Here is a fine example of selective enforcement and why nothing like the fairness doctrine should ever exist in a free nation. Hell one could define a free nation practically by simply not having a fairness doctrine.
Your View, November 22nd 2009, 4:36 pm
“The Vice Chancellor of City University London, Julius Weinberg, should resign. He is refusing to take any action after the Islamic Society hosted a fundamentalist preacher, Abu Usamah, who advocates the murder of gay people and of Muslims who give up their faith,” said human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell.
Abu Usamah was recorded on Channel Four’s television documentary, Undercover Mosque, as saying: “Do you practice homosexuality with men? Take that homosexual man and throw him off the mountain.” On Muslims who leave the faith he said: “If the Imam wants to crucify him, he should crucify him. The person is put up on the wood and he’s left there to bleed to death for three days.”
Abu Usamah was also filmed deriding women as “deficient”, inferior to men and intellectually “incomplete.”
Another speaker given a platform at the same City University event on 4 November, Murthadah Khan, was also caught on the Undercover Mosque documentary calling Jews and Christians “enemies” and “filthy”.
“It is utterly disgraceful that the student’s union has defended the
hosting of these two hate preachers, and that the Vice Chancellor has
not responded to complaints from students. These responses violate the equal opportunities policies of the university and the student’s
union,” added Mr Tatchell.
“They would never tolerate a white surpemacist who used racist abuse and advocated the murder of black people. Why the double standards?
“The Vice Chancellor seems unwilling to uphold the university’s equal
opportunities policy. He has failed to defend Muslim, Jewish, Christian, gay and women students and staff against this vile hatred. Having neglected to ensure that the university is a safe, welcoming place to work and study, Julius Weinberg should stand down,” said Mr Tatchell