The Times Sanitizes a Muslim Extremist
An expose on this man in Discoverthenetworks.com points out all the things the Times left out. He organized an anti-war demonstration while the wounds were still festering on Sept. 22, 2001, and has authored some extremist polemics described in the article.
The prospect of unity between foreign-born and domestic Muslims also has implications for the war on terrorism that the Times doesn't touch. Domestic Muslims were indicted last year in a terrorist plot, and studies have shown that terrorist influence among imprisoned Muslims.
And this the Times celebrates?