Questions about the 'Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council': Senators Hatch & Cardin to Host Reception at Dirksen Building This Evening
Ahead of tonight's reception co-hosted by Senators Hatch and Cardin, Stephen Schwartz examines the new "Muslim Jewish Advisory Council," an interfaith effort between the well-meaning American Jewish Committee (AJC) and the radical Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) that counts UC Berkeley's Hatem Bazian among its opponents. His Campus Watch-sponsored
article appears today at the Weekly Standard
What could go wrong in such a worthy enterprise? AJC is a reasonable, credible institution. Its policy-makers doubtless feel more comfortable cultivating "dialogue" with ISNA, which is considered the weightiest American Muslim interest group. But ISNA has in the past been exposed as a channel for the spread of Saudi-based Wahhabi fanaticism in U.S. mosques.
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Related Topics: Hatem Bazian, University of California, Berkeley | Cinnamon Stillwell
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