Sheikh Yousuf al-Qaradawi
Muslim Brotherhood Spiritual Leader
and top television host at Al Jazeera
"When the group sees that it needs someone to be a suicide bomber against others ... and the group plans how he will do it, with a minimum number of casualties, it is permitted."
Yusuf al-Qaradawi is an Egyptian Islamic theologian and chairman of the International Union of Muslim Scholars. He is best known for his programme, al-Sharīʿa wa al-Ḥayāh ("Shariah and Life"), broadcast on Al Jazeera, which has an estimated audience of 60 million worldwide. Some of al-Qaradawi's views have been controversial in the West: he was refused an entry visa to the United Kingdom in 2008, and barred from entering France in 2012. Reports Wikipedia.com
Additionally, Al Jazeera, who showed disdain for Paris murder victims, is a news company that is owned by the non-democratic, monarch styled emirate of Qatar who allows wealthy citizens to financially support ISIS, supports the Muslim Brotherhood, backs the head of Hamas, espouses Islamic Sharia law and does not afford citizens freedom of the press.
The news media does influence the political positions of the public. The Islamist political positions held by Al Jazeera officials and/or owner pose a threat to changing American public policy that has protected life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. There are many reasons why Corporate America should not spend United States' consumer dollars with Al Jazeera America.
Florida Family Association office communications with advertisers and online email campaigns influenced the following companies to stop advertising on Al Jazeera America during the past few weeks:
Air Time Media - Kneebracetv.com **
Alert USA Emergency Response Organization
Ferrer, Poirot & Wansbrough - Xarelto Alert
Globe Life & Accident Insurance Company
Global Concepts (Jeaneez)
National Express (Xhose)
** Denotes the company stopped advertising after an article was posted at Floridafamily.org which encouraged people to send emails to the advertiser.
Florida Family Association has influenced two hundred thirty (230) companies to stop advertising on Al Jazeera America. One hundred ninety one (191) companies stopped advertising after the Florida Family Association office communicated with the companies’ CEOs and Marketing VPs. Thirty nine (39) companies stopped advertising after being profiled in Florida Family Association email campaigns.
A special thanks to everyone who sends emails to advertisers in response to Florida Family Association's email alerts. Your support is making a difference.