Originally posted Monk-Eye
To remain morally consistent with your elevated muslim endorsement and extreme humanistic validation through interpersonal skills, don't you mean to separate the behavior from the individual and the individual from the group, by stating that stupid and evil acts by certain christians should be exposed?
If muslims gain a political foothold, the pundits of civil liberty will be fighting for the political rights from multiple directions.
Aside from abortion and homosexuality, the christian political varacity has been filed, with exception might be charity and evangelizing.
Negative rights are equally protected.
Positive rights are not equally endowed.
An issue with muslims is that they do not show up for discussions of whether a god exits.
Such notions are written off literally as mortal dangers.