I was not familiar with the difference between "Islamist" and "Islam." My apologies.I’m not that stupid or prejudiced.
Read the tweet. she uses the word “Islamist” which to my understanding is used to reference radicalized moslem ideology for the establishment of Muslim theocratic states at the expense of any other religious faiths in the said nation. Which is also at the expense of Moslems that live in those nations that practice Islam in tolerant plurality with other faiths.
She nailed it
Islamism is not a form of the Muslim faith or an expression of Muslim piety; it is, rather, a political ideology that strives to derive legitimacy from Islam.www.washingtoninstitute.org