@HemlockDo you really believe that all Muslims have illegitimate
desires for freedom of religion? What does there have to be done for you to
"well wish" any religion, even one you obviously do not agree with, to
deisre religious freedom? Just because the leadership in Pakistan,
Egypt, Iran, and other Islamic countries do not give unfettered freedom of
religion, does not mean that the people, or organizations touting so, do not
have the honorable right to want freedom of religion. That desire
should be unconditionally supported!
I sincerely welcome them to the fight, and wish them all the success in the
When religious freedom is addressed in Pakistan, Egypt, Iran, Turkey and other
Islamic countries, then Muslims desire for religious freedom will be legitimate.
Otherwise, its "freedom applies to me, but not to you."
joining with guns and bombs will not work.