Muslim terrorists shouting “Allahu Akbar” and “We have avenged the Prophet Muhammad” just killed more than a dozen people in France. The Council on American-Islamic Relations responds by drawing attention to Anders Behring Breivik, who admitted that he doesn’t even really believe in God. Check out CAIR-Chicago’s last FIVE tweets:
Three things are odd about these tweets. First, there have been nearly 25,000 terrorist attacks committed in the name of Islam since 9-11. Is repeatedly pointing to the actions of one non-Muslim supposed to show that Islam isn’t violent? If Islam is really no more violent than other ideologies, shouldn’t CAIR be able to point to a hundred thousand terrorist attacks by non-Muslims? Second, by Breivik’s own words, he wasn’t a Christian at all. He said in his manifesto that he was going to claim to belong to an ideology that had the best chance of uniting Europeans and that he chose Christianity because Odinism wasn’t widespread enough. Here’s what he said:
Third, Breivik said in his manifesto that he selected terrorism as his method because he saw that it worked for Muslims! Here’s the proof:
So there you have it. CAIR attempts to offset nearly 25,000 Islamic terrorist attacks by pointing to a “Christian” who admits that he isn’t a Christian and who learned terrorism from Muslims.
Notice that CAIR just specifically called Breivik a Christian. Remember this the next time CAIR tells us not to call Muslim terrorists “Muslims”!