On May 12, The Rebel published a video of an interfaith panel, where a Muslim student explained that in countries ruled by the Koran, infidels would be killed or expelled.
From Liberty Unyielding:
The short version of Andy Ngo’s story is that he recorded the discussion by a Muslim student at an interfaith panel of the thorny question whether a sharia state can allow non-Muslims to live there in peace; i.e., unmolested. The question came from the audience, and was based on a Quranic sura about the treatment of non-believers.
Ngo (the student editor) reproduces a transcript of what the Muslim student said: '…And some, this, that you’re referring to, killing non-Muslims, that [to be a non-believer] is only considered a crime when the country’s law, the country is based on Koranic law — that means there is no other law than the Koran. In that case, you’re given the liberty to leave the country, you can go in a different country, I’m not gonna sugarcoat it. So you can go in a different country, but in a Muslim country, in a country based on the Koranic laws, disbelieving, or being an infidel, is not allowed so you will be given the choice [to leave].’
The video had no accompanying editorialization. It simply published the Muslim speaker’s own remarks.