IslamOnline Picks Up Fake Poster Story - Doesn’t Mention That The Posters Are Fakes
The Wahhabi propaganda site IslamOnline has now picked up on the story of the fraudulent anti-Muslim posters at George Washington University—and conveniently leaves out the fact that the posters were fakes: Islamo-Fascism on US Campus.
CAIRO — University campuses across the United States are becoming the stage for an anti-Islam campaign that includes hate posters and a series of activities to rally students against the alleged threat Islam poses to the US and the world.
George Washington University administration, faculty and students came back from the weekend to find the campus painted with posters and fliers with the message: “HATE MUSLIMS? SO DO WE!!!”
The fliers, posted even on kiosks and mailboxes on standard letter-sized paper, featured a picture of a man next to a diagram describing a “typical Muslim.”
Some features mentioned include “venom from mouth,” “suicide vest,” and “peg-leg for smuggling children and heroin.”
The posters were quickly removed and the administration is investigating the matter.
“There is no place for expressions of hatred on our campus,” Steven Knapp, president of the university, said in a statement.
“We do not condone, and we will not tolerate, the dissemination of fliers or other documents that vilify any religious, ethnic, or racial group.”
Fifteen student organizations led by the GW Muslim Student Association, the Islamic Alliance for Justice and the Jewish Student Association issued a statement expressing that they were “appalled at this incidence of hate and Islamophobia.”
(Hat tip: Jihad Watch.)