Michigan State University teaches journalism students to lie…or why you never get the truth about Islam from the media
‘Man-caused disasters’ and ‘Overseas contingency operations’ aside, prominent left wing universities like Michigan States are publishing manuals of ‘best practices for journalists reporting on Islam,’ that are nothing more than politically correct taqiyya (the Muslim art of deceiving infidels).
Live Leak - The manual, developed by Michigan State journalism students, includes sections on ethics, knowledge, objectivity and sources (depite the fact that none were used in the creation of this manual).
Under “Knowledge,” the manual says:“Do not make assumptions based on the connotation of words. As a reporter, you should research, investigate and understand the true meaning of words not used frequently in your native language to make sure the words are being used properly.
(Assume your audience is a bunch of knuckle-dragging illiterates) “Avoid using terms that the audience has no knowledge of or with which a misplaced knowledge has developed. In the event that they can’t be avoided, clarify. For example, the word “jihad” is commonly mistranslated as “holy war” and believed to be something that is inherently wrong, dangerous, sinister, etc. While some militant groups use the term in that way, the concept has a much different meaning for mainstream Muslims.
(Assume your audience will not remember that the term “Allahu Akbar has been heard before every Islamic terror attack) “Likewise, the Arabic phrase “Allahu Akbar,” which means “God is the Greatest,” is both extremely important to and commonly used by Muslims. It is a repeated feature of Islamic prayer and also is used in place of applause and as a general cheer. However, the media often present the phrase as a battle cry. This has the potential of casting all uses of the phrase as suspicious or to be feared, which would then serve to demonize entire Muslim populations.”
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