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In her "Off the Record" commentary tonight, Greta Van Susteren said it's a big mistake for President Obama, Hillary Clinton and others to refuse to say the words "radical Islam."

Greta explained that they think it's a good thing to do for moderate Muslim Americans, like the brave Muslims serving in the U.S. military.

"But it is not smart, fair and the right thing to do. It's political correctness fogging their thinking," Greta said, asserting that Obama, Clinton and others believe that to say the words "radical Islam" is to declare war on religion.

"It's not. It is specifically identifying the enemy, rogue people who want to kill us, kill you and kill me," Greta said. "People - radical Islamists - hell-bent on killing you can't hide under the cloak of religion, because that's ridiculous."

She said that making the distinction between radical Islam and the religion of Islam itself is very important to lawful, kind Muslims around the world.

"These Muslims don't want to be lumped in with the killers, as though they're one and the same," Greta said. "Moderate Muslims want and need that distinction. For them, President Obama and Secretary Clinton need to say it like it is: 'Radical Islam.'"

"It is our mutual enemy."

Watch Greta's "Off the Record" commentary above.

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