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Monday, April 01, 2024 

Scotland's new "hate crime" law could be used to stifle objections to Islam

And who else but the region's first Muslim to serve as first minister (Humza Yousaf) could've enacted such an awful suppression tactic?
Scotland's controversial new hate crime laws have come into force – with a Holyrood minister saying people "could be investigated" for misgendering someone online.

The new measures aim to tackle the harm caused by hatred and prejudice but have come under fire from opponents who claim they could stifle free speech and be weaponised to "settle scores".

[...] It consolidates existing legislation and introduces new offences for threatening or abusive behaviour which is intended to stir up hatred based on prejudice towards characteristics such as age, disability, religion, sexual orientation and transgender identity.
While it's bad enough it'll doubtless be used to enforce "protected class" status for LGBT practitioners, what isn't made clear is that without a doubt, the law will be used to enforce the same for Islam, and prosecute anybody who dares oppose it. And maybe Islam is the only thing that LGBT practitioners will have to worry about, hate speech laws or otherwise, when one considers the Religion of Peace's protected-class status is even more guaranteed than it is for LGBT movements. As for Judeo-Christianity, despite what's told, chances are next to nothing the new laws will be employed to protect those specific religions.

Author J.K. Rowling, one of the firmest opponents of LGBT ideology, is daring authorities to arrest her. She's right to stand up to them. But will anyone have the courage to stand up to the Religion of Peace in Scotland too?

Update: Pamela Geller also agrees this new enactment by the Scottish government amounts to sharia enforcement.

Update 2: Scotland police say they won't pursue charges against Rowling. But what about anybody who dares to criticize Islam? How will they react to that?

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