The thugs of the Muslim Students Association can’t answer him, so they tried to silence him. This time, they failed.
The Muslim Students Association, by the way, was named as an allied group of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Brotherhood internal document that explained the Brothers’ mission in the United States as a “grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and God’s religion is made victorious over all other religions.”
None of that, of course, makes the Philadelphia Inquirer. Nor does the Inquirer note that Wilders is “anti-Islamic” essentially for quoting the Koran and showing how Islamic jihadists use it to justify violence and supremacism.
“Temple allows Dutch speaker with anti-Islamic views,” by Robert Moran for the Philadelphia Inquirer, October 20 (thanks to James):
A controversial Dutch politician with anti-Islamic views will be allowed to speak at Temple University this evening despite calls by Muslims that he be prevented from giving an address on campus.
Geert Wilders, a member of the Dutch parliament, has called for a halt to the immigration of Muslims to the Netherlands and a ban on the Quran.
On Friday, he was allowed to visit Britain after a court ruled that a government prohibition against his presence was unjust. He called the court ruling “a victory for the freedom of speech.”
During his British visit, according to multiple news accounts, Islamists protested outside where Wilders spoke, holding placards that read: “Islam Will Dominate the World” and “Sharia for the Netherlands.” They also chanted, “Free speech go to hell.”…
“Temple University is a community of scholars in which freedom of inquiry and freedom of expression are valued,” the university said in a statement yesterday. “We respect the right of our student organizations to invite people who express a wide variety of views and ideas.”
The Muslim Students Association asked the university to reject his visit. “The Muslim population at Temple feels attacked, threatened, and ultimately unsafe that Mr. Wilders has been invited to voice his hate-driven opinions,” the association said….