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Can the Islamic Faith Tolerate Criticism?

Davole Wrote: Sep 26, 2012 11:10 AM
If the film depicts “the prophet Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a madman in an overtly mocking way,” what is truly factually wrong with that depiction? Why is that film nowhere to be seen on American TV and the internet? Why won't Barack Obama invite Congress to discuss whether islam is a terrorist religion, and one which is a definite threat to the US? Why won't Hillarity Clinton release all correspondence which the sodomized and murdered American ambassador in Libya Chris Stevens has had with the Obama administration?
The violent response to an anti-Muslim movie has cast the subject of religious tolerance into the limelight. Is Islam a religion that can tolerate criticism? Can Muslims bear up gracefully when their religion is insulted? As I wrote last week, when it comes to Islam as practiced and understood in much of the Middle East, the short answer to these questions appears to be "no."

As Pastor Brian Lee points out in his article "Freedom of Religion Requires Freedom to Offend," to be a person of faith in America means being a person who is prepared to...