Over at National Review, Seth Leibsohn discusses the campaign of censorship being led by Keith Olbermann and others to marginalize Obsession, a documentary discussing the uses of Islamofascist propaganda in the Middle East, recruitment of suicide bombers, and the methods and roots of terrorism. The documentary includes an ideologically wide range of experts, from Alan Dershowitz to Daniel Pipes.
The left continues to tell us that they want "understanding" of our adversaries in the war on terror. Perhaps, like Barack (who characterized 9/11 as a "failure of empathy") it's not "understanding" they want of our enemies. It's sympathy for them.