KCPT Fake News Reporter Inas Younis – Propaganda Exposed

Posted on March 8, 2018


Kansas City Public Television reporter Inas Younis pictured below with the Tariq Ramadan, the grandson of Muslim Brotherhood founder Hasan Al-Banna. Some have called him the “Muslim Weinstein”.

Inas Younis replied to a tweet from President Donald Trump in July of 2017 calling him childish and a cowardly.

Banned Muslim scholar given visa by Hillary Clinton faces 3rd rape charge, could face charge in U.S. H/T @CreepingSharia

Ramadan, a prominent TV pundit and Oxford University professor whose grandfather founded Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood movement, was detained on February 2 over charges he raped two Muslim women in France, which he denies.

As part of an Obama administration effort to pursue a better relationship with Muslim communities, Clinton signed special orders to allow the reentry of two radical Islamic academics whose terrorist ties had for years banned them from the United States. One of them was Ramadan.

Inas Younis | Flatland KC – KCPT

Reporter Inas Younis is a freelance journalist and commentator. Her opinion pieces and personal essays have been published in various magazines and websites.

A Muslim’s thoughts on terrorism – | The Kansas City Star

Jun 3, 2014 – The answer is yes; one is the antithesis of the other. For no religion on earth should be afforded the courtesy of being called a religion if it condones murder. If Muslims are not protesting loudly enough against terrorism, perhaps it’s because we cannot relate or identify with a terrorist any more than non-Muslims.
In November of 2017, Inas Younis attended what she describes in this article as a”social engineering” event keynoted by a speaker from ISNA Islamic Society of North America. Inas is seen in the photo below with Senator Corey Booker who made an appearance at the event. (Inas pictured bottom right).

Notable religious scholars like former president of the Islamic Society of North America Dr. Ingrid Matson was one of four keynotes for the event. Matson spoke about her heroes Hajar and Saffiyah. Senator Corey Booker “America is not a nation of tolerance but a nation of love,” said Booker.

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The day-long event culminated in a panel discussion moderated by American comedian and host of SiriusXM Progress “The Dean Obeidallah Show,” the only daily national radio show hosted by a Muslim American.

ISGKC Executive Committee as shown in Sept. of 2011. The ISNA Rep. for ISGKC listed as Mohammed El-Housiny.

Inas Younis co-wrote a story for KCPT’s “Muslim in the Metro” program that featured Muslims from around the Kansas City area. One such person mentioned in her story was Islamic Society of Greater Kansas City leader Fadi Banyalmarjeh.

Inas Younis did not report Fadi’s ties to the Muslim Brotherhood through the Muslim American Society or leadership roles with ISGKC. Inas Younis omitted from her story that Fadi Banyalmarjeh served on the BOD for ISGKC along side HAMAS supporter Mohamed El-Housiny and Mahbubur Rahman. Rahman started the petition posted online the Patrick Poole exposed in 2012. ISGKC petitioned for a ban on the 1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution just two weeks after the September 11, 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya. VIDEO BELOW

Below is an online debate Inas took part in with other KC area Muslims.

Inas Younis also had some problems with Sheikh Omar Suleiman when they tried to gender segregate at a KC conference. Details at the bottom of this page.

Omar Suleiman at the Islamic Society of Greater Kansas City

Rasheed Furqan explains the dangers of the interfaith movement in the video below.

KCPT is nothing more than a propaganda wing for liberal hacks and jihadists.

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