First, I wonder if someone can explain what that last statement by Maher meant? Second, this debate truly points up the ignorant and limited agenda of the liberal/socialist/Marxist crowd. Thurstan tried to claim Christianity is also violent, but Maher quickly pointed out the last organized violence perpetrated in the name of Christianity was seven centuries ago. Maher also pointed out that "something like 80 or 90 percent" of Muslims in Egypt think death is an appropriate penalty for an adherent leaving Islam. Maher wondered if it wouldn't be a bigger story if it was was found 84% of Brazilians thought death was appropriate for someone leaving Catholicism. Huffington came back with the predictable reaction that 'it is dangerous" when people try to say all Muslims are terrorists, which no one on the panel said. Maher then stated it is more dangerous when liberals don't stand up for what the supposedly believe in.