Cherson and Molschky 19 November 2013
By Rachel Molschky
Everyone wants their awareness month these days, and Islam is no exception. As of 2012, Britain has declared November Islamophobia Awareness Month. This comes on the heels of Canada’s Islamic History Month in October. Studying the history of Islam’s conquests, rapes, mass murders, terrorism in general and other violence is actually quite a good idea. If only that were the focus, rather than a "celebration” of the most violent religion on earth.
I suppose he should have asked permission, but their reaction shows volumes.
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