Death by Islamophobia


After the Iranian Revolution of 1980, the term "Islamophobia" "underwent a mutation that weaponized it." It continues to be more militant as it has "entered the global lexicon." Clearly, America and Canada are not

As Salman Rushdie writes in Joseph Anton, "a new word has been created to help the blind remain blind: Islamophobia. To criticize the militant stridency of this religion in its contemporary incarnation [is] to be a bigot."