This morning on Fox, Rudy Giuliani asked "Why can't the President or any one of his staff use the words "Islamic extremist terrorism"?Good Question!
Maybe we can at least get them to say .... the "T" word
Because basically our sorry excuse for a president believes the actions of Islamists are justified.
This morning on Fox, Rudy Giuliani asked "Why can't the President or any one of his staff use the words "Islamic extremist terrorism"?</i.I wouldn't use those words... quite.I'd go with "Islamist" as the first word instead.I want to leave room for the Islamic world to declare Islamism a form of idolatry - worshipping a (factually-questionable) image of life in the Islamic world circa 800 AD, rather than Allah. This could open things up for an Islamic Reformation that would permit Islam to renounce and condemn religion-based violence and oppression as all other major religions have done.Because, as far as I can see, the only alternative to such a reformation is genocide.
Because those three words are rather redundant?JLC
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