"The majority should be willing to compromise," she said. "I think that's just basic courtesy. We must show tolerance and respect for all others."
Spoken like a true Islamist. No doubt, she also supports that basic courtesy for the minority of Jews living in the Middle East? For the Serbian minority in Kosovo?
The above is a quote from a Harvard Muslim student who supports the University's decision to exclude men from one of their gyms several hours a day. Yet, when reversed, when it's a non-Muslim minority living in a Muslim society, there is no compromise. The non-Muslim must live according to Islamic standards, however low they may be, or face unjust, irrational and sometimes cruel punishments.
Another thing to think about - This Muslimah is a Harvard student. She is obviously very intelligent to get into such a prestigious school. Yet she believes Muhammad is a messenger of God. She honors a man who raped a child. She worships a man who had thousands slaughtered - many in front of their families. She praises a man who owned slaves, raped women, and is responsible for more suffering and cruelty in modern times than all other cultures and religions combined. She trusts a "holy" book filled with hatred, intolerance, contradictions, and absurdities.
And she is a Harvard student.
Does that say more about the school for allowing such a person, or about the caliber of people, however intelligent, who choose Islam?
This "respect us or else" mentality is indicative of the entire cult that calls itself the 'religion of peace.' The question is, do we gladly step into the role of dhimmis and show the respect they demand but haven't earned, or do we stand firm in our belief that all should be treated equal?