A program in which Hagee played video of Muslim imams in both the United States and overseas preaching hatred and violence against Jews and Israel upset Muslims and resulted in complaints filed with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, the equivalent of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, or FCC.Could the current event be anything like this last one? A program pulled because Muslims don't like kafirs reporting what imams are actually saying?
That action forced Hagee Ministries to pull the rest of the programs in that series. On another occasion, programs about Iraq also were pulled.
This sort of special treatment has many other examples in Canada. For one, look at the foiled terrorist attack last year. When the 17 Southern Ontario men were arrested for plotting the terrorist attack, the Toronto Star, in what I take as an outright insult to the intelligences of Canadians, said that "it is difficult to find a common denominator" among the men, and the RCMP said that they "represent the broad strata of our community." Even though, every single one of them was a Muslim, who represent only a fraction of Canada's population. A very "broad strata" indeed.
Afterwards, the police reported taking "sensitivity training" before arresting the terrorists, and they learned about Islamic traditions. What special training do police receive when arresting followers of other traditions? As far as I know, none. To the police too then, Muslims are a special people.
But why do they receive this special treatment? Is it because they are respected so? Or because they are feared?
“The answer is of course, that it would be best to be both loved and feared. But since the two rarely come together, anyone compelled to choose will find greater security in being feared than in being loved.” - Machiavelli