State Department condemnation of Pakistan terror attack leaves out the most important detail

We already know that the Obama administration refuses to utter the words “Islamic extremism” or “jihad” when terror is at issue.  But new words apparently have entered the forbidden zone: “Christians” must not be identified as the targets of jihadist violence, and “Easter” cannot be mentioned as the occasion of a targeted attack. The Blaze noticed: When the U.S. Department of State released a statement condemning the Pakistani Taliban faction’s Easter bombing in a Lahore park, it noticeably omitted the fact that Easter-celebrating Christians were specifically targeted. Oliver Darcy also noticed the missing words: .@StateDept statement on Pakistan bombing makes no mention Easter-celebrating Christians were deliberately targeted— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) March 27, 2016 The Obama administration simply refuses to acknowledge that Islamists are attempting to...(Read Full Post)