Monday, May 10, 2010

Former Muslims United interview with Jay Sekulow

Jay Sekulow of the ACLJ interviews Nonie Darwish and Amil Imani of Former Muslims United.



Erik Hellsborn said...

Here is a couple of clips you may find interesting. Swedish artist Lars Vilks get assaulted by muslim thugs for insulting their prophet.

Erik Hellsborn said...

Longer clip with english subs.

Damien said...


Jay Sekulow Does a pretty good Job with the interviews, but he will be playing right into the hands of Organization of the Islamic Conference if he tries to argue against the resolution condemning the "Defamation of Religions" based solely or primarily on the fact that it will prevent Christians from being able to proselytize. Yes, devout Christians like anyone of any other faith have a right to talk about and try to spread their faith through peacefully means, so long as they do so not at the tax payer's expense. However, complaining that the resolution will prevent Christians from being able to preach the gospel will only appeal to Christians and it won't appeal to Christians who aren't much into trying to spread their faith. He'll also risk making it look like that is the only thing that this is about, when in reality its about far more than just that. The resolution put forth by the OIC is an attempt to criminalize all criticism of Islam, not just Christians Converting Muslims. Which would mean that human rights activists could be arrested for saying something the Saudis or the Iranians don't like, that won't even be trying to convert anyone. This a freedom of speech issue. If Jay Sekulow chooses to use the right of Christians to preach the gospel as his primary argument, members of OIC maybe able to use him to make it look like that's the only thing opposition to this dreadful resolution is based on. When really, its about human liberty, especially freedom of speech.

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