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In Response to 'Anti-Islamic' bus ads appear in major cities by WernerS2
Except by implication, these ads do not appear to be an outright attack on Islam per se. They simply offer assistance to anyone who wants to leave the religion and feels threatened in doing so. The implication, of course, is that Islam is something that someone should WANT to leave, but that remains unstated.
I wonder what the ads' sponsors would think of a similar ad offereing to give help to someone who felt threatened becaused they wanted to leave Christianity? There are, in the country, probably more Christian extremists than there are Muslim extremists. If a minor child tries to excape the repression of such an environment, converts to another faith and tries to leave their parents' household, (as was the case with Rifqa Bary), what would these people think?
Equal treatment, or does it depend on whose ox is being gored?