It's a sign of weakness, desperation. They are trying to be as creative as they can in the most brutal way, attempting to outdo anything and every thing you have ever seen, heard or read, relying on excessive fear to instill doubt and uncertainty.
They are not as threatening as people think, no doubt it's something to be aware of, but real terror and horror is way more sophisticated.
I was researching the civil rights act and the justifications for the criminalization of racial discrimination when selling services like hotel rooms. In the case which decided that "public accomodations" must be non-discriminatory, I wondered if the same would eventually apply to religious buildings.
Here in the article:
“Part of this is really a public-accommodation issue, not a theological argument,” he suspects. It’s people saying, “We don’t feel comfortable around someone who used to be male because we think of them as someone who is still male, not female.”
They will be forced to say that the Mosque is in the wrong so long as Christians are a majority - because the hatred of anything vaguely Hellenic forces the "intellectuals" to chomp at the bit to criticize and destroy it.
Justifying the Islamic separation would mean Justifying Christian separation, since in the bible there are two genders and it is said they cannot wear the clothing of the other. Segregated clothing is thus justified and saying "it is wrong" would be Christian-phobia, if saying the Mosque's actions as wrong is "Islamophobia".
Lol, just look at how niggerized Islam is in the West, to try to appeal to the youth. Says actually something about the West and Westerners. They can't dig it without the nigger. Another Po(o)p-culture branch.