A Crash Course in the History of Islam Might Do Facebook Some Good

Written by Andrew Linn on September 24, 2018

Recently a priest in Chicago named Paul Kalchik was removed from his parish when he burned a rainbow flag (the flag of the LGBT community), despite being ordered not to by Cardinal Blasé Cupich and the Archdiocese of Chicago.

Father Paul Kalchik, pastor of the Resurrection Parish, announced his intentions to burn the rainbow flag earlier this month, prompting a warning from the Archdiocese. His actions also resulted in a protest from LGBT activists, who described the burning as a hate crime. In addition, he has been committed to St. Luke’s Institute for psychological evaluation and treatment.

Thus, if anyone opposes the homosexual agenda, they will be treated as a hatemonger or mentally disturbed individual.
Meanwhile, Politicalite editor Jordan James got banned from Facebook for thirty days over a post in which he was sarcastically responding to a photo of a Muslim woman wearing a rainbow hijab and holding a rainbow sign that said “Allah Loves Equality.”

His remark, which had the headline “Ok Hun” and a rolling eye emoji, also resulted in Facebook telling him to remove the post and review the offensive content.

Needless to say, Facebook considered the post to be hate speech.

The post of the Muslim woman claiming that Allah loves equality is completely false, given Islam’s track record of how it treats women, blacks, homosexuals, etc.

Throughout the Muslim world, homosexuals (and others within the LGBT community) usually wind up being hanged or thrown off the rooftops of buildings.

Women in the Muslim world are treated as doormats, subject to being forced to wear the hijab (or sometimes the niqab), forbidden to leave the home without a male relative, physical, verbal, and sexual abuse, FGM (female genital mutilation), honor killings, forced marriages, and basically having their every move watched due to their relatives fearing they might dishonor the family.

Meanwhile, the Muslims have enslaved more Africans than the West ever did, and subjected them to crueler treatment (e.g. castrating the men). In fact, Muslims continue to enslave Africans to this day, as well as people from various Asian countries. In the past, Muslims also enslaved Europeans.

Religious minorities in Muslim countries are treated as second-class citizens, thus being dhimmis as Islam dictates. They suffer discrimination, harassment, being beaten or killed, or (in the case of women) being kidnapped and forced to convert to Islam.

Thus, there is no equality in Islam.

Perhaps the people at Facebook need to do some research, as should the Archdiocese of Chicago.

photo credit: B Tal Provocation and Privacy via photopin (license)

Andrew Linn
Andrew Linn is a member of the Owensboro Tea Party and a former Field Representative for the Media Research Center. An ex-Democrat, he became a Republican one week after the 2008 Presidential Election. He has an M.A. in history from the University of Louisville, where he became a member of the Phi Alpha Theta historical honors society. He has also contributed to examiner.com and Right Impulse Media.