Abolishing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to replace it with sharia.
Replacing the U.S. Constitution Â & the Bill of Rights With Sharia.Â America now has a White House that is fully shariah-compliant.
Whitewash in the White HouseÂ (GoV)
|7.||Expresses its deep concernÂ over theÂ frequent and erroneous association of Islam with violations of human rightsÂ and theÂ misuse of the print and audio-visual media in propagating such misconceptionsÂ which lead to the reinforcement of prejudice and discrimination against Muslims andÂ calls onthe Member States to undertake information activities to counter these activities;|
|8.||Notes with grave concernÂ the increasing trend of Islamophobic measures in the Western countries, stressesÂ the responsibility of those States to ensure full respect to IslamÂ and all divine religions and the inapplicability of using freedom of expression or press as a pretext to defame religions, andÂ calls forrefrain from imposing restrictions, in any form whatsoever, on the cultural and religious rights and freedoms of people.|
|9.||DenouncesÂ media campaigns andÂ fabrications made by some quarters in non-Member States regarding the mistreatment of non-Muslim minorities and communities in the OIC Member StatesÂ under the slogan of religious freedoms and so on.|
|10.||ExpressesÂ the need to pursue, as a matter of priority, a common policy aimed atÂ preventing defamation of Islam perpetrated under the pretext and justification of the freedom of expressionÂ in particular through media and Internet.|
There are a few things to notice in these items:
- The OIC would have us take as a given that any association of Islam with human rights violations is “erroneous”. That is, there cannot be any truth to such allegations, and Muslims never violate anyone’s human rights due to the tenets of their religion. Any allegations of the mistreatment of non-Muslim minorities in Muslim countries areÂ prima facieÂ “fabrications”.This is actually quite true, from the perspective of Islamic law. The treatment of non-believers, apostates, women, gays, adulterers, etc. is meted out according to the shariah, and is quite compatible with the Cairo Declaration of Human Rights in Islam, which is what the OIC means when it refers to “human rights”.
- The “misuse of the print and audio-visual media in propagating such misconceptions” refers to operations like this one, and especially to the much larger blogs and media outlets that oppose Islamization.Our activities are improper, and must be shut down.
- “The responsibility of those States to ensure full respect to Islam” is a reference to UNHRC Resolution 16/18, which aims to combat the defamation of Islam.The addendum of “and all divine religions” is a smokescreen, since Islamic law does not recognize any other divine religions. There is only one.
- The right to free expression does not extend to the defamation of Islam, which UN member states are obliged to prevent.
All of this is straightforward, and what we expect from the OIC. What has changed in the last year or so is the willingness of the United States to accept the OIC’s requirements on the “defamation of religions” and attempt to implement them through the UN, doing an end run around the First Amendment.
A document entitledÂ “Empowering Local Partners to Prevent Violent Extremism in the United States”Â [pdf] was released earlier this month by the White House. Once again, this is pretty dull reading â€” the usual useless claptrap that we’ve come to expect from the federal government over the last ten years about how it plans to fight “terrorism”. It was bad enough under George W. Bush, but it has gotten worse under the Light-Bringer.
Before I quote anything from this confection, let’s analyze some of the word usage in it.