thuggish, deceptive, unsavory group is, like so many Islamic groups in the West today, warring against the freedom of speech and trying to impose Sharia speech restrictions upon Infidels. ISNA is putting pressure on the Dallas Morning News, inundating the editor with emails attacking reporter Brooks Egerton, because of Egerton’s article about ISNA’s Louay Safi.
Ironically, Egerton’s article doesn’t even mention Louay Safi’s approval of execution for apostates, as detailed in his book Peace and the Limits of War. The Dallas Morning News, if it had just wanted to make Safi look bad, could have done a much better job simply by quoting his own words.
Here’s what the ISNA website says:
Action RequestedThe negative article by Brooks Egerton was published on the front page of the Sunday edition of the Dallas Morning News. ISNA appeals to members of the Muslim community in general, and the Texas Muslim community in particular, to let the newspaper know about their feelings regarding this negative presentation. Please make sure that you speak respectfully but firmly on this issue.
Please contact Ms. Maud Beelman, the DMN News Editor, and Brooks Egerton, the article writer, at the Dallas Morning News and request that the newspaper issue a retraction and allow ISNA to publish rebuttal on the DMN op-ed page.
Maud Beelman, The DMN News Editor
Brooks Egerton, staff writer
Note that ISNA, even when speaking to its own constituency, doesn’t say the report is inaccurate — just that it was a “negative presentation.” Well, Louay, sometimes the truth hurts.
Please write to the same email addresses that ISNA published, expressing your gratitude for Egerton’s accurate article and politely urging the Dallas Morning News not to apologize, retract, or bow to Islamic supremacist intimidation.