Another day, another muslim terror attack. Is the #PrayFor_ hashtag the same as #BewareOfMuslimsIn_?
San Bernadino, Orlando gay nightclub, Sydney, Brussels, Batacalan, Paris, Nice, and the German train today - every successive muslim terror attack has Twitter exploding with these meaningless 'symbols of solidarity' which neither reverse the carnage nor prevent the next attack.
Has the abject fear of being labelled 'Islamophobe' prevent people from speaking about the single factor that links all the attacks and all the attackers - Islam?
Is the fact that most of the attackers are described by their own families as 'not religious' mean that the next muslim terrorist won't look like one?
I've brought up to others that the Pray for Paris hashtag didn't even prevent the need for Pray for Nice hashtag.
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