Al-Jazeera recently aired a slanderous film with the obvious intent to discredit our country.
The Hungarian Islamic Community made up by Hungarian and foreign devotees reacted to the film by sending a protest letter to the Qatar-based TV station.
They write: "We watched with profound dismay the deceptive and slanderous propaganda piece that was produced by Glenn Ellis about Hungary and the prime minister of the country and was aired by your TV station. We are shocked by the fact that in the report the producer of the film interviewed extreme left-liberal, anti-Islam and anti-nationalist experts whose prime minister called Saudi Arabian football players several years ago "Arab terrorists"...
Why did not you interview Muslims, Hungarian Muslims or foreign nationals living in Hungary? We would have told you the truth; our country does not have "institutionalized" racism, anti-Semitism, or anti-Roma bias, or, what for us, Hungarians Muslims is even more important, there is no institutionalized Islamophobia in Hungary.
Your video is based on lies, and disinformation and it discredits all of your news reporting. How can we believe after all this what you are reporting on the "Arab Spring" or the Syrian crisis?
We ask you that in addition to issuing an apology, remove the producer of the film Glenn Ellis along with the other contributors from your station.
"They only invent falsehood who do not believe in the verses of Allah, these are the liars." 16:105 – writes the Hungarian Muslim community.
(alfahir.hu – hungarianambiance.com)