Like the aftershock following an earthquake, the next wave has already started rippling across the nation, following the recent terror attacks: anti-Muslim backlash.
All across social media, discussion in local communities and political comments, recent attacks by Islamic terrorists have sparked feelings of fear, anger and suspicion of Muslims everywhere. Leftists and Muslims call it “Islamophobia” and “hate speech.”
Following the terror attacks, Muslims know they are being view with suspicion, and have spoken out that they feel intimidated, threatened, and insecure, while many Americans feel Muslims do not do enough to speak up and condemn the Islamic terrorist attacks when they occur.
Months ago, Donald Trump sent the nation into orbit when he made the suggestion that we should temporarily halt all Muslim refugees coming into the U.S. until we could “figure out what is going on” and implement better vetting methods, due to the fact that trained Islamic terrorists are embedded among the Muslim refugees coming to America.
After the terrorist attack in Brussels, Senator Ted Cruz said that the U.S. needs to “empower law enforcement to patrol and secure Muslim neighborhoods before they become radicalized.” His comments struck an already raw nerve in Muslim communities throughout the U.S., although Donald Trump praised Cruz’s idea.
President Obama called that approach “wrong and un-American,” and said at a news conference while in Argentina, that Cruz’s strategy “makes no sense,” and that any approach that would single them out or target them for discrimination is not only wrong and un-American, but it would be counter-productive.”
Monday, March 21st – one day before the Brussels terrorist attack occurred – Dennis Michael Lynch discussed the subject of “Radical Islam” on his nightly show, “UNFILTERED”.
Global speaker with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries Dr. Nabeel Qureshi, retired Delray Beach police detective Tom Whatley, and former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik join Dennis to discuss the ISIS hit list released with the names of 36 cops on it as well as De. Qureshi’s USA Today op-ed on why Americans are turning to radical Islam.
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