Jihad Watch is under continued cyber attack — it’s easier for the jihadists and Islamic supremacists than refuting what we say, and accords better with their authoritarian mindset. I am working to get the site fully operational again — but in the meantime, ask for your patience.
The above tweet comes from Nathan Lean, editor-in-chief of the “moderate” spokesman Reza Aslan’s Aslan Media. It is part of a consistent pattern: Aslan is one of the most prominent, popular and respected Muslim spokesmen on the scene, but he has recently been unmasked as a Board member of a front group for Iran’s bloody Islamic regime. Aslan is also a Left-fascist who has called for obstruction of our freedom of speech by means of vandalism of our pro-freedom ads.
Aslan employs Lean, a dull-witted thug who has threatened me repeatedly, repeats what he knows to be falsehoods about my record, and has been arrested for shouting obscenities at a city council meeting.
In a sane world, people like Reza Aslan and Nathan Lean would be regarded with contempt and disdain by all free people. In ours, Lean gets space in the Los Angeles Times and New York Daily News to defame me and my colleagues, and to call for restriction of our freedom of speech. And now he openly endorses cyber terrorism, knowing that in doing so he will get only applause from his fellow Left-fascists.