Oh, well, you also said that you have many muslim friends here, it sounded a bit like ganging up on me.Oh come on. I called you an idiot by pm, that was it, for getting the previous thread closed. Report me, it was still against the rules and I know it, if you don't like it. I've moved on and as I told you, I've spoken my piece. You aren't that much better, what with "I thought the level of intelligence was a bit higher here, but I guess I overestimated you all.". Which is a polite way to call everyone idiots. I'm just more direct with it.
If it makes you feel any better, I apologize for offending you. But that doesn't change what I think. We actually have laws protecting freedom of religion here in Canada and I stand by those, including Islam. Anything else is violating a principle that's an integral part of western civilization. I'll never advocate for, or against any religion and will call out anyone who does so, whether I agree with the concept or not. There's plenty I don't agree with, too.
But apart from your childish words, you are very quick to frame me as being there to forbid religion.
Like I said before, the question is who has supremacy, civil law or islamic faith.
I am 200% behind civil law, because it not only protects the rights of one group, but society as a whole.
Yes, laws protect religions, but they also protect LGBTQ.
It cannot be that one group gets a free reign to violate the rights of another.