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Is "Hate of Slavery" a form of "Hate Speech?"

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Submitted by Randy K. (United States), Jan 23, 2010 at 14:53

If Wilders, or someone like him, released another documentary about Islam - not in Europe, but in Africa - would he still be tried for "hate speech?"

Islam permits and still engages in slavery. The main difference between today's and yesterday's is the Arabs can now afford to use Russian machine guns as they ride their camels into black Africa. Slavery is very clearly permitted by islam as a fruit or reward of jihad. The people targeted for islamisation were given three choices: conversion, submission or´╗┐ war with execution for the men and slavery, especially sexual slavery, for women. The quran is extremely clear in permitting the rape of female catives of war - known as "right hand possessions.' Sudan is a modern case study.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOs_iv6djhk&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNwhbo451YM&feature=related

It would seem that America's black community would show their wisdom by defending Wilders, as he is trying to protect Europe from the same fate that currently awaits black Africa.

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