Friday, July 22, 2011

Why It Wasn't Unreasonable to Suspect Muslim Terrorism in Norway

In light of the fact that the man responsible for two heinous acts of terrorism which have thus far resulted in the deaths of 87 people is a native born, non-Muslim Norwegian, John Tabin asks if large segments of media (including bloggers like him and me) were wrong to speculate that this was an act of Islamic radicals.

For his part, Tabin plans to answer that question in depth at a later date. So allow me to give my thoughts. I would like to make the case that it was not at all unreasonable to speculate that Muslims were involved in this attack.

To read the rest of this post, please check out The American Spectator.

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