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National Review Removes Books Attacking Prophet Muhammad

(WASHINGTON, D.C., 3/29/05) – The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today announced that National Review magazine has apparently removed advertisements for two virulently anti-Muslim books attacking the Prophet Muhammad from its online store. The removal of the promotional materials for “The Life and Religion of Mohammed” and “The Sword of the Prophet” came after hundreds of concerned Muslims contacted the magazine and Boeing Co., one of the magazine’s advertisers, to express their concerns about the slamophobic views in both books. The previous links to each book, which were working as late as this afternoon, state “Record not found for product.”

SEE:
http://www.nrbookservice.com/bookpage.asp?prod_cd=C6614″

http://www.nrbookservice.com/bookpage.asp?prod_cd=C6077

Yesterday, CAIR issued an action alert calling on Muslims and other people of conscience to urge that Boeing withdraw advertising support from National Review because of its promotion of anti-Muslim hate. Boeing representatives say they were “inundated” with faxes, e-mails and calls.

SEE: “Contact Boeing About National Review’s Attack On Prophet Muhammad”
http://cair.com/default.asp?Page=articleView&id=224&theType=AA

“We would like to thank all those who took the time to contact both National Review and Boeing to defend Islam and the Prophet Muhammad from defamation,” said CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad.

CAIR, America’s largest Muslim civil liberties group, has 31 offices and chapters nationwide and in Canada. Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and
mutual understanding

To read CAIR’s Mission, Vision Statement and Core Principles, go to: http://www.cair-net.org/default.asp?Page=About

CONTACT: Ibrahim Hooper, 202-488-8787 or 202-744-7726, E-Mail: ihooper@cair-net.org;
Rabiah Ahmed, 202-488-8787 or 202-439-1441, E-Mail: rahmed@cair-net.org

 

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