“The real question is not whether we should use the term “war” or not, but who is this war against. And that is what Obama and others have been struggling to articulate…. In the past we’ve heard that we are at war with “Radical Islam”, but “Radical Islam” is a concept, and you cannot go to war with a concept. You can go to war against a people or an entity and that is where Al-Qaeda comes in. President Obama was correct in stating that we are at war with Al Qaeda,” said Ahmed Rehab.
CAIR-Chicago Executive Director Ahmed Rehab joins Associate Professor of History Guity Nashat and former Assistant Attorney General of the United States Joe Morristo to comment on the impact of President Obama’s recent speech in Cairo addressing the Muslim majority world.
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