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NY Times: Don’t Call Terrorists Terrorist Or Muslim World Might Get Angry

NY Times: Don’t Call Terrorists Terrorist Or Muslim World Might Get Angry

Islam has only one goal & that’s total and complete world domination by force. That makes Islam the enemy of everyone else. Muslims will NEVER “assimilate” because it is FORBIDDEN by the Qur’an!

WZ:

I’m confused. I thought terrorism had nothing to do with Islam? So how can you get the Muslim world mad if you designate terrorists as terrorist. Some Arab countries such as Egypt have already designated the Muslim Brotherhood as terrorist.

Daily Caller:

The New York Times editorial board thinks President Trump shouldn’t designate the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization because it could make Trump the enemy of all Muslims.

The liberal paper published Thursday an editorial Thursday titled “All of Islam Isn’t the Enemy” arguing against the move, which the Trump administration is reportedly considering as a possible option. CIA Director Mike Pompeo has said he supports designating the group, which is open about its goal of creating a state ruled by Islamic law, as a terrorist organization.

“Is President Trump trying to make enemies of the entire Muslim world? That could well happen if he follows up his primitive ban on refugees and visa holders from seven Muslim nations with an order designating the Muslim Brotherhood — perhaps the most influential Islamist group in the Middle East — as a terrorist organization,” the editors charged. More

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