COLORADO SPRINGS — M. Zuhdi Jasser said he is tired of being asked how American Muslims will vote this presidential election.
The Phoenix-based founder of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy said he doesn't believe there is such a thing as a Muslim voting bloc, or anything monolithic about Muslims in America.
Furthermore, Jasser said, almost seven years after the 9/11 attacks, Americans still don't understand they are not fighting a war on terrorism.
"Terrorism is a tactic. To call this a war against terrorism doesn't make sense," Jasser said Wednesday. "Muslim terrorists have a goal, and that is Islamic theocracy. "
It should be seen as a war against theocracy, Jasser said.