Failing to do so is the ‘soft racism’ of lower expectations.
I’m busy having a present email exchange with a few people over the ADL’s inclusion of a Muslim on its regional board. Personally, I have a problem with allowing anyone (regardless of how pleasant the man but who promotes the myth of Islamophobia) who belongs to an ideology (Islam) that is presently seeking to squelch debate, to the point of stamping out all criticism of Islam, while key Islamic international organizations, like the OIC, denies the existence of Islamic anti-Semitism.
There are those who still believe in, even at the expense of common sense, of the lowering expectations for Muslims, regardless of the present day situation in the West vis-a-vis the OIC, and multiple Islamic “human rights” groups that are founded and run by operatives of the Muslim Brotherhood. This is total illogical thinking and grossly hypocritical, here are my parting words that were met with silence, or in other words, “crickets chirping”:
“”I doubt very seriously that…..if the head(s) of the WCC espoused the same views as the OIC’s Ihsanoglu, that “Christians cannot be anti-Semitic”, and was busily paving the way to suppress free speech in order to safeguard Christianity from any criticism while spearheading an agenda that puts “Chistianophobia on the same level with anti-Semitism……we would be having the conversation here about a Christian joining the ADL board who supports the WCC’s agenda.”