Selection of Press Coverage:
Newspapers distribution of DVD on radical Islam raises sharp questions Editorial
“Running from a film like Obsession would be like pouring gasoline of the fire of Islamaphobia”
Finally: One Brave Newspaper Refuses to Distribute 'Islam Terror' DVD by Greg Mitchell
"Obsession" Irks US Muslims by Staff
"The film goes beyond an honest critique of terrorism and radicalism"
Readers obsessed with anti-Islam video by Ted Vaden
"Although the film took pains to say that most Muslims are not violent, that disclaimer was buried in the avalanche of anti-Islamic images, slogans and interviews with experts of dubious credentials."
The Greatest Lesson by Bob Norman
"The makers of this tripe are just as radical as anyone who ever strapped on a suicide vest; they're just doing their damage with images and words rather than swords and schrapnel."
Putting lipstick on propaganda doesn’t change it by Del Stone
Who Is Behind the ‘Radical Islam’ DVD? by Eric Gorski
Muslim group seeks probe of 'radical Islam' DVD by Will Evans
The secret cell helping McCain by Randy Schultz
Focus Of Film In Papers On Islam: Fear by John W. Allman
Obsession Islamophobes lecture at military colleges Military Religious Freedom (MRFF) action alert
Anti-Islam Film Targets "Swing State" Voters by Ali Gharib
"An investigation by IPS last year revealed that the production and promotion of "Obsession" was tied to several right-wing Zionist groups in the U.S. and Israel. Raphael Shore's brother, Rabbi Ephraim Shore, heads up the Israeli group Aish Hatorah, which helped form HonestReporting, an organisation which, the IPS investigation revealed, had ties to the film despite the apparent denials of the relationship."
Ad worries members of Muslim community by Mark Zaborney
Muslims: DVD promoting radical Islam could incite acts of hatred by Jay Hamburg
"Somebody is trying to divide us by scare tactics"
DVD distribution upsets some Muslims by Kelly Lecker
Obsession: Local Newspapers Distribute Right-Wing Propaganda by Bob Norman
Muslim Group Wants DVD Campaign Investigated by Lindsay Peterson
Student debate on Islam shouldn't be one-sided Editorial
"freedom of speech is a constitutionally guaranteed right. But this works both ways, and all sides of any debate or issue need to have an equal say in informing the student body."
DVD inside The News-Press controversial by Rachel Myers
Propaganda film plays to Muslim stereotypes by Jeff VanDenBerg
"The film "Obsession" plays to the crudest stereotypes and promotes the simplest solutions. In the end, this kind of thinking will do far more to harm American security than it will to help it."
Obsession: A jihad-happy DVD delivered to a newspaper near you by Roger Moore
'Radical Islam' video angers South Florida Muslims by Jaweed Kaleem