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Welingelichte Kringen: 9/11 kleurboek doet veel stof opwaaien

Met ‘We Shall Never Forget 9/11. The Kids’ Book of Freedom’, bereikt de Amerikaanse trend van kleurboeken met een politieke boodschap een cynisch hoogtepunt. Volgens uitgever Really Big Coloring Books moet dit informatieve kleurboek jonge kinderen die geboren werden na 11 september 2001, uitleggen hoe belangrijk de gebeurtenissen van die dag wel zijn voor Amerika en de Amerikanen.

Arab News: 9/11 children’s coloring book sparks controversy

As the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 tragedy approaches, Wayne Bell, publisher of Really Big Coloring Books, Inc. of Clayton, Missouri, US, has released what he calls a “memorial tribute” coloring book. “We shall never forget: The kids’ book of freedom,” is being described by Bell as a “graphic coloring novel on the events of Sept. 11, 2001.” According to ABC 7 News in Chicago, the coloring book contains the phrase “radical Islamic Muslim extremists,” at least 10 times.

Chicago Sun Times: IMAM WARITH DEEN MOHAMMED | 1933-2008 ‘IMAM OF AMERICA’ | Leader Praised for Integrity, Humility

One of America’s most revered religious leaders died Tuesday in the south suburbs.
According to the Cook County medical examiner’s office, 74-year-old Imam Warith Deen Mohammed, longtime leader of the millions-strong American Society of Muslims, was pronounced dead shortly after noon.

Washington Times: ‘Muslim bashers’ hit for resignation

America’s largest Islamic civil liberties group on Wednesday defended Sen. Barack Obama after the Democratic presidential candidate’s Muslim-outreach coordinator resigned because of a brief association with a suspected Muslim extremist.