US,EU spearhead Islamic Bid to Criminallize Free Speech

Reader comment on: U.S., E.U. Spearhead Islamic Bid To Criminalize Free Speech

Submitted by Mas Udawan, Jan 18, 2012 18:39

What a firm believer Soeren Kern seems to be in applying double standards when dealing with two different religions: Anti-Semitism is and must be criminal act punishable under law while anti-Islamism should be allowed and protected in the name of freedom of speech. Doesn't he understand the implications of what he writes?

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