In the course of an average day I get several emails from people who tell me they can’t comment. I am sorry for this, as it is a mysterious problem that seems to originate with TypeKey. And even I have had the experience of signing in and then getting the message that I need to sign in.
For that problem, however, I have discovered a fix: sign in, and then close the window. Open a new window and go back to the thread on which you signed in — you should then be able to comment.
And when you comment, please be courteous, back up your points with reason, avoid foul language and empty insults (including terms like “Muzzies”), and rather than calling for nuclear actions or genocide, work to come up with constructive and realistic solutions to the problems we face.
Comments continue to be unmoderated, so I can take no responsibility for them (although jihadists and their allies, unable to find anything in my own writings that they can hang me with, continue to quote comments as if I have made them). All are invited to comment: non-Muslim, Muslim, non-Buddhist, Buddhist, whatever. But let’s try to make it a productive or at least illuminating exchange, rather than simply a trading of raspberries.