We as Muslims reject the idea of freedom of speech, and even the idea of freedom. We see under the Khilafa (caliphate), when people used to engage in a positive way, this idea of freedom was redundant, it was unnecessary, because the society understood under the education system of the Khilafa state, and under the political framework of Islam, that people must engage with each other in a positive and productive way to produce results, as the Qur'an says, to get to know one another.If we in Dar al Harb rejected freedom of speech, guys like Hamza would never have a chance to utter these freedom-deriding words--something Hamza and the other Khalifa-lovers well know and depend upon.
Hamza also has some, ahem, interesting thoughts on homosexuality:
Some people object to Islam making the public expression of homosexuality a criminal act. This is subjective and only strikes a chord amongst those who cannot escape the social constructs in their own societies. There are societies past and present which accepted paedophilia and cannibalism as normal parts of human life and they would find Western society oppressive preventing them from carrying out these practices.The LGTB communities of Toronto and Montreal might have something to say about a guy who equates gayness with child-shtupping and feasting on human flesh.
Also on the exciting roster of speakers--Abduraheem Green. Here's the impassioned revert
The caliphate, homosexuality=cannibalism, light wife-beating--it all sounds so appealing who wouldn't want to heed Allah's call?