Qureshi then asks the audience of Muslim attendees – black, white and Arab – to raise their hands if they agree with gender segregation and stoning women for adultery, as taught by the Koran.
Virtually every single ‘moderate’ Muslim in the room raises their hand to agree with these positions.
Qureshi then asks the audience if they go to “normal Sunni mosques in Norway.” Virtually everyone raises their hand in agreement once again.
The chillingly ironic thing is of course that in trying to argue that most Muslims are not ‘radical extremists’, Qureshi only proves the point that so-called “moderate” Muslims do in fact hold radical, violent and extreme views about the treatment of women and homosexuals.
If such views were espoused by extreme right-wingers, liberals would be up in arms, but because Muslims rank far higher in the ‘oppression olympics’ table, so-called “progressives” are frightened to criticize Islam for fear of being labeled politically incorrect or racist (despite the fact that Islam is not a race).
“There’s an expression for what you just saw: from the horse’s mouth,” writes Stephen Crowder. “Not the pig’s mouth, that’s racist…or Islamophobic. A group of admitted, mainstream, ‘moderate’ Sunni Muslims, who attend regular, average mosques, are totally cool with whatever punishment Allah says is the best punishment. Killing the gays? For sure. Stoning your woman for adultery? Totes cool. Her eyes probably lingered a bit too long on that Justin Beiber poster.”