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Dinesh D'Souza: Left Launching 'Selected Attack on Christianity'

By    |   Tuesday, 31 Mar 2015 10:51 PM

The controversy over Indiana's religious freedom law represents an attack on Christianity that doesn't apply to other religions, says author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza.

"Not only do you see the left not talking about the treatment of gays and lesbians abroad, but even at home, you'll rarely find homosexuals, for example, trying to force a Muslim baker to bake a cake for a gay wedding," D'Souza said Tuesday on Fox News Channel's "Hannity." 

"This is a selected attack on Christianity, not religion in general."

The newly signed law has drawn protests from critics who say it gives business owners the right to refuse to serve gay customers. Proponents say it simply protects people whose religious conscience doesn't allow them to participate in same-sex weddings and does not apply in other areas.

Homosexuals and women are treated far worse – the often are killed – in Islamic countries, but the left doesn't speak out as much about it, D'Souza said, because to do so would strengthen American foreign policy.

"That would make the case for more U.S. involvement or intervention. They don't want that," he said.

In response to the national backlash, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence on Tuesday said his state's law will be clarified.

D'Souza said he hopes the state doesn't back down too much.

"It's the geniality of Christians and their willingness to try to find accommodation and give in that increases the appetite of aggression on the part of the left," he said.

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