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NY Times Says Phrase ‘Radical Islam’ Is ‘Offensive…Has Taken on Darker Connotations’

On the front of Friday’s New York Times, reporter Damien Cave profiled the city victimized by an Islamic terrorist hrough the eyes of a Muslim trauma doctor who helped treat the victims: “Orlando United: American City of Many Flags.” Cave’s reporting is notoriously hypersensitive to alleged racism on the part of Republicans, so it’s no surprise that he allowed his heroic Muslim doctor subject to attack both Donald Trump and American intolerance

  • Ed

    If the New York Times was a car it would be and Edsel. And bought by as many people.

  • marty_p

    The politically correct and the left are at a loss to call it what it is. Life was so much easier when they only had to figure out creative ways to bash Israel and Jews.

  • Alain

    Unlike good wine, the NYT, that old communist whore, does not improve with age.

  • WalterBannon

    The NYT is evil…

  • Ego

    Calling the NY Times a news source is offensive (to those expecting fair coverage) and has taken on darker connotations.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    … New York Times, “reporter” (and douche bag) Damien Cave …

  • memphis

    Call it what it is ISLAM if you can’t name it you can’t fight it

  • memphis

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  • Walt

    The phrase ‘radical islam’ needs to be replaced with ‘literal islam’

  • Walt

    Why the Term “Moderate Muslim” is an Oxymoron:

    And, most importantly:
    Should Islam Be Classified as a Religion?

  • Hard Little Machine

    Stuff a few of the Times staffers heads on pikes as a warning to the others. Tom Friedman would be a good start.