b) The overwhelming majority of Muslim terrorists possess physical features that differ from those of European descent, including a darker skin color.
c) The dictionary is what defines words in the English language, whether it fits your agenda or not. What defines "racism", and always has defined racism, are a set of specific characteristics including hatred of a person or persons based on their race, a belief that different races are inherently inferior or superior to others, and discriminating or treating people differently than others based upon their race. Neither a person or a statement can be labeled "racist" without at least one of those characteristics being present.
When people like yourself label a person or their words "racist", you do so with the specific intention of designating it, or them, as possessing the very same racial hatred and/or intolerance as described in that dictionary definition. You label that person or their words as being based on racial hatred.
What I want to know is how you or anyone else in good conscience can label someone with that dictionary definition of racial hatred and intolerance, when nothing they have said or done even matches the definition to begin with?
If I'm in a room full of predominantly black people, and they talk about the KKK, slavery or the fact that nearly all of America's serial killers are white, I would probably feel pretty uncomfortable and who knows, maybe even somewhat offended... but unless their words were based on hatred of white people, or an attempt to condemn all white people as killers and oppressors, I would not slap the "racist" label on those people or their words. Just because the stating of certain facts publicly can be racially uncomfortable to some, doesn't make them, or their words racist.
That doesn't mean in this case, that what she said was perfectly acceptable. I think her words were poorly chosen and what you would call "racially insensitive". I bet she wished she could have taken them back the second she said them. Either way, what she said had nothing to do with hatred or intolerance, therefore simply wasn't racist
She never said that... Like the truth makes any difference to you...A certain skin color = good guys. What color were the Muslims who killed those people at Charlie Hebdo by the way?