July 3, 2014

Muslims Care More About World Cup than ISIS

Ed Husain, Telegraph

The Associated Press

The Muslim world cares more about the World Cup than about the brutal so-called Caliphate. Al-Baghdadi does not represent Islam.

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TAGGED: Muslims, ISIS, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi

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