So calling Allah a c**t is literally like calling Jesus Christ a c**t
1) And I am perfectly fine with that, because even if he does exist, if one person saying that he's a c**t is enough to cause him to break down into tears, he isn't much of a Celestially Divine being. And if it's enough for him to condone executing that person, he isn't exactly as merciful and forgiving as his propaganda would have you believe.
2) Not quite. That's the source of an entire Schism in the Christian Doctrine; those that believe that Christ is in fact God personified, and then those that believe that those two are entirely different entities; that Jesus is the son
of Yahweh, and not an aspect
of Yahweh. Christianity isn't unified on that point (or, to be fair, any other point other than God Exists, and even then there is a small fraction of denominations that are atheistic in Doctrine, which I find just plain weird, but whatever).
analogy would be "Calling Allah a c**t is basically calling Yahweh a c**t," which is true (that calling one is calling the other). And hey, I personally think that the character of God, as portrayed in the bible, is one of a massive c**t to everybody not in his chosen little group. BUT that's derailing the topic into a subject that I don't want to get into.
What I actually want to ask is:
How does changing "Allah" to "Jesus" in that sentence change the overall point that he should be allowed to say it, even if you disagree? Unless the point was that he wouldn't get banned for "Jesus is a c**t" so he shouldn't be banned for "Allah is a c**t," which I agree with.
My point is a general one; why does who
he's insulting matter in any way, shape or form, assuming for a moment that he was just saying "X is a c**t." Which, as was covered earlier in the thread, wasn't what he was saying exactly.