MTV partners with CAIR to shape television programming for 500 million households despite the group’s Islamist Agenda | The Counter Jihad Report

MTV partners with CAIR to shape television programming for 500 million households despite the group’s Islamist AgendaPosted on May 29, 2014Florida Family Association:Click here to send your email of concern to MTV and Viacom parent officials.The Clarion Project reports in part:MTV is including the Council on American-Islamic Relations CAIR, a U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entity with a history of radicalism, in its “world-class coalition of expert partners” for a campaign to combat discrimination and inequality. CAIR has a history of tarring its opponents by calling them “anti-Muslim” or “Islamophobes.”The multi-year “Look Different” campaign will use celebrity activism, television shows and social media to influence the over 500 million households that MTV is available in. While well-intentioned, MTV unfortunately chose to include CAIR, an organization with an extremist history that tars every opponent as an anti-Muslim bigot.The Justice Department designated CAIR an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism-financing trial in U.S. history. The government listed CAIR as an entity of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood, specifically its secret Palestine Committee; a body set up to covertly support the Hamas terrorist group.

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