Jul 16 2017
SHARIA-COMPLIANT AP thought police ban use of words including “Islamist,” “Refugee,” “Migrant,” and “Terrorist”
How long before they ban all Muslim names, religion, ethnicity, and nationality when identifying terrorists?
The 2017 edition of the stylebook directs writers to avoid words like “pro-life,” “migrant,” “refugee,” “Islamist” and “terrorist.”
The AP Stylebook, published by The Associated Press, is intended to provide universal guidelines for journalists when it comes to stylistic things like punctuation, capitalization and using certain words over others.
Rachel Alexander, an opinion contributor for The Hill, said on “Fox & Friends” this morning that this is an attempt to promote language that liberals tend to favor.