Hillary Clinton’s refusal to blame ‘radical Islam’ like refusing to blame Nazis in WWII
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said Sunday that Hillary Rodham Clinton’s refusal to agree that the United States is at war with radical Islam would be “like saying we were not at war with the Nazis because we were afraid to offend some Germans.”
“I don’t understand it,” Mr. Rubio said on ABC’s “This Week,” referring to the former secretary of state’s remarks during Saturday’s Democratic presidential candidates debate.
“That would be like saying we were not at war with Nazis because we were afraid to offend some Germans who may have been members of the Nazi Party but weren’t violent themselves,” said Mr. Rubio, who is seeking the Republican presidential nomination.
The Florida Republican said Middle East terrorist groups like Islamic State, which claimed responsibility for Friday’s terrorist attacks on Paris that left at least 129 dead, are motivated by their religious beliefs, not geopolitics.
“We are at war with radical Islam, with an interpretation of Islam by a significant number of people around the world who they believe now justifies them in killing those who don’t agree with their ideology,” he said.
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