Radicals: 'I'm not radical, I speak truth' - BBC News
***WARNING FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY*** Anne Marie Waters, from Sharia Watch, regularly criticises Islam and is organising a Prophet Muhammad cartoon exhibition. She says she is not a radical but "simply telling the truth". "If there ever was a time to defend real freedom of speech it is now. People are being killed all over the world over this," she adds. Islamic scholar Sheikh Haitham al-Haddad openly criticises homosexuality. He has been called a bigot, a hate preacher and has had talks at a number of UK universities postponed or cancelled. "I am just vocal about anything I disagree with. My view about homosexuality is clearly stated in the Koran. If the media had a fair presentation of my views it would just not single out those points," he says. The interviews were part of a series of reports by Catrin Nye (@CatrinNye ) about radicals.
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