The opening next Wednesday of the National September 11 Memorial Museum at Ground Zero has engendered numerous debates due to the enormous sensitivity of the subject material.
Conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza joined “The Kelly File’s” guest host Shannon Bream to discuss the immense pressure brought upon the makers of a 7-minute film describing the attack, not to use the terms “Islamic extremist” and “jihadism;” was that realistic?
Harris Zafar, national spokesperson for Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and Director of Youth Outreach, responded that he objected to “using words such as Islamist to describe horrific acts of violence and murder as if to imply they are consistent with the teachings of Islam.”
He said more nuance and careful phraseology was needed, and that the museum should use the language of then-President Bush, that “there was nothing Islamic about what happened on 9-11.”
Zafar agreed that “people who… read more at bizpacreview.com