Bill O'Reilly is clearly continuing his shameless and cowardly surrender to Sharia Law. Daily on his program, The O'Reilly Factor on FoxNews.com, he engages in the standard and phony obfuscations about the jihadi threat the West faces, consistently refusing to honestly name and label the Islamic foundations of the terrorist enterprise. Back in April 2010, he blatantly sided with our society's dhimmis, blaming South Park for doing the Mohammed shows. Rather than praising Parker's and Stone's courage, standing up for their right to make any script they wished, and denouncing the despots who threatened their lives (and the tenets of the Islamic religion that sanction such threats), O'Reilly publicly promoted submitting to Sharia Law, thereby surrendering to the forces who killed filmmaker Theo van Gogh.
Now, this past Tuesday, on his July 13 program, O'Reilly hit a new low, making a grotesque statement about the millions of suffering persecuted Muslim women around the world. In a bizarre debate with Laura Ingraham about France's move to ban the burqa, O'Reilly flippantly jokes about a tragic and deadly reality in which any serious, sensitive person would find nothing laughable. With great self-satisfaction, O'Reilly teases Ingraham about "rooting for the French" while mind-bogglingly siding against the French ban. He makes a disparaging reference to "the Western eye" to imply that forced veiling is only oppressive through our Western lens — as though there is no universal standard of human rights. Priding himself on being for "tolerance" and, therefore, for being in favor of allowing Muslim women to veil, he affirms that "most" Muslim women want to veil themselves.