Tennessee Candidate Asks If Islam Is Cult

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Tennessee Candidate Asks If Islam Is Cult

At an event earlier this month, Tennessee gubernatorial candidate Ron Ramsey questioned whether Islam was a religion or a cult, drawing criticism from Muslim leaders. What do you think?

  • "There's no such thing as a stupid question, unless you're a gubernatorial candidate and you ask whether Islam is a cult."

    Alex Smerdyakov
    Unemployed
  • "He must have chosen that time to ask because the crowd contained so many scholars of Islam."

    Hans Schultz
    Bricklayer
  • "What an absolutely horrible thing to say out loud."

    Lexie Brock
    Property Manager
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