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Young American Muslims call for Lowe’s boycott

The Arab American Association of New York released a video on Wednesday calling for Americans to “boycott bigotry” after retail giant Lowe’s pulled all their advertisements from a TV show about Muslims. Facing pressure from the Florida Family Association, a little-known Christian group, Lowe’s pulled all its advertisements from TLC’s…

Rep. Murphy says Lowes compromising national security

Rep. Chris Murphy (D-CT) on Wednesday accused the national hardware chain Lowes of giving fodder to militant Muslim groups. Facing pressure from the Florida Family Association, a little-known Christian group, Lowes pulled all its advertisements from the TV show All-American Muslim. The series showcases the lives of Americans who follow…

Stewart: Florida Family Association just loves their stereotypes

Jon Stewart tried to understand Tuesday evening why the conservative group Florida Family Association could have any problem with a reality show about peaceful American Muslims. The Daily Show host analyzed interviews of the group’s executive director David Carton comments on TLC’s All-American Muslims, who said he was concerned that…

Group leading boycott of Muslim show hacked, threatened by ‘Anonymous’

A little known Christian group that’s been leading a boycott of a reality television show about American Muslims saw their website hacked and defaced last night by an unknown person claiming to be part of the hacker activist group “Anonymous.” The hacker said they had obtained all of the Florida…

Bigotry charges aimed at Lowes over Muslim TV show

WASHINGTON — One of the biggest US retailers faced charges of bigotry Monday after it bowed to pressure from a Christian group and stopped advertising on a reality TV show about Arab Americans. Lowe’s, a national hardware chain, said it was among a number of sponsors to abandon “All-American Muslim,”…

Retail chain pressured into pulling advertising from reality show about Muslims

The cable channel TLC may have thought it was promoting the cause of ethnic and religious harmony by running a program that sympathetically examines the lives of five ordinary American Muslim families. But now the show itself has become a source of conflict, with the conservative Florida Family Association urging…

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