I don't have any problem with criticizing religion, as I said.He is challenging the religion's radical nature, which is not practiced by all Muslims, but which we have seen practiced to the tune of 9/11. It is just as important that radical Christian practices should be challenged. Criticising any belief system which has the potential for violence should be paramount in public discourse. Religion has been shielded by a false belief that it is not allowed to be challenged. Every area of discourse known to man should be challenged and criticized. Open and honest discussion is the only way to progress as a society.
No, my post was clear. You misread it which is fine since we all do that from time to time.And btw, I know nothing about you, so that first post of yours was very misleading.