Whenever a sanctimonious, sneering liberal says to me "Have you actually got any Muslim friends or colleagues?", as well as answering yes (because I do), I immediately ask them if they have any *ex-Muslim* friends or colleagues.— Re-Enlightenment (@REnlightenment) December 1, 2017
Oh. Cat got your tongue?
Such apostates personally know dozens of Muslims in their family. Plus, they've been around hundreds of Muslims in their life. Yet, that invaluable close experience doesn't provide them with legitimacy in academia or the media. Worse, they are condemned as paid shills of the mythical collection of racists, xenophobes, right wingers, White supremacists, Zionists, and Jooos.
Ibrahim Amin tweets:
People should pose this question to prominent commentators who habitually excuse and defend Islam. If they have a bunch of devout Muslim friends, but no apostate friends, they'll likely have a very distorted view of the religion and its scriptures. https://t.co/eiE5tuTz28— Ibrahim S. Amin (@Ibrahim_S_Amin) December 1, 2017
Sometimes, Muslims can be refreshingly, er, honest:
I have a muslim colleague.— State_Control™ (@State_Control) December 1, 2017
He's a 'moderate'.
He wants all gays dead.
Yup, definitely a moderate. He won't murder homosexuals himself but he's perfectly fine with an Islamic government which hangs the filthy gays in the middle of a city.