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Muslim Attorney Roasts Troll Who Says There's No 'Christian Version' Of ISIS

By Mark Pygas

Qasim Rashid, Esq. is an author and attorney who acts as a visiting fellow at Harvard University's Prince AlWaleed bin Talal School of Islamic Studies. He's also the national spokesperson for Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA, which was the first American-Muslim organization when it was founded in 1921.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community promotes secularism and categorically rejects terrorism in any form, working with American-Muslims to instead spread a message of peace and cooperation. 

Rashid recently received a message on Twitter from someone he described as a "white supremacist." In the message, the sender claims that there is no "Christian version of ISIS." A claim which Rashid quickly pulled apart...