In a fine example of takkiya, Guardian journalist David Shariatmadari writes "Should we blame Islam for terrorism?"
Shariatmadari writes "Let’s assume for a moment, then, that Islam is especially predisposed
towards violence. If that’s your view, then you’ll need to show why the
history of jihadi terrorism is so very short: this is emphatically a
late 20th and early 21st century phenomenon, yet Islam has been around
since the seventh century."
He conveniently forgets to mention the recorded actions of the Prophet himself. The article is not open for comments.
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