Monday, August 21, 2006

An apologist of Islamic terrorism

CBCNN paper is now filled with the wonderful tenets of 'the religion of peace'. It reports prominently a conference on 'terrorism' which comes out 1-point resolution that 'terrorism' should not be linked to 'Islam'. The list of speakers consists of muslim clerics and the most prominent 'secularists' like Mahesh Bhatt, Teesta Setalvad and Kamal Naqvi. This spectacular conference deserved the most prominent space in 'National News' according to CBCNN standards.

CBCNN shamelessly and unquestioningly reports muslim ghettoisation and fundementalism in the same section. Note the plain vanilla reporting style adopted here.

Whereas EU labels Hizb-ul Mujahideen as >a terrorist group, CBCNN treats it with kid-gloves labelling its cadre as millitants. Mind you, Hizb-ul Mujahideen operates in India and not in EU or China.

In this article, CBCNN once again carefully avoids the use of the word 'terrorist', preferring 'fidayeen' instead.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

most prominent 'secularists' like Mahesh Bhatt

I have seen this guy on some UK TV interview - he is an Islamic apologist!

I think they mentioned his mother is muslim and was the mistress of his dad, a brahmin/hindu?

Apparently Indian laws prosecute hindus for bigamy!