So, you’re equating the practices of radical Islam to the practices of "radical" Christians?
Ya know, BT, you make me thankful that I take the time to use the G-d given brain that I have. You should try it sometime.
Absolutely, I am. The operative term, of course, is RADICAL. You have no reason to take offense unless you consider yourself "radical" (though, of course, personal insults such as your last remark are likely to cause many to wonder). But those who do have murdered physicians working in abortion clinics, they repeatedly attempt to ban books and movies and prevent those with different religious views from reading or seeing them, they attack people they hate (gays and others) in the name of their religion, they try to interfere with intimate family decsions of others such as decisions about when to artifically prolong life and so forth. The primary distinction between this and radical Islamists is that I think the numbers of radical Christians is very small in proportion to the total number of Christians and most (not all) Christian clergy condemn their actions whereas I am not at all certain what proportion of Muslims would fit the term "radical" and lots of Muslim clergy seem to support the radicals.