Tuesday, August 11, 2020

WATCH: Journalist asks Aussie Muslims if they want Sharia blasphemy law in Australia

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WATCH: Armin Navabi - Director of Media at Pangburn Philosophy - goes to Lakemba in Sydney, Australia to ask Muslims if it's okay to criticize Islam.
As you can see in the video below many of them have rejected freedom of speech and said people should not be allowed to criticize or question the religion of Islam.
In many Muslim-countries like Iran, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan under Sharia blasphemy law people are often executed in public if they criticize Islam.
Every year Christians are murdered in Pakistan on false charges of blasphemy.