Fantasy Islam: A game in which an audience of non-Muslims wish with all their hearts that Islam was a “Religion of Peace,” and a Muslim strives to fulfill that wish by presenting a personal version of Islam that has little foundation in Islamic Doctrine.
Stephen M. Kirby
The Clarion Project (formerly Clarion Fund Inc) was founded in 2006 and is an independently funded, non-profit organization dedicated to exposing the dangers of Islamist extremism while providing a platform for the voices of moderation and promoting grassroots activism.
The Clarion Project has an Advisory Board consisting of three Muslims: Zuhdi Jasser, Raheel Raza, and Elham Manea. The Clarion site explains:
The purpose of The Clarion Project’s Advisory Board is to advise management how to best achieve the organization’s goals of educating the public about Islamic extremism and providing a platform for Muslim human rights activists.
What kind of “education” will the Clarion Project’s management be receiving from these three advisors? Personal versions of Fantasy Islam.
The Fantasy Islam of Zuhdi Jasser
The Clarion Project’s Advisory Board Plays Fantasy Islam – Part 1: Zuhdi Jasser: Islam’s Modernizing Prophet
- Additional articles:
[Zuhdi Jasser] Blaming the Jews for the inability to reform Islam
Zuhdi Jasser Refuses to Debate in His Home Mosque: Keeping the House of Cards Together
PDF File: Zuhdi Jasser Refuses to Debate in His Home Mosque – Keeping the House of Cards Together
Zuhdi Jasser Blames “Alt-Jihadists” for the Failure of Aspiring Muslim Reformers
The Fantasy Islam of Raheel Raza
The Clarion Project’s Advisory Board Plays Fantasy Islam – Part 2: The “Radical” Raheel Raza
The Fantasy Islam of Elham Manea
The Clarion Project’s Advisory Board Plays Fantasy Islam – Part 3: Elham Manea Rejects the Koran