Some YouTube postings have dealt with these topics. Five are posted below.
"Religious intolerance on YouTube:"
Melissa, TheBlessedBlogger, posted a video on YouTube because she was: "... tired of all the extremist religious videos advocating intolerance. [She suggests that people] Stand up for diversity, for tolerance and for basic human respect."
"Mr Mody's Human Struggle -- Religious Intolerance Videos"
Deb Handy prepared a video as a project for Mr Mody's Human Struggle class. It features some interesting quotations, disturbing pictures, and a short excerpt, in German, of a speech by Hitler.
"PeaceWantLove" interviews an unknown man who gives his opinion of the effects and cures of religious intolerance.
"Christian extremists disrupt Hindu Senate invocation"
"Veracifier" posted a video -- one of many -- of a U.S. Senate morning invocation given by guest chaplain Rajan Zed of the Indian Association of Northern Nevada. He is also the director of interfaith relations at a Hindu temple. For several days in advance of the invocation, some fundamentalist Christian groups had urged their members to object to the prayer, because Mr. Zed would be "... seeking the invocation of a non-monotheistic God." He was interrupted by three persons. One man called the prayer an "abomination" in God's sight; another paraphrased the Ten Commandments, saying that you "shall have no other Gods before you" As they were led away in handcuffs, one protestor said: "No Lord but Jesus Christ!" and "There's only one true God!". A male protester told the Associated Press, "we are Christians and patriots".
Police identified the protestors as being from Operation Save America/Operation Rescue. That group said in a statement:
"Stop religious intolerance teach love don't preach hate:"
"mp9yq9tx" posted a video whose beginning is reminiscent of the song in South Pacific titled "You have to be taught" to hate and fear. She/he wrote:
Originally posted: 2009-AUG-21