Mehdi Hasan from The Intercept writes about the terrorist attack that killed 49 Muslims in their places of worship in New Zealand. We must continue to fight hate in all forms and condemn tragedies like this happening in our country and abroad.
"Much of his rhetoric and references are borrowed from the political and media mainstream — especially here in the United States.
When I read his manifesto, I couldn’t help but think of high-profile American politicians, such as the president of the United States who said, “Islam hates us,” referred to “people coming out of mosques with hatred and death in their eyes and on their minds,” and compared a caravan of migrants to an “invasion.”"
Don’t Just Condemn the New Zealand Attacks — Politicians and Pundits Must Stop Their Anti-Muslim Rhetoric
At least 49 Muslims were killed in their mosques. It's time to end the appeals to Islamophobia from Trump, Cruz and many others.
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