In light of all the drama occurring with ISIS, businesses hanging "no Muslims" signs, politicians trying to close mosques, and Trump saying they should have to register, the university in my home town held Muslim Awarness Day. (Article found here.) It was essentially an open forum, inviting people to learn more about Muslims and ask questions to figure out the true beliefs of Muslims, not just the hate filling the media right now. And I'm pretty sickened by the Facebook comments. Read the comments for yourself here. So many people are demanding a Christian Awareness Day, others are saying they know enough about Muslims (implying their knowledge of ISIS), and even some are claiming it's the work of liberals wasting people's money (though I don't see how that has anything to do with anything). Granted, some of the people were trolling, and it's clear who those people are. But most of them also seem completely serious. And I'm truly baffled. So I wanted to bring this to the bright minds here on WF and get your take on it. Is there really anything wrong with having an awareness day for a culture that's been so misrepresented recently? Do Christians also deserve an awareness day, or are these just the requests of entitled, privileged white people looking for a way to assert their dominance? Could this be joined in with the "I'm Offended!" thread where everyone everywhere seems to get offended by the slightest things? Discuss. Kindly, please.