When I woke up, I was surprised to see that there was no Muslim terrorist attack in the news. That’s a relief. But on my way to work I heard about the car bomb planted either by the Islamic State or Turkish government agents, that killed 44 people and injured 170 in a Kurdish city in northern Syria, near the Turkish border.
The month isn’t over. Do you know how many terrorist attacks there were in July?
30? 60? 90? Try 165.
But it will surely hit 170 or 175 before the month is out.
I think we’ve got ourselves an Islam problem, folks.
Before you say I’ve got Islamophobia — look at that word: Islamophobia. "Fear of Islam." That’s the point of terror, isn’t it? And they’re trying 160 times a month to make you afraid.
The answer to Islamophobia is not Islamophilia — blind love for Islam, shutting up critics of Islam, on the laughable notion that our complaining about being killed is what’s getting us killed.
No, we’ve got a real problem. It’s been going on for 1,400 years.
But now we’ve invited it into the West.