Simon Wiesenthal Center: “The Simon Wiesenthal Center condemned genocidal rants at a rally involving 5,000 activists, convened Friday at Cairo’s most prominent Mosque, by the Muslim Brotherhood. ‘It is shocking to hear the Muslim Brotherhood ‘activists’ vowing to ‘one day kill all Jews’ and ‘Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv Judgment Day is coming!’ But the roar of their genocidal rants was matched by a shocking silence of world leaders,’ charged Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center.”
Comment: The Guardian: “I admit I have no idea how the story arcs in Homeland will develop and what surprises are in store. What I do know is how both Arabs and Islamists have been portrayed thus far as violent fanatics, some of whom are powerful and influential infiltrators.”
New York Times: The American Family Association has called “Mix It Up at Lunch Day”- a Southern Poverty Law Center sponsored anti-bullying program- “a nationwide push to promote the homosexual lifestyle in public schools” and advised parents to keep their children home from school in response.
The Times-Picayune: “A tea party leader in Mississippi rues the day that women won the right to vote. Women, she argues, are just too emotionally unstable and untrustworthy for the franchise.”
MarkMaynard.com: Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center has given an interview to blogger Mark Maynard, discussing “everything from the government’s flawed case against Michigan’s Hutaree Militia to the recent anti-government plot discovered within Georgia’s Fort Stewart Army base, and from Quran-burning, carpet-bagging pastor Terry Jones to the recent campaign being waged by the Family Research Council to push the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance program from public schools.”