Have Muslim Apologists Nothing More to Offer?
by Raymond Ibrahim
Hudson New York
March 14, 2011
From Congressman Keith Ellison’s emotional breakdown to Congresswoman Jackie Speier’s accusations of “racism,” last week’s hearings on Muslim radicalization have made it clear that those who oppose the hearings have little of substance to offer. Still, the tactics used by such apologists—namely, appeals to emotionalism and accusations of racism—are influential enough that they need to be addressed and discredited once and for all. Continue reading Weeping and Other Hysterics