Muslim Rapper Medine Cancels Bataclan Shows after Protests – Lyrics Call for Crucifying Secularists

Critics have latched onto songs such as “Don’t Laik”, where Medine assails France’s secular policies as discriminatory towards Muslims.  The song, released just prior to the jihadist massacre at the Charlie Hebdo newspaper in Paris in January 2015, includes lyrics calling for “crucifying secularists (non-Muslims)” and putting “fatwas on the heads of these idiots.”  Fatwas incite violence against critics of Islam, such as the fatwa sentencing Muslim essayist Salman Rushdie to death.  Read more: