The issue is not whether you can claim technical correctness in some marginal way, the issue is whether your perspective involves severe misapplication. The concrete issue with that is your lack of appreciation for the particular experience various Europeans majority Muslim communities. I have also already told you why that is. To put it very bluntly: You are underappreciating the issues regarding class and nationality relevant to said communities because they are less relevant to the dialogue in your country. I can already hear your "buts"... So let me preemptively interrupt you: Yes, many of those things are true in theory but somewhere between those things and spanning a grandious arc of "theory" between the Pakistani British and the Kurdish Germans you begin to sound like Hillary Clinton does when she's allowed to talk about African Americans for too long in one go. No. I do it because it's funny, and because we among ourselves have some significant concerned dialogue about relevant terminology. We find the terms you guys would use in our place highly problematic, at best. Well, and also because a bunch of the charges tied to the term are pretty fair. It's not exactly super rare for Kartoffels to refer to themselves as such for that reason. The latter one. Not to discredit the work ethics of Turkish Germans, but rather to lament their lackluster access to time machines: The commonly accepted core of the postwar rebuilding period wasn't in the '70s. I think you have just implicitly slighted a whole bunch of people, too. Erm... there still is a major country with a crusader flag, you appreciate that? Maybe they could change the flag to curb Islamophobia. The Islamophobes there seem to be quite keen to use the flag to make their point. So maybe it'd work. Anyway, in summary... ... we need plane tickets for Lexicus and ITSD and Cloud. So they can come over here. And talk to some Kurdish Germans, Turkish Germans, Tatar Germans, Albanian Germans, Bosnian Germans and some others. So Lexicus and ITSD and Cloud can tell them about their grand theory on Islamophobia... ...and how supposedly they are "racialised". ...and how supposedly they are "persons of color". ...and how supposedly they are "non-white". ...and how supposedly they are "not Europeans". ...and how supposedly they are "from Asia". ...and how supposedly most of them are "broadly Arab". Oh, don't get yourself into some huge work on my account. I mean, you can if you want to. Do the blue folks have concrete examples of supposed public radio bias that they go on and on and on about? Or is it just some diffuse "Hmm... we don't like this... it feels too nice, almost as if everybody deserves consideration. That's soft and we don't like it." That's rather similar to the Schulz fans' playbook from '17. There was extensive memage to that effect too. Mega: Make Europe Great Again. It worked... for about three weeks. Then people remembered how distant the ideal was from the reality of the SPD. And, well, you know the rest of the story... Hmm... good thing Bavarians are not that good with languages. If they learn Danish we're both in trouble.