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Muslims say; religious freedom for me, but not for thee.

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Gnostic Christian Bishop, Feb 27, 2017.

  1. Gnostic Christian Bishop

    Gnostic Christian Bishop Well-Known Member

    Sep 24, 2013
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    Muslims say; religious freedom for me, but not for thee.

    The Golden Rule and other reciprocity sayings indicate that what we grant ourselves or some others should also be granted to everyone. This would include the right to critique religions and governments.

    Islam and it’s Muslim adherents are quite vocal in denigrating other religions and political system, yet say that others who denigrate Islam and Sharia should be penalized in various ways, --- even unto death.

    Where I come from, reciprocity is fair play and all players in a game play by the same rules. Islam and Muslims wants to win the God wars by having different restrictive rules for their interlocutors.

    Should we respect and tolerate a religion that denies us the rights and play by the same rules that they enjoy?

    If yes, please tell me why we should respect such a religion.


    Last edited: Feb 27, 2017

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