'Hate speech' (a legal invention to cover up islamic evil) often means a person (in most cases a non-muslim) who makes a statement considered discriminatory against a group (muslims).
However, 'muslims' obviously don't constitute a group - or do they?! And if they do, then isn't a derogatory remark from a muslim to an other muslim to be considered hate speech?
When a muslim says to a muslim terrorist who stabbed non-muslim Londoners while shouting "this is for Syria", that he isn't a muslim, this really proves this muslim saw the wannabe murderer as a muslim after all.
Klevius to the hashtag people: You're screwed! Making a "hero" of someone who don't follow the worst commands in the Koran is ill thought.
Klevius proposal: Openly admit the bottomless fault line between real sharia muslims and anti-sharia "muslims"!
Klevius wrote a year ago:
But I've got a muslim friend - don't generalize all muslims and all islam!Klevius answer:
Ask your muslim friend if s/he supports OIC and its Sharia against Human Rights!
At this point you really also need to re-check your
Then ask her/him why s/he is against Human Rights for all! That will force your friend to either abandon islam or reveal that s/he is an islamofascist (i.e. against the most basic of Universal Human Rights - remember that when the Koran mentions 'humans' it only means muslims) under the surface!