Ali Eteraz takes a stand:
I always considered myself a humanist and do still. It just cannot be the case that only one "side" of a political divide have a monopoly on humanism. I know for a fact that Isaiah Berlin would not exactly be welcome in some parts of the left; nor Solzhenitsyn. [I also know that Burke would be ridiculed in some parts of the right]. I cannot in clean conscience engage against religious supremacism and exclusion if I engage in ideological supremacism and exclusion.
(Hat tip: Winds of Change.)