One type consists of those Muslims who have made crystal clear their ardent support for violent, murderous jihad against infidels and for the brutal, merciless punishments laid down by sharia law – in other words, Islamic orthodoxy.
The other type consists of those non-Muslims who, often at the risk of their own lives, dare to spell out the plain fact that Islamic orthodoxy does, indeed, consist of the above.
One small difference, however, should be noted. “Controversial” is probably the strongest word that most mainstream media will ever apply to the likes of Nabil Al-Awadhi and Abdallah bin Mahfudh ibn Bayyah.
When it comes, on the other hand, to people like Spencer or Geller, “controversial” is the closest some media organs will ever come to showering them with praise.