Taking the mainstream media's dhimmitude and kowtowing to the jihadists to new heights. "The Washington Post’s Jihadist Op-Ed Contributor," by Thomas Joscelyn in The Weekly Standard, May 11:
In the aftermath of Osama bin Laden’s death, the Washington Post ran a four-part series by men and women who had their “lives shattered and transformed by” the terror master. One of the contributors was especially curious: former Guantanamo detainee Moazzam Begg.
I have written about Begg on a number of occasions before, so what follows will not be new for some readers. But apparently it will be new for the Post’s editors, who don’t seem to mind giving over their pages to a jihadist.
Here are five reasons the Post should have thought twice before giving Moazzam Begg space to comment.
Reason #1: Moazzam Begg and his organization, Cageprisoners, have proselytized on behalf of al Qaeda cleric Anwar al Awlaki and spread jihadist propaganda....