“If you are a political figure, they think it is fatal if someone calls them anti-Semitic. But if you are an academic, if you are an activist, if they call you [an anti-Semite], wear that as a sign of distinction. This proves that I am working for the right side, for the just cause.”
With Muslims, tolerance is a one-way street. They expect the kuffar to respect and accept their stances without showing the same toward infidel views. One shining example of this phenomenon is Bengali-born (technically, it was East Pakistan at the time) economics professor Muhammad Shahid Alam of Northeastern University. Alam’s preferred issues of contention? Freedom of speech and the Israel-Palestine conflict.
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