Let's apply them to the Easter jihad mass murders in Sri Lanka shall we?
After all, we have to be consistent.
On Easter Sunday of 2019, Christians in Sri Lanka gathered to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Muslim suicide bombers from the terrorist group National Thowheeth Jama'ath saw this as an opportunity to kill as many Christians as possible, so they bombed St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo, St. Sebastian's Church in Negombo, and Zion Church in Batticaloa. In an effort to disrupt the island nation's tourist industry, jihadis also targeted three hotels.
In the past, we've been told not to associate terrorist attacks with the ideology of the terrorists. However, following the New Zealand mosque shootings, we saw leftists and Muslims using the attacks to smear anyone who has ever criticized Islam. Given the rule changes after the Christchurch Mosque Massacre, how should we respond to the church bombings in Sri Lanka? David Wood discusses the issue.