Will criticizing Islam someday be banned in the US?
It is in West Australia.
6/23/13 http://realpolitikasia.blogspot.com.au/2013/06/wes... "Unlocking Doors: Muslim communities and police tackling racial and religious discrimination together"
WA Police Commissioner Karl O'Callaghan is believed to have promised the Islamic Council of WA that his technology crime division will monitor all emails sent and received in WA for anti-Muslim content. Given the nature of the Internet that would include emails from any part of the world.
Specifically, the Act states:
It is unlawful for a person to do an act, otherwise than in private, if:
(a) the act is reasonably likely in all the circumstances to offend, insult, humiliate or intimidate another person or group of people, and
(b) the act is done because of the race, colour or national or ETHNIC origin of the other person or some or all of the people in the group. 
A variety of acts can constitute racial hatred, including speaking, singing and making gestures in public, as well as drawings, images, and written publications such as newspapers, leaflets and WEBSITES.
“According to the United Nations conventions, there is no distinction between the term racial discrimination and ethnicity discrimination.” wikipedia
Definition of "ethnicity": "a people having a common language, culture, and body of traditions" http://www.merriam-webster.com/thesaurus/ethnicity...
Thus, publishing facts like these will banned:
Bing/Google search “civil wars in the world” and determine where they are being fought; then research each civil war and determine who is fighting in them. The results are startling: 90% of them involve one combatant-religion -- Islam. Muslims extremists fight in civil wars against Hindus, Sikhs, Jews, Shamans, Copts, Buddhists, Zoroastrians, Christiana, animists and Confucians and all other non-Muslim entities. They fight in China, Russia, Bosnia, Cyprus, Macedonia, Israel, Pakistan, India, Indonesia-Ambon & Halmarhera, Côte d'Ivoire, Kashmir, Algeria, Mauritania, Morocco, Tunisia, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kosovo, Bosnia, Kurdistan, Kirghizia, Nigeria, Philippines, Somalia, Turkey, Chechnya, Sudan, Yemen, Thailand, Uganda, Azerbaijan, Mali, Chad, Libya, Bangladesh and East Timor.
-2011 FBI Annual Report on Terrorism, http://www.nctc.gov/docs/2011_NCTC_Annual_Report_F... page 11: Of 12,533 terrorist deaths 77 were committed by Neo-Nazi, fascist or white supremacists; Muslims committed 8,886.
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
If the liberals have their way then yes.
Of course, it is quite cruel to criticize a religion that wants to kill the infidels, the non believers of allah. It is it cruel and discriminatory to criticize a religion that requires women to cover themselves because they tempt the men to rape them. It is cruel to criticize a religion that says men may rape their wives whenever they feel like it.
Funny thing is, the liberals are defending a religion that would kill them for their beliefs in an instant. In all of Islam, homosexuality is condemned, and in some Islamic nations, homosexuals are put to death.
- ?Lv 47 years ago
That's Obama's next target on the Constitution. He's like a mad scientist. A constitutional law professor -- so he knows his stuff, and more importantly to him, knows how to find ways around it, deceive the people, and use the right amount of slick language.
Let's see, he's gone after the 4th amendment, 2nd amendment, etc. yep, I'm sure to him 1st amendment would be his greatest accomplishment.
- RockItLv 77 years ago
Obama is working feverishly on making Muslims a protected class of Americans with special rights and privileges including government subsidized mosques, jobs, and erasing their criminal records.
- Par 4Lv 77 years ago
No, because then you would have to ban criticism of all kind, and what would that leave Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson with?
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- Lady CatherineLv 67 years ago
Not as long as the first amendment exists.
- Anonymous7 years ago
The day that muslims stop commiting atrocities
- 7 years ago
No, because we have freedom of speech
- John MLv 77 years ago
For normal people, never, for politicians, it already has been.
- Anonymous7 years ago
- JoshLv 67 years ago
Don't give obama any ideas now.