We have been discussing the erosion of free speech in England with an ever expanding range of criminalized speech. Individuals and groups now regularly call police to charge people who say anything deemed offensive or insulting to a race, religion, or group. It appears suicide bomber Salman Abedi was among the outraged insulted and filed a complaint with his school over an “Islamaphobic” statement of his teacher in class about . . . you guessed it . . . suicide bombers.The man who would kill 22 people (mostly young girls) was reportedly outraged when a teacher raised the question of the morality of suicide bombers. Abedi went to the school’s religious education teacher to file a complaint. Accounts are also emerging of Abedi partying and drinking with friends. He supposedly would hang out in an Arabic speaking clique that would include gang rapist Bilal Ahmed (shown second from the left). After a trip to Libya, he appeared more radicalized. As discussed earlier, his father had fought with an offshoot of Al Qaeda in Libya.The desire of Abedi to claim of victimization from offensive speech is not the reason he became a terrorist. It took extremist religious orthodoxy to do that. However, the fact that a group of students would claim religious offense over the mere use of suicide bombers is indicative of what we are seeing around the world, including the United States. We are raising a generation of hypersensitive and victimized youth, teaching them that the world is full of microagressions and offensives. The purpose of the teacher’s comment was obviously to present an extreme moral contrast for the class to discuss. Yet, Abedi and his friends thought little on the pedagogical purpose of the question and simply translated it immediately into a form of religious offense.