Bosch Fawstin is a former Infidel Blogger's Alliance contributor. He is a friend of IBA. He is the winner of Pamela Geller's Draw Mohammed Cartoon Contest in Garland, Texas.
Muslims showed up in Garland, armed and with the intent to murder Bosch, Pamela, and Robert Spencer.
Bosch Fawstin was raised Muslim. As he got older, he came to believe there is no God. In speaking to him, I have ascertained he is a follower of Ayn Rand. He believes Freedom of the Individual is foundational.
Here's what Bosch has to say about the notion of deporting all Muslims, or calls to "kill them all."
I've earned decades of animosity towards Muslims, having been raised by them, threatened by them, and nearly murdered by them, yet I would Never call to "deport them all!" and to "kill them all!", as some are actually openly saying on the internet. (Where would Muslims born in the West be deported?)
I focus on the enemy's ideology, Islam, and its most consistent practitioners who wage Jihad. And I came to this position after I studied Islam and Jihad as if my life depended on it after 9/11.
I can understand Americans and Europeans being suspicious of Muslims and choosing not to associate with them, especially during this war that Islam's true believers are waging on us, but if you're part of the "Kill 'em all!" crowd, then you would have been calling for the death of me, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Wafa Sultan, Nonie Darwish, Ibn Warraq, Walid Phares, etc.
We got out and spoke out, and if we all focus on the true threat and finally end up burying Jihad, many more will.