You want to see the sort of Islamic extremism that Muslims are exposed to in the Middle-East regularly? Well, then check out a few excerpt from an article in the New York Sun on Bridges TV:
One religious figure who appeared October 3 said Muslims have a duty to change America and to increase their numbers to 50% of the population from 2%. He recommended that Shariah, or Islamic law, be implemented in American courts.
During a roundtable discussion on the Arab-Israeli conflict on October 5, one participant offered a solution: “For the Jews to leave and return to Europe.”
Bridges TV aired a speech by the influential Muslim scholar Jamal Badawi on October 4. Mr. Badawi, who teaches Islam throughout North America, gave an interview to the Saudi Gazette on June 24, 2005, in which he raised questions about who was behind the September 11 attacks and suggested that Americans could be behind the car bombings of Iraqi markets.
…Throughout the day, Bridges TV airs segments of Koranic verses, quite a few of which denounce “unbelievers.” One notable verse that aired October 9 praised martyrdom.
Since the Islamic holy month of Ramadan began, the channel has been showing official, Saudi government-controlled Wahhabi sermons from Mecca’s holiest mosque, Al-Haram. The sermons stream live via Saudi TV Channel one every day at 4 p.m., and Bridges TV adds its own English subtitles.
An anti-Jewish, anti-Christian sermon from October 5 included the call, “May God destroy them!”
Oh wait, did I say that the Islamic extremism and anti-semitism featured on Bridges TV was on in the Middle-East? Actually, Bridges TV is based out of Buffalo and has extended its availability into six (American) states, creating a potential audience of nearly 2 million. Keep an eye out because if you live in the United States, Bridges’ brand of jihad TV may be on in your area soon.
Hat tip to Jihad Watch for the story.