In just the latest episode of censorship in the prophets name, Muslim activist groups now want reporters to stop using the word "Islamist. "Islamist is an important and useful word it identifies the politically motivated Muslims who are intent on injecting sharia into Western law and culture, and distinguishes them from other followers of Islam.
There is no question that sharia is anathema to the American sense of individual liberty and civil rights, so actual Islamists must hide behind Muslims who have no interest in bringing Muslim Brotherhoodstyle regulations to America. Uninhibited discussions of the conditions in Western Europes sharia enclaves evoke instant rejection of similar arrangements here in the U.S. Thus, the conversation must be stripped of frank terms such as "Islamist. Those who seek to promote sharia are anxious to bypass debate on the matter on the way to cultural domination.
Advertisement If it can happen in London as it has it can happen anywhere in the civilized world. Caving to Islamist demands and criminalizing public debate as hate speech set the stage in Britain for Islamist vigilantes to accost Londoners who violate sharias rules on modesty, alcohol consumption, and homosexuality. Days ago, CNNs OutFront covered the most recent manifestations of Muslim gang tyranny in Britain, Denmark, and Spain. The feature also showed Islamist bands demanding that Britains sharia courts, now merely endowed with civil authority, expand to prosecute criminal actions, including "un-Islamic behavior in Muslim areas. (continue reading...)