The second video in my Misuse of Words series. This one is a little bit less technical and more philosophical, but it's a topic that tends to not really have a concrete answer, or at least not one that everyone can agree on. I think one thing that we can all agree on is that Islam is not a freaking race, and we should stop acting like criticizing Islamic tenets is tantamount to racism.
We don't have to say that every little bit of criticism is racist, and we don't have to say that every single Muslim is a terrorist and should all be deported. There's a middle ground in there somewhere, and I'm sure we could find it if we looked.
No-go-zones in France a hotbed for terrorism:
Second generation terrorists:
Unfortunately, Islam does have a lot of violent passages within the Quran. Among the many selections are passages forbidding criticism of Islam:
The dangerous moves to restrict criticism of Islam:
M-103 passes even as most Canadians say they would vote against it:
For clarity, M-103 is not a bill, nor a law against criticizing Islam, but it still sets a dangerous precedent: