(Original post by Longshot700)
Just leaving this here. Video got uploaded 3 days ago and I expect a lot of controversy.
Out of those 10 points, most of them were mere opinion from questionable sources and only addressed the behaviour of individual Muslims,
the nature of Islam. Showing that most Muslims don't do a thing that a right-wing nutjub claimed they do is not "exposing lies about Islam".
Of the remainder, one claimed that ISIS have nothing to do with Islam. This is demonstrably untrue as much of their actions are justified directly from a literalist, unmodernised reading of the Quran and sunnah. ISIS clearly do no represent most Muslims or even represent the only interpretation of Islam, but they certainly represent one version.
Another claimed that only only 0.0066% of Muslims "support extremism". The video did not provide a reference for that figure other than mentioning Pew Research, yet every Pew survey that I have seen shows levels of 10-20% expression of "extreme views", going much higher in Middle East/North Africa/South Asia. For example, 29% of Egyptians believe that suicide bombing is often/sometimes justified.
The final one claims that killing disbelievers is forbidden, and gives two quotes it says are from the Quran. However, they are hadith and refer only to dhimmis (non-believers who pay jizya protection money). The Quran specifically permits killing disbelievers who refuse to submit to Islam. Again, we can all agree that most Muslims do not actually intend to put this permission into practice, however, it is there, in the perfect, universal and immutable Quran - although I have found that some Muslims are completely unaware of it, having not actually read the Quran in a language they understand but been brought up on a sanitised and cherry-picked version of Islam.