All over the world, Muslim radicals have carried out barbaric terrorist atrocities. They publicly behead people in public squares and in front of television cameras chanting, "Allah Ackbar!!", they send their children dressed in bomb belts to kill "infidels" in the name of Jihad and Islam, they hijack four planes and crash two of them into skyscrapers, murdering more than 3,000 innocent people, and they commit terrorist attacks all over the world. Yet constantly, politicians in America and the Western World have repeated the line "Islam is a religion of peace." There have been attempts to appease the radicals and to try to not "offend" them, all of which was futile. Yet the question I have is: Why do we see the most active and deadly form of religious fanaticism just so happens to come from the Muslim faith? And why don't politicans say, "Buddhism is a religion of peace" [considering that Buddhists don't engage in violence one bit and really are peaceful]. Why is it said again and again about Islam? In all fairness, not all Muslims [and even not all practicing Muslims] are terrorists. But why is there a lot of silence from the Muslim world regarding radical Islam? In all fairness, there are some brave Muslims who courageously speak out against the terrorists. But that voice is quieter than the voice of the radicals. Look around today. In almost every Muslim country, women are treated as worse than cattle and non-Muslims are persecuted. Do you hear Coptic Christians for instance repeating that Islam is a religion of peace like our politicians do? Of course not. But another problem is, when it comes to Muslim terrorist acts, everybody and everything is blamed but the perpetrators. Israel is blamed America is blamed. People who draw Muhammad are blamed. The truth is that every religion is made fun of. But only Muslims react violently. Tune in, as I discuss the recent terror attacks and more.