In “The tragedy continues,” Michael Graham (thanks to Mackie) reflects on the dhimmis who fired him a year ago, and the ongoing (and growing) problem that authorities still refuse to face:
One year ago this month, I was fired from my talk radio job by ABC/Disney for saying on the air “” and in these pages “” that “Islam is a terrorist organization.”
My argument was very simple. Any organization that allows terrorists to operate freely in its name; whose ideology is, rightly or wrongly, used to justify and promote terrorism; and whose membership includes, according to every international poll, hundreds of millions of devotees who suppoIrt suicide bombing “” that organization has a unique problem with terrorism.
That’s what I said. ABC ordered me to apologize for it. They insisted I perform community service as a form of penance for it. I told them I would never apologize for telling the truth, and they fired me.
One year later, I’m back on the air and I haven’t changed a bit.
The problem is, neither has Islam.
One year ago, I reported in horror that approximately one in four British Muslims told pollsters that, if they knew about a terrorist plot targeting their fellow British citizens, they would not report it to the police. “Troubling,” I said at the time, but not as bad as actually supporting terrorist attacks.
Now, a new poll shows that about one in four British Muslims support suicide bombings, that the 7/7 attacks in London were justified. Nearly half of British Muslims today believe the 9/11 attacks on New York were a conspiracy involving the US government and Israel.
These are Muslims in Britain. Not Baghdad, not Bangladesh, but living in the heart of the modern, Western world.
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