Luther College professor and "nationally recognized expert on Islamophobia" Todd Green has been making the rounds to promote his book, Presumed Guilty: Why We Shouldn't Ask Muslims to Condemn Terrorism. Naturally, Georgetown University and its Saudi-funded anti-"Islamophobia" Bridge Initiative has welcomed him with open arms.
Campus Watch Fellow Andrew Harrod reports on Green's lecture there earlier this month, which consisted of inducing guilt in non-Muslims, while whitewashing the dangers of jihadism and Islamism. Harrod's article appears today at the American Spectator.
Green generalized that "one of our favorite past times is to single out Muslims after terrorist attacks and ask them to condemn violence they have had nothing to do with." He contrasted such behavior with numerous Muslim condemnations of terrorism, such as the website Muslims Condemn, and concluded flippantly that "reading Muslim condemnations of terrorism is pretty boring." He omitted that influential Islamist organizations like the Hamas-derived Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) have refused to denounce terrorists such as Hamas or have issued qualified denunciations of the Islamic State. Even many American Muslims remain concerned that Muslim leaders have refused to denounce extremism.
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