Fox Host: To stop terror recruitment, we need a more "robust, manly" version of Christianity

"Outnumbered" hosts discussed the issue of peer-to-peer terror recruitment

By Joanna Rothkopf
Published April 21, 2015 8:10PM (EDT)
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On Tuesday's edition of Fox News' "Outnumbered," the hosts discussed the "growing issue" of terror recruiting in the United States, and what measures could be taken to prevent its spread.

Host Rachel Campos-Duffy opined, "We have an immigration and assimilation problem. Like, who are we actually inviting to our country? Do they embrace our culture? And what are we doing as a culture to help them assimilate and feel more a part of this and not have that separation that you're talking about."

"If there were groups of Catholic, young Catholic men going to Rome and joining a crusade that the media and our government and this administration would be having a very different conversation, not about this peer-to-peer thing but really the root cause," she continued. "What is it? It is reform in Islam and it's also Christianity needs to offer a more robust manly, not feminized version of Christianity."

Watch the clip below, courtesy of Media Matters:

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