Terrorism consultant Evan Kohlmann sat down with the hosts of MSNBC’s The Cycle to discuss the recent Muslim terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris and said we should be respecting the same people who many might say have no respect for the lives of others.
“I think we need to understand here, there has to be the ability for people to be critical of other religions… At the same time, we have to also respect Islam and we should not deliberately go out and poke our fingers in other people’s eyes, you know?” Kehlmann said. “Everyone should have the right to critique Islam, but at least we should do it with some sense of respect so that people don’t get the idea that this is Islamophobia, that it’s racism, that this is exactly the same kind of critique or analysis that we would apply to Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism or any other philosophy out there.”
One might ask: is there any identical critiquing of other religions?
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Here is a flashback video of Journalist Brigitte Gabriel countering this “respect” narrative and the peaceful Muslim narrative:
Another crucial video is from David Wood outlining the three stages of Jihad – that many are unaware of – based on what the Koran teaches.
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Political cartoonist David Pope shared his take on Muslim respect after terrorists slaughtered 12 people in Paris:
— David Pope (@davpope) January 7, 2015
h/t: Gateway Pundit
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