A Czech public television station took some heat last month for airing a documentary that included footage from a hidden camera. Here’s the background, from the Prague Post: “The footage in I, Muslim shows a reporter pretending to be someone interested in converting to Islam. He conducts several conversations with members of the mosque, located in Černý Most, about Islam, Europe, terrorism and the role of women.”

Producer Jiri Ovecka said, “It’s like this: During official shooting they were peaceful, nice. Hidden camera footage showed something else — aversion, hatred toward Europe, the entire world, and a mild attitude toward terrorism.”

But let’s talk about headlines like “Muslims Angered by…” Isn’t it a little redundant by now? After all, how many headlines do you see beginning with “Muslims Tickled by,” or “Muslims Warmed by…” or “Muslims not Offended that…” or “Muslims Amused by…” or “Muslims Mollified by…” or “Muslims Gratified that” or “Muslims Content that…” (when it doesn’t concern successful terrorist attacks against Westerners, of course)?