Penn Will Not Criticize Islam

In an interview with Penn Jillette (of Penn and Teller), he says something interesting about Islam:

Interviewer: Are there any groups you won't go after?

Penn: We haven't tackled Scientology because Showtime doesn't want us to. Maybe they have deals with individual Scientologists—I'm not sure. And we haven't tackled Islam because we have families.

Interviewer: Meaning, you won’t attack Islam because you’re afraid it’ll attack back.

Penn: Right, and I think the worst thing you can say about a group in a free society is that you’re afraid to talk about it—I can’t think of anything more horrific.

Interviewer: Of course, it might please some Islamic fundamentalists to hear you say that you won’t talk about them because you’re afraid.

Penn: It might, but you have to say what you believe, even it if pleases somebody you disagree with—that issue comes up all the time in moral discourse.

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Anonymous December 13, 2015 at 8:01 PM  

Good on Penn!! Its NOT an easy action to admit your fear but it IS one way to galvanize those Penn followers who are perceptive enough to wonder about the statements, activities, etc from non-violent Muslim Rights organizations who "only" want to "practice their religion" but, ALWAYS, at the expense of the indigent population.

Yeah: THEY"RE non-violent BUT they shine a very public light for those who ARE.

I'm glad that one Liberal, at least, understands and admits that he IS voluntarily complying with Islamic Laws and that they are anti-Constitutional and dangerous, hateful towards non-Muslims.

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