Wait…. What? They’re being critical of the guy who won’t even say Islamic Terrorists?
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As the White House prepares to host a three-day summit next week on countering violent extremism, many high-profile Muslim and religious groups argue that the administration’s efforts have unfairly singled out Muslims and the Islamic faith.
In the days leading up to the summit, Muslim Advocates said it has “serious concerns about the government’s track record of treating extremist violence as though it were an exclusively Muslim problem.” The prominent civil rights and legal advocacy group, which will be represented at the White House event, said the government’s efforts on extremism send “a dangerous signal to members of the public that their Muslim neighbors are a threat.”
The Summit on Countering Violent Extremism, which has been in the works since last fall, will begin on Feb. 17. The White House press release last month said the summit would focus on “domestic and international efforts to prevent violent extremists and their supporters from radicalizing, recruiting, or inspiring individuals or groups in the United States and abroad to commit acts of violence.” The statement pointed to recent attacks by radicalized Muslims in Ottawa, Sydney and Paris.