Bacon Lady's Actions Not Kosher
The woman is reading some troubling verses from the Qur'an and commenting on them.
I have no trouble with that. It's fair game to cite what's been written in a debate/discussion.
I do have two cautions about that sort of thing, though.
First, I checked some of her citations in a copy of the Qur'an I borrowed from the library. The copy I consulted had different translations of the verses she cited - less troubling ones. Not being an expert on the original language, I don't know what version is the more accurate translation.
Second, verses taken in isolation can be misunderstood. Was the intention symbolic? Was it hyperbole? Was it culturally based? I don't know. Imagine how a non-Christian might interpret Jesus' admonition to pluck out one's eye, for example, not realizing he did not mean it literally.
Still, citing passages as she did is still acceptable.
But then she tore pages out of the Qur'an and burned them. That was provocative and disrespectful - not worthy of a Christian.
Even worse, she used slices of raw bacon as her bookmarks. Given the Muslim views on pork, that was offensive.
Sadly, one site I went to that promoted her video "proudly" and described her as a "Catholic" - indeed, a "Tridentine Catholic."
Debate the issues. Cite the Qur'an to reveal things about that faith - fine. That's in keeping with Catholic/Christian behavior.
But burning the pages and using bacon in that way was simply not in keeping with what the Church teaches.
Such actions make Catholics - Tridentine Catholics - look bad.