Videos of Timothy McVeigh are shown at state-sponsored event to show that Islamic Terrorism is a not a religious problem.
Dateline Thursday, February 26, 2015 – Portland Oregon: At an event held last Thursday at the Portland State University Multicultural Center, Islamic Terrorism was discussed (although it was never called that.) In this Part I highlights reel, Harris Zafar the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Faith Outreach Coordinator states:
“There is this claim that radicalization is a Muslim problem. Some people say that radicalization is done by Muslims, exclusively by Muslims, but history doesn’t necessarily paint that picture.”
We are read verses from “the Holy Koran” by an Imam.
“Oh Ye who believe, obey Allah, and obey his messenger,” says the Holy man at the State University sponsored event. He continues: “And if you differ in anything among yourself, defer it to Allah and his messenger.”
We are then shown videos where 90% of the violence is committed by White right wing groups. “Knowing that it’s not Islam, then how do we talk about the problem?,” Asks Zafar.