What a bunch of clueless, commie, Moonbats!
There are those who see any criticism of Muslim fundamentalists as racist, and therefore to be opposed. Others, like Women Against Fundamentalism, while fighting against the racialization of Islam, see as both racist and sexist the reification of Black communities as separate 'others' in whose internal conflicts and political struggles ...Racialized Boundaries: race, nation, gender, colour and class and the Anti-Racist Struggle - Page 109 - Floya Anthias, Nira Yuval-Davis, Harriet Cain - 1993 - 240 pages
Europeans criticize Muslim intolerance of other (non-Muslim) points of view - basic liberties and natural freedoms - and for their justifying violence and terrorism in defending Islam against its enemies. Meanwhile, Muslim apologists condemn the West in general...Europe and Its Muslim Minorities: Aspects of Conflict, Attempts at Accord - Page 53 - Amikam Nachmani - Sussex Academic Press, Feb 1, 2010 - 246 pages
There are those who complain that it is practically impossible to criticize Muslim immigrants, not even the militant political Islamists among them who occasionally resort to extremism. It is "logically absurd and morally unacceptable", they argue, that writers who speak out against militant Islam are immediately branded racist:
As soon as a writer expresses an opinion against Islamism, immediately someone on the left leaps to his feet and claims that because the majority of Muslims are dark-skinned, he who criticises it is racist. This is logically absurd and morally unacceptable. Martin [Amis] is not a racist.