TV Station Fined For Saying a Fact

A TV station in the Czeck Republic was fined by the Council For Radio and Television for saying that Shari'a law allows a husband to kill an unfaithful wife. But the reporter who said this was right. Shari'a law does allow a husband to kill an unfaithful wife. The Council For Radio and Television conceded to demands by a Muslim organization who apparently do not like anything negative said about their religion, even if it's simply a fact.

This is like a Buddhist organization complaining because a reporter mentioned that Buddhists practice meditation. Buddhists do, in fact, practice meditation.

Here's the story: TV station fined for Islamophobia.


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Setting Precedents

As Robert Spencer put it: "'s a small accommodation in itself, but it reinforces the precedent that American practices must give way to Muslim ones whenever they clash. Once that precedent is set, it does indeed lead to the Islamization of American society, unless at a certain point non-Muslims are willing to draw the line and say 'Thus far, but no farther. No more accommodation of Muslim demands.' That line will never be drawn, however, as long as Americans continue to fail to see the larger implications and inevitable outcome of these individual incidents."

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