Let’s see. Two girls are dead in Texas, killed by their father for having non-Muslim boyfriends. And all over the world, there are Islamic leaders who are exhorting their followers to wage war against Christians, Jews, and other infidels in the name of Islam.
So what do we get on Law and Order? A Christian woman stoned to death for having a Muslim boyfriend. (Isn’t it funny how Christian fundamentalists on TV never seem to have read John 7:53-8:11?) Where has that ever happened in real life? Anywhere?
And we also see a fanatical Christian preacher raising up an army to wage war against Muslims: “He said that we are engaged in a great battle with Muslim infidels. God told him that the time would come when I would be a general in Christ’s Army.”
Where are these Christian armies? There are Islamic jihad armies around the world saying this sort of thing every day. But where are the Christian ones?
And the subtext of it all, of course, is that those who oppose the global jihad and Islamic supremacism are just another flavor of fanatic, not someone who actually cares about preserving Western (and other non-Muslim) culture and civilization, and safeguarding the equality of dignity and rights of all people. Nope. The two sides are completely equivalent and interchangeable.
(Thanks to Wallhacker for the tip.)