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Friday, September 2, 2011

Gulen Movement's argumentation is a Straw Man fallacy, weak and lame argumentation

Islam’s enemy network
There is a very important characteristic that differentiates open and democratic countries from closed and authoritarian regimes. While closed societies can find a chance to confront their mistakes only when there are large-scale revolutions or breakthroughs, open societies have a chance to do the same because they have self-critical institutions and people. Open Society like Turkiye?  Talk about the Kurdish children and Turkish Journalists in prison.

The report, “Fear, Inc.: The Roots of the Islamophobia Network in America,” prepared by the Center For American Progress (CAP), which is known for its close ties to US President Barack Obama, reinforces this fact.
Due to trauma it suffered from on Sept. 11, the US experienced an intense drift regarding Muslims inside and outside of the country, while and it contradicted the values that it represented, resulting in grave mistakes made in its policies. However, names involved in a network that has misinformed American society about Islam and Muslims have now been unveiled.
The result of a fastidious, six-month study, the report started by pointing out the ties between the extreme right-wing supporter Anders Breivik, who went on a killing spree that shocked the world, and those who spread hatred against Islam in the United States. In the manifesto that he wrote about why he committed the massacre, Breivik mentioned Robert Spencer, who is known for spreading disinformation and hatred against Islam with his blog Jihad Watch, 162 times, well he referenced political activist Pamela Geller and conservative writer and policy advocate David Horowitz 12 times. The report revealed that those names who influenced Breivik work in well-financed institutions that work on disseminating disinformation against Islam.   Now you are inciting hatred toward Americans Robert Spencer and Pamella Geller?  shame on you.  Anders Breivik was a nutcase and not inspired by anyone or anything, he didn't shoot up a Mosque and many of the people were Christian that were killed by him.  Get your facts straight, you are a irresponsible journalists with one-sided opinion....that of the Goofy Gulen Cult.
Attention has been drawn to the effectiveness of the organizations engaged in misinformation designed to provoke Islamophobia, who, despite being few in number, have had a strong influence on public opinion. The organizations which channel funding to such groups were always the same. Researchers looking into these groups “followed the money,” and were able to discover the financers of Islamophobia. It is interesting that the same funds were supporting many Jewish organizations. Names from Islamophobia experts such as Daniel Pipes to Fox News, the media leg of the network, were exposed: They included David Horowitz of the Freedom Center, Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs, the Washington Times, the National Review, Christian Broadcast Network. The political and religious figures that lent a helping hand to the network were not forgotten either: Politicians such as Peter King, Allen West, Michele Bachman and Sue Myrick are carrying the message propagated by the misinformation experts into their political discourse, while religious leaders such as Pat Robertson, John Hagee, Ralph Reed and Franklin Graham were also taking part in the campaign.  They are ALL misinformed but the Gulen Movement is correct?  What kind of Bull are you slinging?  You cannot possible think you are a journalist with credibility.  
One important observation that came out of the research was that the campaign recently launched against the Gülen Movement in the US is the work of the same network. The Eagle Forum, financed by the same organizations, drew public attention to charter schools run by Turks in the US, while attempting to spread Islamophobia. The forum organized a conference series titled “How to Take Back America” in 2009, and also launched a smear campaign against the Gülen Movement together with Gabriel Gaffney in St. Louis in March 2011. Propaganda was spread to the effect that the movement was attempting to spread a radical understanding of Islam and instill hatred of the US in children. What we are facing is not a just one more case of increased Islamophobia in the post-Sept. 11 world; there is a network working to instill the hatred of Islam in society.  No hatred toward Islam, some of us are Muslim...only hatred toward your lying group that grows by deception, bribary and manipulation.  You are un democratic and prejudice toward others who are not part of Hizmet.  
Of course one must not overlook groups that objectify Islam in Muslim countries, particularly in Turkey, while speaking of networks that spread Islamophobia in the West. According to the “Fear Corporation” report, those who finance Islamophobia in the US and give it media support are all in the civilian realm. In Turkey, on the other hand, in the domestic anti-Islamic campaign, important governmental organizations as well as civilians are taking leadership roles. Think of the official websites targeting Islam, the Justice and Development (AK) Party and Gülen. Let’s see who will write a report on these “fear corporations” and the forces behind them.  over 70% of Turkish Citizens do not like the Gulen Movement, if you were so popular why did Hocaefendi have to leave and remains in hiding?  Answer that one.  Oh that is right he relocated to America for health reasons...he is allergic to lead.

1 comment:

  1. The Gulen Movement would serve themselves better if they would address the accusations instead of creating a non-issue argumentation off topic. Islam has nothing to do with the Gulen Movement and the Gulen Movement has nothing to do with Islam. The Gulen Movement has repressed many fellow moslems in Turkey, reporters, Kurdish children, Alevis and more.
    Gulen Movement is about Fethullah Gulen and recreation of the Golden Generation which will inherit the new Ottoman Empire which Gulen hopes to restore.