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Manchester is another example of Islamic terrorism, and we need to call it what it is: Evil

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Allie Stuckey in this "Millennial Moment" called out moral relativists for refusing to acknowledge that evil exists, even in the wake of terrorist attacks.

A suicide bomber killed 22 and injured over 50 at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England Monday night. The bomber was an Islamic terrorist, but the media is not talking about that.

Because we live in a "post-truth society" of "moral ambiguity," there's no right or wrong, Allie said. We're encouraged to do what we want to do. She wanted to know where Islamic terrorism fits into that philosophy.

"You can't have light without darkness," Allie said, pointing out that since evil clearly exists, so does good. And good needs to push back against evil: "You can't defeat an enemy you won't even admit is there."

To see more from Allie, visit her channel on TheBlaze.

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