I’d like to discuss why some atheists, while being themselves critical of certain religious ideas, equate criticism of Islamic ideas (especially those that apply to non-Muslims) to irrational fear.

If you think Islamic ideas should be protected from critical examination, this protection should be applied to all religions as well, correct?

And if you agree that critical examination of ANY ideas is useful, the only thing that matters is validity of argumentation, not the person who presents criticism.

So I’d like to propose anyone valuing reason and facts to look into yourself and check if you have the same standards for someone else’s critical examination of Islamic ideas and your own criticism of any other religious ideas.

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