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ABC, CBS, NBC omit all mention of Islamic ties in New Mexico compound starved children case

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Jihad Watch

By Robert Spencer

Always, job one for the establishment media is to protect the image of Islam.

“Nets Omit Islamic Ties in New Mexico Kidnapping, Starved Children Case,” by Nicholas Fondacaro, Newsbusters, August 7, 2018:

As we continue to get updates on more gruesome discoveries and the squalor living conditions present at a New Mexico compound that included 11 starving children (ages one to 15) and the dead body of one child, one key detail had gone totally unreported by the major broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC): The ties to radical Islam.

Last Friday, the Taos County Sheriff’s Office executed a raid on a makeshift compound in the New Mexico desert in the search for 4-year-old Abdul-Ghani, who was believed to have been abducted by his father 39-year-old Siraj Wahhaj in Georgia back in December. And according to the Sheriff’s Office, what they found was horrific, even “third world”…

The raid was a high stakes operation that required “a tactical approach for our own safety because we had learned the occupants were most likely heavily armed and considered extremist[s] of the Muslim belief,” Sheriff Hogrefe explained in a press release. Two men were arrested while three women who were also in the compound were detained and then released. “[A]ll 11 children were immediately taken in protective custody and later turned over to the state CYFD division,” the Sheriff’s Office said.

Read more: https://www.jihadwatch.org/2018/08/abc-cbs-nbc-omit-all-mention-of-islamic-ties-in-new-mexico-compound-starved-children-case

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