INSANITY: Hamas Linked Group Demands ‘Islamophobia’ Be Treated As A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE

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The Council for American-Islamic Relations is constantly trotted out by the mainstream media as some sort of moderate group. It isn’t.

The Hamas-linked organization is actually demanding Islamophobia be treated as a mental health issue.

This is insanity.

Counter Jihad reports:

As we have seen from the ‘Islamophobia’ report released this past summer by CAIR and UC Berkeley’s Center for Race and Gender– not only is the ‘Islamophobia’ narrative an attempt to silence criticism of Islam but also their pseudo definition of ‘Islamophobia’ includes rational fears (“real Muslim threat”). Therefore, national security policies that seek to counter jihadi Muslims from slaughtering innocent American civilians could be considered Islamophobic under their definition.

With this all-inclusive definition which contradicts what a phobia really is, an irrational fear, it’s pretty easy to label just about anything Islamophobic. Furthermore, this allows ‘Islamophobia’ to be linked with just about anything Islamists or their sympathizers perceive as against Islam or bad in general. This is how ‘academics’ like Goleen Samari, a postdoctoral research fellow, can connect ‘Islamophobia’ to things such as health issues. This is why she wants ‘Islamophobia’ to be treated “as a public health issue.” Yes, you heard correct, and it seems like CAIR is on board with the idea too (tweet below).

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That’s basically all you have to know about CAIR.

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