It was a friendly and uncritical piece, even including a personal thanks for "taking care of" the on-air personality and his crew as they "intruded" into their hosts' viewing of the show.
The "report" exuded such tolerance and "balance" that even tonight's anchor was prompted to utter wistfully something along the lines of, "Perhaps this can help us all take ourselves a little less seriously."
The only problem is that KTLA Prime News has allowed itself to be used as a propaganda tool by those seeking ultimately to replace the Constitution guaranteeing their Freedoms of Speech and the Press with Shari'a law.
The piece went from politically-correct, multiculturalist angst to outright dhimmi propaganda in no time at all.
It began with KTLA's Entertainment personality Ross wondering whether or not "Muslim-Americans" would be offended by the program. Over nine thousand six hundred terrorist attacks in obedience to Allah since 9/11, and we should worry about hurting Muslims' feelings?
Perhaps the producers and staff of Prime News adore irony (and have a deep, dark sense of humor), since the question of Muslim offense at a sitcom was nearly contemporaneous with their story of a "Bosnian man" trying to enter the U.S. embassy in Vienna with a backpack full of explosives and nails. Insultingly, that brief report ended with a clueless (paraphrased), "no word on what the man wanted to do."
Let's see, a Muslim with a backpack full of explosives, nails, and Islamic literature trying to enter an American embassy. What did he have in mind? Undoubtedly, his actions were intended to coincide with and reinforce the message of a new marketing campaign in the UK -- Islam Is Peace.
It gets better. Who was Ross' host? It looked like Edina Lekovic, spokeswoman for the LA-based Muslim Public Affairs Council. As editor of Al-Talib at UCLA in 1999, she was responsible for an article supporting Osama bin Laden called “Jihad in America,” a fact which was recently exposed by Steven Emerson. Here is a snip of what appeared in the article (from LGF; also noted here):
“When we hear someone refer to the great Mujahid (someone who struggles in Allah’s cause) Osama bin Laden as a ‘terrorist,’ we should defend our brother and refer to him as a freedom fighter, someone who has forsaken wealth and power to fight in Allah’s cause and speak out against oppressors. We take these stances only to please Allah.”Edina Lekovic's publication supports OBL as "fighting in Allah's cause," and we have to worry about offending her!
Seeking to ensure that the purpose of the sitcom in question was not missed by all us in-bred, backwater illiterates, Amy Pietz is offering her thoughts on the program's wanting to enlighten "small-minded racists" in America. (You know them -- the people who don't really appreciate being on the business end of Qur'an 9:5's "kill the unbelievers wherever you find them. . . .")
Did you get that? For nearly 1400 years, Muslims have enslaved, raped, and slaughtered non-Muslims at the command of Allah and in accord with the prophet's example, but we are the ignorant bigots in need of change!
Amy Pietz, there's a niqab with your name on it.
I urge KTLA to investigate Edina Lekovic's support for Islamic terrorism.
Even more importantly, it should explore the Source and Sustenance of the global jihad and its own uncritical (even dutiful) assistance of its propaganda efforts.