DEAR AMERICA: Do We Need LESS Christian And MORE Islamic TV?

Written by Doug Giles on May 15, 2016


The BBC just recently decided that they have been featuring Christianity too much, and that other faiths are underrepresented:

The BBC has concluded Christianity features too prominently in its religious output in an internal review, insisting other faiths be given more airtime and resources.

Both the Church of England and the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) – who are linked to the pro-international Caliphate group Muslim Brotherhood – appeared to welcome the findings, with the later calling for Friday prayers to be broadcast.

According to the Times, Lord Hall, the director-general, is now considering what to do about the apparently problematic findings – that there is a disproportionate amount televised Christianity in a historically Christian country.

Aaqil Ahmed, the BBC’s Muslim head of religion and ethics, has told a committee in the House of Commons that he has written a report on how to satisfy the demands for more third world religions on the BBC.

Read more: Breitbart

The BBC’s report comes after FOX has decided to plan for a new Muslim comedy show:

Here it is at last: the long-desired Muslim family situation comedy that is going to cure “Islamophobia” by showing racist, ignorant, xenophobic Americans that hey, look, Muslims are just like us. Katie Couric called for it during the Ground Zero Mosque controversy, saying that what America needed was a Muslim Cosby Show.

Now that Bill Cosby is so resoundingly discredited, Reza Aslan, with his typical moronic arrogance, updated the demand and called for a Muslim “All in the Family,” apparently not realizing that the central character of that show was a butt of jokes and an object of ridicule. But clearly he meant the same thing: if Americans could just see Muslims outside of the context of jihad terrorism, they would love them, and “Islamophobia” would evanesce.

And then Barack Obama said last week at the Islamic Society of Baltimore that “our TV shows should have Muslim characters that are unrelated to national security.”

Now we have it. Will it work? Will it make Americans drop their concerns about jihad terror? Unlikely. The whole idea that Muslims are threatened, harassed and discriminated against in the U.S. is a creation of the Islamic advocacy industry, which knows well how well it pays to be a victim in the U.S. today. Those groups — Hamas-linked CAIR, ISNA, MPAC and the rest — will still need to play the victimhood game even while this sitcom is running, and after its run has ended.

So we will continue to see fake hate crimes and claims of discrimination, and the failure of this show to stem the tide of “Islamophobia” will be touted as a reason why Muslims deserve special privileges and the further weakening of counter-terror measures.

Read more: HCSTX

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