Source: Foreign Policy in Focus

The bankrupt way the White House tells ‘bad Muslims’ from ‘good Muslims’

By Dina El-Rifai

The president recently returned from Saudi Arabia, where he gave his Muslim hosts a speech about the threats of “radical Islamist terrorism.” Because Trump steered slightly clear of his usual vitriol toward Muslims  some folks in the media credited Trump for not saying anything “overtly” Islamophobic. They seem to have missed the fact that Trump’s language, while perhaps less direct than what he says to crowds of his supporters in the United States, was still drenched in the demonization of Muslims. Read more here.



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