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New York Times Op-Ed: Trump, Breitbart News Have 'Blood on Their Hands' in Christchurch
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Mar 15, 2019 7:19 PM 1+ week ago

New York Times Op-Ed: Trump, Breitbart News Have `Blood on Their Hands' in Christchurch

The New York Times published an op-ed Friday accusing President Donald Trump and Breitbart News, among others, of having "blood on their hands" in the terror attacks against two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, which killed 50 people.

Wajahat Ali, a "contributing opinion writer" for the Times, has appeared on CNN several times since the massacres in New Zealand, calling the president an "enabler and an ally" of the perpetrators.

In his op-ed, Ali goes further. The subtitle declares, "All those who have helped to spread the worldwide myth that Muslims are a threat have blood on their hands."

Upon learning about the massacre in Christchurch, a Muslim friend messaged me, "How will we keep our kids safe?"

I didn't have a good answer. But I know the threat we're facing isn't just individual terrorists. It's the global ideology of white nationalism and white supremacy. We have ...

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