But apparently Anjem Choudary will continue to.
I tweeted this in response to him yesterday
Yes it does & plenty Muslims would agree, even if they're insulted. This statement also helps no one. pic.twitter.com/gG8D9fpi4m
— Tauriq Moosa (@tauriqmoosa) January 7, 2015
Plenty of people are discussing opposing Islam, the radical aspects of its tenets and community – and of course ex-Muslims are not being referred to or included. Regardless, I thought I’d respond to Choudary’s view that, for some reason, USA Today decided to host on its platform. There’s something to be said about providing “both” sides of the debate and one of those is give it to someone who isn’t himself spouting bigotry and undermines a whole group of people. [Read more…]