Our President is engineering Islamophobia by refusing to differentiate between American Muslims, those who are good citizens of the US while following the religious teachings of the Islamic religion, and Radical Islamic Terrorists who seek to eliminate all other religions and nations by force and terror in the name of Islam. Our President is fond of calling the citizens of the US Islamophobes and blaming us and our guns for all of the acts of terror against the US and its allies. But his bias is actually creating a fog, making it difficult to differentiate between who are the good guys and who are the bad guys. Our President’s failure to identify the source of the overwhelming number of terror attacks as followers of Radical Islamic beliefs is fueling animosity towards Muslims in general.
It is pretty easy Mr. President. Here is a chart that you can put on your desk:
Radical Islamic Terrorists = Bad Guys
American Muslims = Good Guys
If you are still having problems differentiating between the two, here is a quick checklist you can run through when assessing whether a person may be a good guy or a bad guy. You may be a bad guy or could be converted into a bad guy if:
You believe in the establishment of a caliphate.
You believe that the US Constitution, our federal, state and local laws are subservient to Sharia Law.
You believe that the use of terror or force is justified to convert those who do not believe the way you do.
You think that Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi and Abu Muhammad al-Adnani are true followers of Islam.
If the answer to any of these is YES, you may have a bad guy on your hands.