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The Heritage Foundation hosted a Benghazi panel on Monday that took a turn for the worse when a Muslim law student asked the panel a question about their portrayal of Islam as universally bad.
Their answers, detailed in Dana Milbank's column, quickly turned introduced a comparison to Nazi Germany.
In the video, he speaks first after American University law student Saba Ahmed asks the panel to address "how can we fight an ideological war with weapons," and questioned the panel's portrayal of Islam as inherently bad.
Gaffney, as he often does, makes a distinction between "moderate" and "bad" Muslims.
But then she added that the "peaceful majority were irrelevant" because, for instance, 19 Muslims were responsible for September 11th.
Gabriel went on to compare "peaceful" Muslims to Germans during the Nazi regime, saying that “most Germans were peaceful, yet the Nazis drove the agenda and as a result, 60 million died.” To suggest otherwise, she later added, was "political correctness" that should be "thrown in the garbage." We'll let Milbank give his (somewhat dramatic) account of the exchange: “Are you an American?
Gaffney is one of the architects of a conservative approach to national security that advocates for the profiling and surveillance of Muslim Americans.
Gaffney himself often takes a soft tone when responding to accusations that his ideas are bigoted or dangerous.
However, it is perhaps not so surprising when you know that two of the Foundation's panelists were Brigitte Gabriel of ACT!
for America, and Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy.
Gabriel is a prominent anti-Sharia activist who is a regular commentator on Fox News.
However, his argument includes the implication that the "moderate" Muslims would become radicalized if they were simply more devout to their own religion.
In other words, it's a complicated and subtle response, but it still does the thing that Ahmed's question criticizes: Gaffney's approach to combating terrorism involves the assumption that any follower of Islam is uniquely suspect. She claimed that of the 1.2 billion Muslims in the world, 180-to-300 million are "dedicated to the destruction of Western civilization," even though "of course" most Muslims are not radical.
” Gabriel demanded of Ahmed, after accusing her of taking “the limelight” and before informing her that her “political correctness” belongs “in the garbage.” “Where are the others speaking out? This drew an extended standing ovation from the nearly 150 people in the room, complete with cheers.