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Amine_Lagwag36
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HoppoWoppo
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Is Islam's accusation of terrorism part of a conspiracy that has been rigged?

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Started: 5/30/2018 Category: Religion
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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Amine_Lagwag36

Con

The September 11 incident is a major tragedy for the American people, and Muslims have been accused of carrying out the attack, which has led to the rise of Islamophobia
This growth grew after a period of dimming the dawdish who considers himself the founder of the contemporary Islamic Caliphate. The world was surprised by the possibility of killing with all the savagery that no one has ever seen in public. This killing was considered a ritual of Satan worship.
The media was the main engine to accuse the Muslims of terrorism, so they washed people's minds and became repeating this word and they have no idea.
But the hard question is what is the goal of accusing Muslims of extremism
HoppoWoppo

Pro

I appreciate your views, I just think that you will struggle with the BoP in proving a conspiracy. Good Luck
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