Muslim anti-Semitism receives scant mention from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), an organization that is supposed to be dedicated to "fighting hate and extremism." Its website has 1,327 articles about non-Muslim anti-Semitic actions, statements or hate crimes. Less than 10 articles out of thousands on its website mention Muslim anti-Semitism.
Instead, it allies with Islamist groups and leaders, including the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), while giving their anti-Semitism a pass.
SPLC's credibility has been questioned. It took down its media guide this year after Quilliam Foundation co-founder Maajid Nawaz pointed out that its media guide contained fabrications about him. That guide also attacked IPT Executive Director Steven Emerson.
While the report may be gone, SPLC Intelligence Project Director Heidi Beirich has yet to correct a false accusation she made against Nawaz, claiming he was placed on a list of anti-Muslim extremists in part because he supported vast surveillance of Muslims.