Glenn Beck said Monday on The Glenn Beck Radio Program that he believes the real Islamic radicals today are the ones who dare to say, "It's time to stop."
"The Islamic radical is the one that says, 'Shariah law — we don't live by Shariah law. We don't treat women like that,'" Beck said. "The radical is the one who says, 'No, it's time for reformation. It's time to stop it. We don't have to be this way.'"
Beck's comments came in response to Friday's horrific terrorist attacks in Paris and in the wake of President Barack Obama's response to the events during a press conference at the G-20 Summit in Turkey Monday.
During the presser, the president renewed his insistence that the Islamic State "does not represent Islam" and that the "overwhelming majority" of its victims are Muslim.
"Mr. President, we get it," Beck said. "We know that most Muslims are not terrorists. We got it. We got that on Sept. 12. We understood that one in 2001."
Beck said that the president should be surrounding himself with people who know Islam "from the inside" and Muslim leaders like Zuhdi Jasser, who refutes the proposition that the Islamic State is not Islamic.
Beck went on to say that Shariah law "cannot co-exist" with the "higher law of man" or the U.S. Constitution. He said that any Muslim who believes that is a "radical."
"Any Muslim who says, 'We don't need Sharia law here' — you're a radical," Beck said.
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