Ayaan Hirsi Ali brings culture war speech to Yale.
Indeed, what is the matter with us. When will there be a discussion of the texts of Islam and the content of the faith? When can we talk about the prophet of Islam and the kinds of things he stood for?
In viewing Islamic apologists on Youtube, we find the same reticence to discuss these subjects. One of them says: when Christians come to discuss scripture with you, just leave the Koran on the shelf, it is too holy to enter into such discussions, just demolish their Biblical views.
The Koran is "too holy" to discuss. We think it must be discussed and dissected. The real Islam must stand up. What is it that it teaches?