Let’s see, a Christian says homosexuality is a sin and that person should change their lifestyle…..bad. A Vanderbilt Islamic Professor, homosexuality punishable by death…..okay. Something isn’t right here. But then again nobody ever accused the left of making a whole lot of sense when it comes to, well, anything. Vanderbilt Islamic Professor Awadh A. Binhazim said in a forum on gays in the military that under Islamic law, homosexuality is punishable by death.

Devin Saucier, a Vanderbilt student who is over Youth for Western Civilization, did what mainstream journalists refuse to do….ask the hard questions. Saucier put Binhazim in a precarious position by asking him the question, “Under Islamic Law, is it punishable by death if you are a homosexual?” The professor’s answer after beating around the bush was, “Yes, it is punishable by death.” Watch the video below.

Here’s a rhetorical question for you. If a white Christian professor were asked a question like, “Is homosexuality a sin?” And he gave an answer like, “Yes.” What do you suppose would happen to that professor? Here’s your answer, he would be out on his tale as quick as the video went viral. You’d hear all the usual arguments about Christianity being a faith full of intolerance and hate.

The good professor spends most of the video trying to weasel his way around the question. He first says that he doesn’t have the choice of which teachings of Islam he will accept or reject. Does that mean that if you’re a Muslim you’re a mindless robot who is unable to determine good from bad? Right from wrong?

Vanderbilt University issued a statement saying that they were a tolerant, politically correct, non-discriminatory school and that Professor Binhazim was not an actual employee of the school. Vanderbilt is backpedaling pretty fast on this one.

You’re probably not going to see many stories in the mainstream press about the Vanderbilt Islamic Professor.
Homosexuality punishable by death is just one of those inconvenient truths that the press refuses to cover about their new favorite religion. If they do decide to cover the story it will undoubtedly be to try and expose Devin Saucier as some sort of fraud who trapped the professor into giving his shocking answer.