Routes is an college magazine that showcases work of college students relating to issues about Oklahoma run by the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Oklahoma.
I was completely taken aback to see their front page and cultural section mainly devoted to Islam or Muslim victimhood. This includes a slide show of pictures where one featured a photo of a larger Quran next to a smaller Bible, pictured above.
Some of Routes latest articles presented a peaches and cream positive image of Islam, or of their victimhood. All ignored a move by Muslims leaders in Oklahoma to hookup with one of the most controversial Islamist organizations in the country, CAIR, which was named an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest Hamas terror-funding trial in U.S. history.
Their new director in Oklahoma sued the state this week to stop the will of the people in their historic vote to ban sharia law from being used in state court. One of their article features Saad Mohammed, one of the two co-founders of CAIR Oklahoma but they didn't mention this at all. Last summer, CAIR Oklahoma's board chair, Michael Aziz Gipson was charged with mortgage fraud and conspiracy.
Here are some of their recent articles: