"Pro-Muslim," i.e., defending special accommodations for Muslim practices in businesses and workplaces -- accommodations that would never be granted to non-Muslims. "Pro-Muslim," i.e., demonizing and marginalizing anyone who stands up and defends the freedom of speech, the freedom of conscience, and equality of rights for all people before the law, against Islamic supremacism. "Pro-Muslim," i.e., working assiduously to obscure any connection between Islam and Islamic jihad terrorism, even when the jihad terrorists themselves point to the Qur'an and Sunnah as their motivation and inspiration. "Pro-Muslim," i.e., characterizing jihadis as "insurgents," "militants," or "youths," or some other term, but never what they are. "Pro-Muslim," i.e., casting Muslim violence against non-Muslims as "clashes" between two equally aggressive groups. And on and on and on.
"American print media 'very pro-Muslim,'" by Sidrah Roghay for The News International, June 17 (thanks to Kenneth):
Karachi: Born in a sufi family in India before Partition, Shabbir Mansuri was chosen by his father to go to the United States, and do all the things that Americans do. Several decades later he was invited by the US consulate at a local hotel as an American citizen and founder of the Institute of Religion and Civics to head a talk titled ‘religion, media and politics in the United States’.
“As far as editorial content is concerned, [the] print media in the United States is very pro-Muslim,” he said talking about this one time when controversy sparked about designating an area for ablution (wudhu) at the Michigan Universities especially for Muslims.
“The Los Angeles Times protected the decision in the name of freedom of religion.”...