Thursday, 3 September 2015

Look at this bizarre BBC segment on "Radicals". It shows a woman whose "radicalness" consists of a wish to display Mohammed cartoons to indicate her support for free speech. She is involved in ShariaWatch. We then see a Muslim who thinks apostates - Muslims who abandon their faith - should be killed. He is also against homosexuality though it is not specified whether he thinks homosexuals should be killed. Presumably so. According to the BBC, these people are equally "radical": showing cartoons is somehow the moral equivalent of killing people.


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