One needs to consider whether their calls for individual…

One needs to consider whether their calls for individual freedom do actually promote cultural genocide in toto. An example is there in Afghanistan, for more than 40 years they have tried to establish an urban life of Euro-American norms in a mostly village culture, but it is obviously very hard to make it work, since it would hypothetically require killing everyone and planting a whole new type of people there, a people who may in any case not gravitate towards Euro-American norms. This is also why when “human rights abuses” are brought up, they are often in terms of one race or ethnicity and its culture, using weapons against another race or ethnicity. One or the other may portray itself as more liberal and open-minded in order to curry favor internationally, but at the end of the day it is a tribalist or racialist conflict which has come up.

It seems the Original Sin doctrine is theologically problematic…

It seems the Original Sin doctrine is theologically problematic in Islam since (first and foremost) it opens the door for Trinitarian ideas of the “Son” coming down to earth as a god walking among men – more so than God punishing people of later times for the sins of their parents, which is in fact a hypothetical possibility absent revelation.