The Southern Poverty Law Center's "Hate Tracker" flagged the word "Christmas" and associated it with hate and white supremacy.
Now for a quick round up. Based on my rather extensive research and analysis, I can report that Lutheran homicide-death squads have not stormed The Church of Christ. The Seventh Day Adventists have not launched carefully coordinated attacks with vehicle-borne IEDs against throngs of United Methodists. Jehovah's Witnesses have not placed powerful IEDs in the path of buses full of Episcopalian worshipers. Squads of masked Baptist gunmen have not rounded up mass numbers of Southern Methodists, marched them to pre-dug trenches, and opened fire. The numerous and various Judeo-Christian denominations have their differences. Those differences rarely, to the best of my knowledge, become lethal and kinetic in nature. These theological differences usually appear in the form of an article or column and typically last no longer than the mouse-click it takes to navigate to the next website. Nope, yet again, this Christmas, one of the holiest days in the Judeo-Christian faith, has been --- shall say – inconsequential.
Yet, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, and other such “watch dog” groups it’s Christmas Day that we must now guard against.
Ramadan 2017 with
“... a total of 3,343 casualties, including 1,704 injuries...is one of the bloodiest [Muslim] holy months in recent history.”
I took a quick look at social media. The only references to Ramadan made by SPLC were those in defense of this Islamic holy day. I didn't find one article or post condemning Islam's predictable annual global deathfest.