White House Cautions Against Calling OSU Attack Radical Islam

A day after the Islamic State claimed responsibility for Monday’s terror attack in Ohio, the Obama administration warned against blaming Muslims after an ISIS agent in Ohio attacked innocent students with a “machete” and refused (video below) to call the police officer responsible for stopping the attack!! 

As the official news agency of the Islamic State labeled the Ohio State student who smashed his car into a crowd and then slashed at people with a butcher knife a “soldier,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest lectured reporters,

“Our response to this situation matters. If we respond to this situation by casting aspersions on millions of people that adhere to a particular religion or if we increase our suspicion of people who practice a particular religion, we are more likely going to contribute to acts of violence than we are to prevent them.”

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The attack in Ohio occurred a few short weeks after the Islamic state issued instructions to it’s Muslim followers to carry out attacks using knives and vehicles. Monday’s attack occurred when the ISIS agent attack a group of students, first with his vehicle, and then with a large “machete” type knife.

C’mon folks, this isn’t complicated and is an absolute disgrace. A Mus…

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