Are All Terrorists Muslims? It’s Not Even Close – The Daily Beast

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4 Responses to Are All Terrorists Muslims? It’s Not Even Close – The Daily Beast

  1. jeffreycanthony says:

    I wonder how those statistics change when we consider the US government’s acts of terror both on it’s own population and on foreign soil.

    This phenom is a sad case of news agencies reporting what is popular because people more often are all about the “other” group being wrong, so it’s easiest to pick the minority. My family is jewish, but we don’t spend time denying that just like any group, there are people who will do ill to others. We’ve also had muslims in our home and all of us talked about our beliefs openly, without fear, and without hate. The problem is not with a religion or a belief, even though I will say that islam is a little more open to interpretation leading to violence, this does not override the personal responsibility and intent of an individual.

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  2. cavpatriot says:

    pretty good article. And fairly spot on.

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