September 26, 2013

Kenyan terror massacre "like Islamophobia"

This, according to CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) Executive Director Nihad Awad. Shortly after condemning the attacks in Kenya, he wrote (in Arabic, natch):

The common denominator between the extremists and advocates of Islamophobia (creating fear of Islam) is that both believe that a perverted view of Islam is the foundation of religion.

First, why not state that in English? Second (and why the f*** this actually needs to be said is ridiculous), the difference between folks like the Kenyan killers and those who are "Islamophobic" is ... the latter don't routinely go around slaughtering people, you pathetic lunkhead.

Posted by Hube at September 26, 2013 02:29 PM | TrackBack

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To me, Islamophobia lost any meaning it might've had because the left throws it out every time there's a terrorist attack perpetrated by Islamists. It's a bogus PC term.

Hell, I have a bats***-insane liberal relative who, earlier this year hilariously claimed that there was a "connection" between the Boston Marathon bombings and the Olympic bombings and also the OKC bombings. She claimed that anyone who suggested Islamists were behind it were "insane" and that they needed to "take off their tinfoil hats and join the human race." She also threw out the "racism" and "Islamophobia" cards at people who disagreed with her. When the attackers were revealed to be Chechnyan Islamists, she didn't apologize or refute any of her nonsensical conspiracy theories, but instead claimed that the Tsaranev brothers "were being set up." I kid you not.

Posted by: Carl at September 27, 2013 03:11 PM