Indeed they have. The idea that opposing jihad mass murder and Sharia oppression of women, non-Muslims and others would be stigmatized and marginalized to the degree that it is today is breathtaking. Most people now take for granted that any negative statement regarding Islam, even criticism of jihad terrorists, is “Islamophobic” and to be shunned and silenced. And so the advancing jihad is essentially unopposed; most people are afraid to say a word. And the social media giants are steadily choking off all criticism of Islam; even MasterCard and Discover have now begun denying their services to those who dare to violate Sharia blasphemy laws.
I wrote about this phenomenon at length in my book Confessions of an Islamophobe.
Note the reference to the Canadian government’s persecution of Jihad Watch writer Christine Douglass-Williams for daring to oppose jihad terror, toward the end of this piece.