A very good write-up. While I oppose Islam, the threat of Islamic terrorism is far overblown. This is a case of the availability heuristic at work. We see Islamic terrorism frequently in the news, therefore we assume it predominates for terror-related crime. I would say that many Muslims, many of whom condemn al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups, do in fact support acts that would be considered terrorism or are morally abhorrent. This is true for Christians as well – just show a Christian the book of Joshua and watch how quickly they start to justify the genocide of Canaan.
it’s a really simple concept. a muslim ≠ a terrorist. comprende?
i know it’s clearly very difficult for the majority of human beings around today so i hope you reading this are at least not that ignorant. this is something i’ve been wanting to write about for a long, long time, but it makes me so angry that i wasn’t sure if a blog post would accurately convey what i’m trying to say because this is such an important matter.
here is a pie-chart for you to study. it shows the terrorist attacks on u.s. soil by group, from 1980 to 2005, according to the FBI database. it’s totally accurate and reliable. for those of you that don’t understand, more jewish extremists committed terrorist attacks and islamic extremists from 1980 to 2005. just think about it. have you ever heard about jewish extremist terrorism? no you haven’t. because the world and…
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