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MrMilkdud March 18th, 2015 4:32pm

A sanctioned student group at a state university wants to show a controversial movie on campus. A religious student group objects, claiming it is insensitive to their religious and political sensibilities. Should the school allow the screening?

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TheIndian Virgo Supercluster
03/18/15 3:40 pm

So when religion goes against everything it's okay, but when it's the other way around, noooooooo

It's a movie

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EarlyBird Portland
03/18/15 2:13 pm

The people who don't want to see the film, shouldn't see the film. Pretty simple.

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Iamamerican California
03/18/15 1:16 pm

It's a very good movie and Muslims don't have to watch.

ronderman North Carolina
03/18/15 12:34 pm

Yes they should show it and then they should show any movie the Christian organization wants to shoe that may offend any atheists.

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Torfin Never Behind
03/18/15 9:50 am

It is NOT a Right to Not Be Offended!

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Christian1459 Cookin Trouble
03/18/15 10:16 am

No not necessarily. I'm saying worrying about offendeing a culture is a problem.

Torfin Never Behind
03/18/15 5:57 pm

That culture can suck it up too. Or go home.

Christian1459 Cookin Trouble
03/18/15 9:43 am

I believe that having a country that is full of diverse cultures, this is the problem. I see why the Muslim student group is scared that they will be ridiculed after the showing. People will be offended about anything, if it make sense to us or not.

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Mattwall1
03/18/15 10:13 am

Just to clarify, you're saying a multicultural society is bad?