VIDEO: [Bill O’Reilly] An Associate Professor of Religion at Luther College, Dr. Todd Green debates Bill O’Reilly on the theory on Muslim violence. Dr. Green insists it comes from public figures and journalistic rhetoric. Specific rhetoric and policies that target Muslims are important ingredients in producing violence against Muslims. They are at least are considered precursors in most violent attacks. The debate fueled up while discussing Jeanine Pirro’s questions towards Rep. Omar on Fox News. [Mar. 18, 2019]
Imagine wasting your life being an expert on “Islamophobia,” a propaganda term coined to intimidate people into thinking it wrong to oppose jihad terror. In his article, provocatively entitled “When Christianity is not a religion,” he details some cases of what he claims is “Islamophobia” and concludes:
This framing of Islam as more of a nefarious political ideology than a religion is also a staple in the repertoire of the Islamophobia industry. Anti-Muslim hate speakers such as Robert Spencer insist that Islam is not “just” a religion but “a political system that is authoritarian, supremacist, discriminatory, expansionist, violent, and aggressive.”
So apparently Green thinks I am an “anti-Muslim hate speaker” for opposing jihad terrorist violence and Sharia oppression of women and others. Were foes of the Nazis “anti-German hate speakers”? Todd Green might have thought so. In earlier ages, he would likely have been penning weighty pseudo-academic tomes about how opposing the Nazis makes you a bigot who hates all Germans. He and other “Islamophobia” “experts” make their living slandering and defaming those who oppose jihad terror, which will only have the effect of enabling more jihad terror. How Todd Green can live with himself, as the body count steadily rises, is beyond me.
The irony behind efforts to question Islam’s status as a religion is that it’s quite easy to turn the tables and ask the same question of Christianity: Is Christianity a religion? Or is it an oppressive political system bent on discrimination and domination, prejudice and persecution?…
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