Monday, October 29, 2007

British nationalist speaks at Texas A&M

by Travis Robinson from The Batt

British politician Nick Griffin, a proponent of closed-border policies and an anti-immigration leader, outlined the causes of what he said was the Islamization of Europe and how to stop it. "The Quran is the ultimate law in a Muslim society. You cannot have free speech, scientific inquiry and rule of men," Griffin said. "The liberal elite of Western Europe has surrendered, doesn't care to defend the values that the radical Muslims want to tear down." ... Not all who attended were in agreement, such as Ahmad El-Guindy, a visiting assistant professor from the department of mathematics. "For me, the main problem with [Griffin's] talk was that it was full of misinformation. I believe in free speech but I also believe in not spreading false information. If you take enough things out of context you can make any community sound hateful," he said during a question and answer session with Griffin.

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