This article summarizes the Islamic jihad against the freedom of speech that I have spoken and written about for years — you can get a great deal of information about the OIC’s war against free speech in my 2008 book Stealth Jihad and my 2013 book Arab Winter Comes to America.
It is remarkable that the Washington Post, which usually aids and abets this campaign to smear and defame foes of jihad terror, would publish this. They did so because the author is a Muslim with (from the looks of this article) an apparent breezy confidence in an imminent massive reformation of Islam. Thus the Post editors can publish this piece without fear of appearing “Islamophobic” themselves.
Unfortunately, that reform not on the horizon, and there is no mention in this piece of an even bigger elephant in the room: the fact that those who try to silence (either with violence or by destroying their reputations) those who speak negatively about jihad terror can point to passages of the Qur’an and Sunnah to support their actions. Muhammad had people who criticized him murdered in cold blood; why shouldn’t Hamas-linked CAIR and the “Islamophobia” mongers try to ruin the careers and lives of critics of jihad? That’s comparably moderate.