"This is not the treatment usually accorded a guest and an old friend who has shared your dangers," Idaho said, knowing he'd used this argument before.
Stilgar put down his cup, setting it carefully into its place on the tray
and keeping his attention on it as he spoke. "We Fremen don't feel guilt for the same things that arouse such feelings in others," he said. He raised his attention to Idaho's face.
He must be made to take Ghani and flee this place, Idaho thought. He said: "It was not my intention to raise a storm of guilt."
"I understand that," Stilgar said. "I raise the question to impress upon you our Fremen attitude, because that is what we are dealing with: Fremen. Even Alia thinks Fremen."
"And the Priests?"
Sorry, I'm not well versed in english, could someone explain the party about raising the question, i see no question.