Term ‘Terrorism’ Uniquely Set for Muslims, Arab Nations

The latest trend shows that the term “terrorism” is frequently used in a propagandistic way. People with Arab names are more likely to be labelled as “terrorists” than those of European origin, even if the crimes committed are similar.

 

Earlier this week Dylann Roof, the 21-year-old shooter in South Carolina who gunned down 9 black church goers in Charleston, was charged with murder, attempted murder and use of fire arm.

The question that arises here is why his actions which were clearly aimed at intimidating and terrorizing the population, were considered a hate crime, and not an act of terrorism.

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