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The Paris Terrorist Attacks: Why We Are Not

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Posted by: tburger88 on Apr 18, 2017

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Want to help non-Muslim minorities being persecuted, raped, slaughtered like animals, forced into sexual slavery, etc.? Here are some links that point to charitable sites - not just in Syria and Iraq (i.e., where ISIS operates), but also throughout the Islamic world. Note: WE DO NOT VOUCH FOR ANY OF THESE ORGANIZATIONS. Do your own research and pick the ones you think look legitimate.

Rescue Christians:

Save the Children:

Open Doors:



Aid to the Church in Need:

As an author, T.C. often encounters interesting stories while doing research for his novels, and sometimes these wind up as a YouTube episode. T.C. is an award winning and critically acclaimed southern writer whose short fiction has appeared in Per Contra: The International Journal of the Arts, Literature and Ideas, in Story Quarterly and in Nature. His debut novel, Germline, and its sequel, Exogene are available worldwide and the final book of the trilogy, Chimera, was released in August 2012. In addition to being an author, T.C. is a PhD scientist, a Fulbright Fellow, and a Howard Hughes Biomedical Research Scholar.

We Are NOT Charlie Hebdo

Many of us are politically correct; if you openly criticize Islam, you might be called a bigot. You'll be ostracized by your liberal friends, you won't be invited to the good cocktail parties, and your chances of being seen an important cog in new york or london society will evaporate. You won't get tenure, book deals, or acceptance within literary circles. The list goes on. But using these things as an excuse not to speak up is cowardice. Criticizing a religion does not make you a bigot - not as long as you do it with intellectual honesty and respect. Drawing cartoons, lampooning or satirizing a religion doesn't make you a bigot; this is an ancient way of making valid intellectual arguments. But we don't do this; we fail to defend those of us who take such a stand.

That's why we're not Charlie. But we can change.

Editing/Graphics: Leonard McTear, Aiken, SC

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