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Donald Trump's Plan For Combatting Islamophobia Is Totally Islamophobic

When a Muslim voter asked Donald Trump Sunday night what he would do to combat Islamophobia, the Republican presidential nominee suggested that the onus is on Muslims to report each other for suspicious activity. In Trump’s telling, the Islamophobia problem that needs to be fixed isn’t the rise in violent attacks against random individuals perceived to be Muslim. It’s the Muslim community’s own failure to thwart terror attacks by the minuscule percentage of Muslims who carry them out.
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