A teacher has reportedly shown the anti-Muslim propaganda film to her high school class warning the students that if Obama is elected, some of what they saw in the film would occur.
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It has been a nasty campaign. Many of us have already run out of righteous indignation, but what we have seen these last few days might be lowest point, and a portent of things to come.
An October 3 article from the Dayton Daily News continues the paper's attempts to minimize the attack that occurred on September 26 at the Islamic Center of Greater Dayton.
She tells me she is afraid, and will never return to the mosque, and I wonder what kind of country is this where people have to fear attending their place of worship?
Two of the Islamophobic fear mongers featured in Obsession have been invited to speak at U.S. Military Colleges.
Funding is coming from a New York-based group called the Clarion Fund, a supposed 501 c(3) non-profit that this week featured an article supporting John McCain on its website.
Aimed at voters in the battleground states the week of September 11, the film is more than a scare tactic or a campaign ploy. It smacks of classic propaganda, boosted by the authority of the Times brand.
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