In “Mumbai vs. Oslo” at the American Thinker today, Pamela Geller skewers the media double standard regarding investigating the motives of jihad terror versus the alleged motives of the deranged Norway murderer:
Just days before a barbarian (alone and belonging to no one, no group, just the twisted sickness of a legend in his own broken mind) murdered over seventy people in Norway, the city of Mumbai was attacked in a brutal jihad by Muslim extremists, again. Hear about that? Not so much.
But one cold-blooded killer who has been planning a slaughter in Norway (setting his plan in motion since before 9/11) has become the rallying cry of the dhimmedia in service to the most radical and extreme ideology on the face of the earth.
Where is the same obsessive drive to determine the motivation and the manifesto behind the jihad? Where are the investigative reports on the imams and the mosques that teach, advance, and prescribe violence? Where is the Woodward and Bernstein team to investigate what motivated a Muslim to gun down U.S. soldiers in Arkansas?
Where’s the round-the-clock coverage of the Muslim Najibullah Zazi, who plotted to blow up the New York subway system with the help of his father and his imam on the anniversary of 9/11? Where’s the relentless outcry and hand-wringing over the ideology that attracts young Muslims in America to join Muslim armies in Somalia? Why are there no television specials on why Osama bin Laden quoted Allah and the Koran extensively? What manifesto incited four Muslims in a jihad plot to bomb New York City synagogues and shoot down military planes with stinger missiles?
Where is the pained outcry over Fort Hood jihadi Major Nidal Malik Hasan and his PowerPoint presentation on Islam and the jihadic doctrine? What motivated a Pentagon attack suspect back in June (a Marine, no less) to plot to bomb the Department of Defense? Was it his religious Al Qaeda notebook? This same pious Muslim was found to be responsible for recent random shootings at military installations in and around Washington, D.C. Diane Sawyer, call your office.
Did Brian Williams, who tried to smear Robert Spencer Monday night with this Norwegian nut, look deeply into the ideology and manifesto that motivated more than one imam who was found guilty of plotting to blow up the fuel tanks at JFK airport, which would have made 9/11 look like amateur hour?
Where is the New York Times’ in-depth investigation of who and what inspired six American Muslims (including two imams), who were charged with aiding the jihad by providing the Taliban “material support to a conspiracy to murder, maim and kidnap persons overseas, as well as conspiring to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization”?
Where is the probe on bomb-making classes in madrasas? Or Islamic belly bombs to beat airport security? Or brutal Islamic “constitutions” in Bangladesh, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Iran (the world’s most brutal nations)? Where is the media feeding frenzy on groups in the United States that are plotting to overthrow the current system of governance and install The United States of Islam? Where are the headlines on the Muslim Brotherhood figure and former spokesman in the West’s call to establish a global Islamic state? Where is the media outrage on the Bible ban in Pakistan? What and who was responsible for the Chicago Muslim who was found guilty in a plot to blow up a Danish newspaper? Where was the killer media on the Islamic leader who called for American Muslims to buy guns and start shooting people? Why isn’t the media pounding on the manifesto that inspired Muslims’ deadly attacks on Christian villages, leaving and the village burned in Nigeria? Where is the Washington Post and the New York Times front-page splash on the Indonesian Muslims who planted a big bomb near a major church ahead of Easter?