CNN Journalist Reza Aslan engaged in cannibalism while covering a radical Hindu sect in India. He posted the following:
Religion scholar Reza Aslan ate cooked human brain tissue with a group of cannibals in India during Sunday’s premiere of the new CNN show “Believer,” a documentary series about spirituality around the globe.
The outcry was immediate. Aslan, a Muslim who teaches creative writing at the University of California at Riverside, was accused of “Hinduphobia” and of mischaracterizing Hindus.
“With multiple reports of hate-fueled attacks against people of Indian origin from across the U.S., the show characterizes Hinduism as cannibalistic, which is a bizarre way of looking at the third largest religion in the world,” lobbyist group U.S. India Political Action Committees said in a statement, according to the Times of India.
While we appreciate that portraying other Hindus is bad, everyone seems to have missed the point that A CNN JOURNALIST ATE BRAINS. Engaging in cannibalism is morally wrong, but CNN has fully embraced “cultural relativism” and Aslan will go to great lengths to essentially say that “all faiths are the same”.