I think we're approaching the point in much of the west where Islam is simply beyond discussion in any meaningful way - de facto at the London School of Economics, de jure in the Netherlands, but, either way, the Muslim lobby groups achieve their objective: to make serious open debate about Islam too costly for anyone who attempts it. Apropos "speech-curtailing" laws, Miss Eaves says:
Here's a good litmus test for whether a law makes any sense: If the "crime"
in question can only be described using the word for an emotion, like "hate" or
"phobia," then we have wandered into thought-police territory.