Name That Religion

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: not all Muslims are terrorists, but almost all terrorists are Muslims. Exhibit A:

100% of the World’s Most Dangerous Terrorists Happen to be Muslim:

FBI Most Wanted Terrorists (Via ROP)

Yet, top Islamic leader Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu just called on the global community this week to stop linking Islam to terror.
Reuters reported, via LGF:

The world’s top diplomat for Islam called on Friday for an end to what he termed efforts to equate the religion with terrorism and said the ‘demonization’ of Muslims around the world must be fought.

But speaking soon after the U.N. General Assembly passed an Islamic-sponsored resolution condemning “defamation of religion” for the fourth year in a row, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu said his group was committed to respecting freedom of expression.

There was a “rising tide of incitement to religious hatred and discrimination and intolerance targeting Muslims,” he told a meeting called by the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) at the United Nations in Geneva. The 57-nation OIC, based in Saudi Arabia, represents 1.5 billion Muslims.

Attempts to equate Islam with terrorism should be stopped. Stereotyping and demonization of Muslims should be combated,” said Ihsanoglu, a Turkish history professor who became OIC Secretary-General in 2005.

So, tell me again why it’s a bad idea to start profiling Muslims, monitoring mosques, and generally paying more attention to Muslims and their activities…?

There’s my two cents.

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