Cherson & Molschky: Condemning the ‘Islamic State’ Does Not Make it ‘Un-Islamic’

ISIS has grown powerful and popular within many factions of the Muslim community, and our politicians and media cannot deny the acts of pure savagery from the terror group. What they can and do deny however, is that the brutality we are seeing from the “Islamic State” is influenced by Islam.

To admit that the history of the Islamic conquests and the many verses of violence in the Quran exemplify the true nature of Islam, currently on display by ISIS, is to admit that the millions of Muslim immigrants in our countries today are following not the “religion of peace” but the religion of hatred, terror, rape, death and destruction. Somehow that does not fit the politically correct narrative of the multiculturalists and leftists who count on the immigrant vote in order to maintain power — for now…

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