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Obama Sidesteps 'Radical Islam' in Quest for Alternative Explanations for Terrorism

Obama Sidesteps 'Radical Islam' in Quest for Alternative Explanations for Terrorism

By S.A. Miller | The Washington Times

President Obama defended his refusal to name “radical Islam” as a threat by saying he didn’t want to legitimize terrorist claims to a religious war, but critics say it is part of a pattern of denial and deception when the administration explains its dealings with the Muslim world.

The knee-jerk decision to redact references to Islam in the Orlando shooter transcripts was the latest attempt by the Obama administration to edit or hide information about Muslims or Islamic governments.

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