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When a conservative  student objected to a Muslim student supporting the mutilation of gays, their Muslim professor had him suspended for insulting Islam. After the  student met with the dean over the ’s allegations, the dean had just 4 simple words.

Despite what the left and its Westernized Muslims claim, Islam has never meant to coexist and couldn’t even if it tried. Perhaps the most fundamental difference is the West’s freedom of speech, for which  offers the death penalty. While one is allowed to indulge in critiques of whichever ideology they choose, Islam requires that anyone who insults, denounces, or even challenges its values must be punished.

When Marshall Polston, a young aspiring conservative activist, entered the class of Areej Zufari, a Muslim Humanities professor at Rollins College who openly defended terrorists and terror-tied imams who commanded the murder of  in 2003, he mistakenly believed she’d reciprocate the same respect for his differing views as he had given her. Instead, shortly after expressing his Christian beliefs, the straight-A student received a score of 52 percent on his essay, for which Zufari refused to provide input.

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Frustrated but not shaken, Polston continued to attend class and debate along with the other students. One day, however, he witnessed a devout Muslim classmate express his view that homosexuals should have limbs amputated, in accordance with Sharia law. Disturbingly, Zufari laughed it off and refused to report the student’s threat even after Polston and other students objected. It was then that Polston was summoned to the Dean of Safety’s office.

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