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On "Hannity" tonight, Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) slammed President Obama and his administration for failing to say the words "radical Islamic terror" and acknowledge that extremism is becoming increasingly mainstream in the Middle East.

Peters noted that the Obama administration is accepting thousands of Syrian refugees into the U.S. despite many officials admitting that it will create significant security concerns.

He attributed Obama's stance on the refugees to the Democratic Party's endless attempts to "socially engineer a new America" and the fact that Obama comes from a far-left background.

Peters said that Obama and his administration believe the terrorists in the Middle East are oppressed and actually have a case, pointing to Secretary of State John Kerry's comments that there was a "rationale" for the Charlie Hebdo attacks.

"I’m waiting for this president to call up Eric Holder from retirement to lead a new movement – Jihadi Lives Matter," Peters said. "I mean, this guy clearly doesn’t get the fact that we’re not the problem. Islamic State, Al Qaeda, the jihadis, Islamic fundamentalism  - that is the problem."


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