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Right-Wing Extremists Attack America More Than Muslim Extremists: [] Fox News is the bastion of Muslim hate and fearmongering. Hosts like Sean Hannity, Bill O’Reilly, and Jeanine Pirro fan the flames of Muslim hate and hysteria and foster ignorance among its viewers. Anytime there is an attack or perceived threat of a Muslim attack, conservative media sounds the alarm. Right-wing, antigovernment attackers get little coverage.

The likes of Fox News are the worst at fomenting Muslim hate, but other network media outlets are also guilty.

“With non-Muslims, the media bends over backward to identify some psychological traits that may have pushed them over the edge,” said Abdul Cader Asmal, spokesman for Boston’s Muslim community. “Whereas if it’s a Muslim, the assumption is that they must have done it because of their religion.”

Conservative violent attacks on America have existed before the fear of Muslim attacks. The far-right Christian group Army of God has killed dozens of people over the last 20 years. Most of the violence are “lone wolf” attacks that are motivated by Christian, antigovernment ideologies.

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