Here’s what the Obama Administration believes:
The Taliban aren’t terrorists.
ISIS—the Islamic State—isn’t Islamic.
America isn’t at war with radical Muslims, merely with “extremists.”
It’s hard to believe, but the Obama Administration is afraid to name our enemies.
This makes no sense.
The Muslim world knows the Taliban are terrorists. The Muslim world knows ISIS is Islamic.
It’s time for the truth. It’s time to level with the American people. At the ACLJ, we speak the truth. We name the enemy. Why can’t the President?
By refusing to name the enemy, you’re choosing weakness over strength. By refusing to name the enemy, you’re hiding the true threat from the American people. Speak the truth and name the enemy. Americans deserve the truth.
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