It would seem a no-brainer then, that radical Islam is the number one security threat the world over, unless of course you’re a Toronto Star columnist.
According to legal analyst Azeezah Kanji’s recent column, white supremacy is a far more dire threat than radical Islam.
In “Quit comparing neo-Nazis to Daesh”, Kanji nonsensically argues that alt-right groups are more dangerous than ISIS because white supremacist groups such as the KKK have been around for more than 150 years whereas ISIS has only been around for a few.
Watch as I share his arguments and offer my rebuttals.
While it’s true that a minority of Muslims are militant terrorists, consider that the world Muslim population is roughly 1.6 billion, and the majority do hold illiberal views at best (as confirmed in Google Pew Research Center’s 2018 “World Muslims” survey.)
Just one sobering statistic alone from that poll tells us that 70 per cent of Muslims worldwide favour intolerant sharia law.
Seeing such an article makes you wonder, what’s worse:
Islamists committing acts of terror, or those living in western democracies who act as apologists for the thugs who want to destroy them?