“A mantra repeated again and again is about the minority of jihadists and the majority of peace-loving Moslems. A recent National Review Online article challenges that. The author uses statistics to prove that assertion wrong. It is wrong and anyone, who just refused to hear-no-evil and see-no-evil, knows it.
The “good Moslem,” the peace-loving Moslem, is more upset with Donald Trump for saying Muslims can’t visit the United States than he is over the murdering of the people in San Bernadino. In this sense, the “good Moslems” should not focus on whether new Muslims can pass through the borders of the United States, but on the frightening behavior of their fellow adherents to Muslim doctrine. People in their right mind can see the contrast, the greater offense with societal shunning than the terrorism of their co-belligerents.
What you read right now is that Moslems all over the world are upset that Trump doesn’t want to let them come to the United States. Is anyone surprised that Moslems are upset about someone opposing Moslems? Really? What about the following headline? Moslems are upset they can’t come in, so we let them, and one of them blows up a thousand people! Will Moslems all over the world be opposing that? Will Moslem opposition even be a headline? Not at all. Let’s get some perspective here. The media is manipulating this because of their twisted worldview, to oppose Donald Trump for their preferred leftist candidate, and to create controversy.
Again, it’s not that I don’t want to live with Muslims. I would want them all around me so I could preach the gospel to them, but you’ve probably read at this point that the targets in San Bernadino were people like me, who might refute Islam. If you go to Syria or Iran or Iraq, you would expect to be killed for preaching the gospel. There is a place called the United States where the practice of preaching against false doctrine is still not to be threatened.” http://kentbrandenburg.blogspot.com.au/