Media In NATO’s Turkey Blame Charlie Hebdo For Slaughter
In Islam’s backward way of thinking, the woman is to blame for being raped. The Christian is to blame for their beheading. Israel is to blame for mideast insecurity. Naturally, Charlie Hebdo is to blame for last week’s massacre since it is the fault of every “infidel” for anything and everything that happens to them at the hands of Muslims. But when they tremble in judgment before a just and holy God to give an account for all their unrepentant evil, there will be none left but themselves to blame for all the lies they so willingly embraced …
Qur’an Sura 24:35, “Allah is the Light of the heavens and the earth… Allah doth guide whom He will to His light…”
2 Corinthians 11:14-15, “… for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light. It is not surprising, then, if his servants also masquerade as servants of righteousness. Their end will be what their actions deserve.”
By Hillel Fendel, INN – “The Clarion Project (‘Challenging Extremism, Promoting Dialogue’, according to its website) reports that Turkish newspapers responded to the Islamic slaughter perpetrated against Charlie Hebdo (‘Charlie Weekly’) by blaming the magazine.
In the Western world, on the other hand, though it did not blame the victims, CNN and others refused to show the caricatures that were the excuse for the attack.
Two Islamic terrorists burst into the Paris magazine’s office last week where a staff meeting was being held and opened fire; the result was 12 people dead, including two policemen shot afterwards.
These are Clarion’s findings:
The headline in Yeni Akit, a Turkish daily newspaper with ties to the ruling Islamist AK party, was: ‘Attack on The Magazine that Provoked Muslims.’
The Turkiye Gazetesi, another pro-AK party paper, ran an even stronger headline: ‘Attack on the Magazine that Insulted Our Master the Prophet.’ Following heavy criticism on social media, the magazine changed it slightly: ‘Attack on the Magazine that Published Ugly Cartoons of Our Prophet.’
Finally, Turkiye Gazetesi’s English-language website ran a lukewarm headline – ‘American Muslims Condemn Paris Attack on Charlie Hebdo’ – that did not give any hint as to the article’s contents. The article’s first sentence notes the magazine’s ‘history of publishing unflattering depictions of the Prophet Muhammad.’
The above newspapers implied in their reports that the writers and cartoonists at Charlie Hebdo brought the terrorist attack on themselves byexercising their freedom of expression.
The lesson seems to have been learned. CNN, for instance, has decided not to exercise its freedom of expression in this matter. Apparently fearing Muslim wrath, CNN’s Editorial Director Richard Griffith sent an internal memo reading, ‘We are not at this time showing the Charlie Hebdo cartoons of the Prophet considered offensive by many Muslims.’ In addition, while the Charlie Hebdo attack was still considered ‘Breaking News,’ CNN’s Christiane Amanpour actually called the murderers ‘activists.’
CNN’s approach contrasted strongly with Fox News, whose Sean Hannity engaged in a …” Read more.