Their latest stunt is a report on the contrived term “Islamophobia,” which suggests that those who fear Islamic terrorism are racist and behave irrationally toward Muslims.
“People of stupidity and intolerance who are uneducated, they live amongst us — when people feel threatened, that’s when you cross the line,” said Dalal Boulbol.
Report makes it clear many non-Muslim citizens of Europe believe that Islam does not fit in their society.
Opinion polls delivered a crushing blow to the German Chancellor. Germans appear to be punishing her accommodative refugee policy.
Islam today, as it is enshrined in most Muslim countries and in the minds of far too many Muslims — a clear majority in many countries — is not a religion of peace, but a religion of oppression and intolerance.
Former Toronto Star columnist and editorial-page editor Haroon Siddiqui told an audience at the city’s Aga Khan Museum that “the media have contributed to widespread Islamophobia by conflating Muslim terrorists with all Muslims.”
WASHINGTON — Cities across the USA are preparing for the next phase that inevitably follows a terror attack: anti-Muslim backlash.
“Unveiled on Tuesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s first federal budget earmarked $35 million over five years, starting in 2016-2017, for an Office of the Community Outreach and Counter-radicalization Coordinator.”
Echoing his rival Donald Trump, Cruz said the U.S. should stop the flow of refugees from countries where Isis has a significant presence.
“I’m struck by the finding that 25 percent of the public thinks at least half the Muslims in the U.S. are anti-American,” said Besheer Mohamed, a senior researcher at Pew and a co-author of the survey analysis, released Feb. 3.