Nevada/Oklahoma Radio Talk Show Host Rick Roberts Goes on Anti-Islam Rant

Today, Nevada/Oklahoma radio talk show host Rick Roberts went on an anti-Muslim rant on his show, including saying the following:

  • Every American Muslim and every American mosque should be placed on a "watch list."
  • Islam is a "cult," not a religion.
  • People become Muslims and stay with Islam through "fear and intimidation."
  • Ban Muslims from coming to the United States.
  • Quran encourages Muslims to lie.
  • The ultimate goal of Islam is world domination.
  • Compares Islam and Muslims to dangerous disease.
  • Islam is a "cave-dwelling, knuckle-dragging, mouth-breathing" doctrine.

KKFT 99.1FM Talk - A FOX Affiliate (Roberts is also heard on KTOK in Oklahoma.)


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Send POLITE comments to the general manager and program director (info below). Please copy email messages to [email protected]

Mr. Jerry Evans
General Manager
KKFT-FM Radio Station
Phone: 775-884-8000
Email: [email protected]

Mr. Lee Matthews
Program Director
KTOK-AM Radio Station
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 405-840-5271 ext. 261

Remember to keep your messages civil. A well-articulated, polite message will be much more effective than an angry one. We shouldn't stoop to Rick Roberts' level of name-calling. Also, angry or rude messages might be used to make Muslims looks bad or to reinforce Roberts' false claims about Muslims.

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