And the violence against Muslims begins (again)…

The stabbing of the cab driver because he is Muslim should be disturbing to us but based on what I am reading online, many people are just brushing this off. Others are going back to 911, the WTC bombing, etc. Look, we responded to the attackers of 911. In America, we are not supposed to take out our frustration on individuals in the street. Some are saying this isn’t a hate crime. Based on what we know so far, it is. Furthermore, we’re seeing from other videos that people who are thought to be Muslim are coming close to being attacked. Whether you agree with the mosque or not, you should agree that in this country, we should be able to find better ways to express our discontent. This taxidriver has lived here for over 25 years and said he never felt this insecure. We are doing something wrong in America right now. We don’t even have to worry about what the terrorists will do. We’re too busy figthing each other.

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One Response to “And the violence against Muslims begins (again)…”

  1. Natassia Says:

    “This taxidriver has lived here for over 25 years and said he never felt this insecure.”

    Some people might consider that to be a good thing since honor killings (and secret surgeries to have hymens replaced) in our country and other Western countries (like Canada) have been on the rise as more and more Muslims immigrate here.

    Perhaps it is not a bad thing that the global Islamic community senses a growing hostility towards Islam in America. Perhaps then they will be less inclined to immigrate here, leaving their culture and belief system where it belongs: in Islamic countries.

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