Daniel Pipes

Islamophobia bankroller behind organizer of Israel junket for US “Muslim leaders”

The Shalom Hartman Institute uses interfaith program as part of effort to turn prominent and emerging US Muslim leaders into apologists for Zionism.

Top players in Islamophobia industry paid over $150,000 per year

Thirty-seven laws hostile to Islam have been introduced across the US so far this year.

Anti-Palestinian group to “monitor” boycott activists on campus

Scholars for Peace in the Middle East’s “BDS Monitor” appears likely to be another bigotry-driven exercise in on-campus espionage and intimidation.

UK anti-boycott activist spoke at Islamophobic conference

Ronnie Fraser, who sued his own union for discussing boycotts of Israel, featured at conference with Robert Spencer, Geert Wilders, Daniel Pipes.

Oslo Freedom Forum founder’s ties to Islamophobes who inspired mass killer Anders Breivik

Max Blumenthal
New York City
14 May 2013
Panelists at Oslo Freedom Forum

Norwegian government and Amnesty International co-sponsor “human rights” forum produced by group funded by big donors to Islamophobes who were cited by murderer.

Anti-Muslim group leaps to defense of American Islamic Congress after EI exposé

There have been some very interesting reactions to Max Blumenthal’s investigation that revealed the virulently anti-Muslim and pro-Israel donors behind the American Islamic Congress.

Weddady's Free Arabs, American Islamic Congress and the pro-Israel funders who helped them rise

Max Blumenthal
New York City
7 May 2013
Man wearing blue robe looks at his phone in a radio station suite

A group that rose with US government and Israel lobby funding during the early stages of the Iraq war incubated the controversial new website “Free Arabs.”

Zionists smear Amnesty over "cocktail" joke

The Community Security Trust has accused the leading human rights organization of anti-Semitism over a harmless tweet.

How a clueless "terrorism expert" set media suspicion on Muslims after Oslo horror

Immediately after news of the bombing of government buildings in Norway’s capital Oslo, the Internet buzzed with speculation about who might have done it and why. Most speculation focused on so-called Islamist militancy and Muslims. The urge to speculate after grave events is understandable, but the focus of speculation, its amplification through social media, its legitimization in mainstream media, and the privilege granted to so-called experts is a common pattern.

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