Satirical CAIR Commercial Promotes “Islamophobin,” a Pill To Cure Anti-Muslim Dread May 27, 2016

Satirical CAIR Commercial Promotes “Islamophobin,” a Pill To Cure Anti-Muslim Dread

For various reasons, I’ve never been a fan of CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations. But this new video, produced by that Muslim advocacy group, uses humor to convey CAIR’s anti-Islamophobia message.

What_if_there_were_a_medicine_to_make_someone_less_prejudiced__-_The_Washington_Post

I admit it: I chuckled. If the commercial is a departure of sorts for CAIR, good: this approach should work a helluva lot better than the group’s overwrought, clenched-teeth statements implying that all criticism of Islam is suspect, racist, and dangerous.

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