MUST READ:  TAM article collection on violence after anti-Muslim film

September 22, 2012:  In the past few weeks we have posted a series of articles on the terrible tragedy in Libya when our Embassy was attacked and U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other American Embassy staffers were murdered by terrorists, and the many violent protests across the world over the film “Innocence of Muslims”, as well as a series of provocative anti-Muslim efforts that occurred in the same brief time period:

- The Tragic Consequences of Extremism
- Muslim, Arab, & Interfaith Organizations Condemn Attacks on U.S. Embassies collecting many statements in condemnation of the violence and of the Islamophobic film. 
- Wingnut Bloggers Claimed Photos Showed ‘Muslims Dragging Stevens’ - Actually Showed Libyan Rescuers
- Extremist Christians Produce Anti-Muslim Film Blame Jews discussing the film “Innocence of Muslims” and the violent protests sparked around the world.
- Who are the real players behind anti-Muslim film? discussing what is known to date about those who produced and promoted this film, and their possible connections with the Islamophobia Industry.
- “Innocence of Muslims”: Film and International Crisis (TAM article collection) collecting informative articles from around the world on what has become an international crisis. 
- The “Innocence” of the Islamophobes and the Film No One Wants to Be Connected With discussing the denials of involvement of anyone even remotely connected with this film. 
- Eric Allen Bell’s Accusations Typical of Islamophobic Spin Machine about one particularly odd denial of involvement. 
- Geller & Spencer Create “Muslim Cat Crucifixion” Lie to Inflame Hatred about a hateful lie about a particular incident of ‘Muslim rage” over the film that never happened.
- Charlie Hebdo Cartoon Incident: An Example of Islamophobia or A Defense of Free Speech? Round Two
- Newsweek’s ‘Muslim Rage’ cover
- Libyan citizens drive the extremists out
- Daniel Pipes could use a little common sense
- Walk your dog at a mosque day?


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