Meet the Canary Mission

It is no secret that Jew-hatred and Islamic supremacism are growing and well-organized phenomena, and that efforts to fight back are scattered.  An organized response, however, is growing.  

The Canary Mission (canarymission.org) is a database that has been created “to expose individuals and organizations that are anti-Freedom, anti-American and anti-Semitic in order to protect the public and our democratic values.”  Its pages on individuals and organizations cite specifics, often quoting, and pull no punches.

Naturally, the left is unhappy, with articles in Haaretz, The Forward, and the Guardian attacking it as “McCarthyite.”  The organizers and backers of the Canary Mission are staying private:

Another criticism levelled at Canary Mission is that we are outing radicals but not owning up to who we are and who supports us. However, from ISIS, to Hamas to domestic American radicals, there is a true physical danger. See the comments on our Twitter feed and Youtube video and get an idea of why we are not particularly forthcoming for now. 

There is no question that Canary Mission is edgy; perhaps it even makes us feel a little awkward, but when the storm passes we will reflect and be glad that a new organization has entered the fray.  An organization that provides vital knowledge about who are the radicals and what they are doing.

Take a look at the profiles of the individuals and groups on offer there, and remember the URL canarymission.org whenever you see troubling things and activities underway regarding Islam, Jews, and freedom.

Hat tip: Clarice Feldman

It is no secret that Jew-hatred and Islamic supremacism are growing and well-organized phenomena, and that efforts to fight back are scattered.  An organized response, however, is growing.  

The Canary Mission (canarymission.org) is a database that has been created “to expose individuals and organizations that are anti-Freedom, anti-American and anti-Semitic in order to protect the public and our democratic values.”  Its pages on individuals and organizations cite specifics, often quoting, and pull no punches.

Naturally, the left is unhappy, with articles in Haaretz, The Forward, and the Guardian attacking it as “McCarthyite.”  The organizers and backers of the Canary Mission are staying private:

Another criticism levelled at Canary Mission is that we are outing radicals but not owning up to who we are and who supports us. However, from ISIS, to Hamas to domestic American radicals, there is a true physical danger. See the comments on our Twitter feed and Youtube video and get an idea of why we are not particularly forthcoming for now. 

There is no question that Canary Mission is edgy; perhaps it even makes us feel a little awkward, but when the storm passes we will reflect and be glad that a new organization has entered the fray.  An organization that provides vital knowledge about who are the radicals and what they are doing.

Take a look at the profiles of the individuals and groups on offer there, and remember the URL canarymission.org whenever you see troubling things and activities underway regarding Islam, Jews, and freedom.

Hat tip: Clarice Feldman