There was a time in 2016 I was really worried about Islam and Muslims. This peaked in July 2016 see links below. I was scared that attacks like these would occur more often.
With Trump's victory, economic woes, and the pandemic have we forgotten about Islam and Muslims? The fact more religious people vote for Trump across race worries me that maybe we are being too casual towards Islam. That liberals have been quick to brand any liberal who dares speak against Islam as xenophobic, racist, islamophobic, bigot, and secret Trump supporter.
If Hillary won, I would have focused more on Islam. In 2016 I thought Hilary supporters were too dismissive of new atheists' worries about Islam. Are my fears founded? Could the Trump supporters have a valid point? In the name of solidarity against Trump have we forgotten these terrible events? Or I am just totally being an making this post?
I am tired of the same subjects talking to the same people. I considering making a series of posts criticizing Islam, but I am afraid I may accidentally go into hate speech territory. This is your chance to convince me not to make such posts or encourage How can I avoid hate speech while exposing Islam's flaws? Is focusing on hate crimes against Muslims a distraction or a legitimate rebuttal?
Have we underestimated Islam?