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Don't expect the battle to be easy

Submitted by kalpak dabir, Apr 26, 2015 05:49

How many heretics were burnt at stake not so long ago? The Ku Klux Klan is still alive. The battle against Islam isn't going to be any easier.


Universities are Lazy and Biased

Submitted by DrJLD, Apr 22, 2015 22:58

"The urge to excise any sort of negative energy, thought, or feeling in and out of classrooms on campuses is widely and appallingly documented."

Except for Muslims who are allowed to attack other students, shout them down, close down events, and to freely spread their evil messages without allowing others to debate them.

Universities and lower schools who do this are advancing radical Islamic propaganda at the expense of the freedom of speech of other students..

Universities are places for debate, but have succombed to the easier tactic of silencing people they do not like.

It's cowardly, cruel, biased, and shows a complete disdain for the purposes of universities and for rights of ALL students


Sad day when progressives enforce Islam's Sharia law

Submitted by Bob Smiith, Apr 19, 2015 10:58

It is the obligation of all Muslims to implement Sharia law.

Sharia law does not allow any criticism of Islam.

The attempts to shut off discussion of Islam is nothing more than attempts to enforce Sharia law.

American liberals and progressives would better serve their own agendas by reading the Koran. Unless of course they all want a little FGM and burka for their girls.


Criticizing "radical Islam"???

Submitted by Carl, Apr 19, 2015 00:42

WHAT'S THIS? "enabling Islamophobia," a contrived term used by radical Islamist groups, as Nomani noted in a January Washington Post column, to intimidate people out of discussing or criticizing radical Islam."

NO! It was to intimidate people out of discussing or criticizing Islam -- standard Islam!


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