Muslim reformer M. Zuhdi Jasser called on President Donald Trump to fulfill his campaign pledge to form a commission on radical Islamic terrorism. This commission would enable the president to show his support for peaceful Muslims and prepare the U.S. to fight an ideological foe on the level of Soviet Communism.
"Thank God we have a president now in the White House who has understood what we need to do to finish the job with ISIS, but now people can't get complacent," Jasser, founder and president of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy (AIFD), told PJ Media at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Saturday. Jasser lamented the Obama administration's reticence to call a spade a spade and refer to "radical Islamic terrorism."
"We're done with the naming battle. Now that we know what the diagnosis is, what is the treatment?" the Muslim reformer said.