Malaysia Calls Twitter Journo a 'Terrorist'…

Interpol: the long arm of Sowdi Barbaria?

Insulting the profit of Islam is considered blasphemous and can be punishable by death in Saudi Arabia.  If Interpol is now being used, in effect, to enforce shariah blasphemy laws, it is not just somebody else’s problem. It is ours.

Sharia’s Police? (Center for Security Policy)

Interpol was used to extradite a man who simply spoke his mind about Islam’s prophet – and who now faces death in Saudi Arabia.  (Gaffney)

Home Minister Hishamuddin Hussein said the deportation to Saudi Arabia was legal and that Malaysia cannot be seen as a safe haven.

Hamza Kashgari, 23, was sent back to Saudi Arabia on Sunday.

Senior Saudi cleric says Twitter blasphemer should be killed even if he repents

Compare and contrast. If these are the principles that inform the functioning of your society, you have a problem. An update on this story. “Reprieve unlikely for Saudi writer after cleric backs death sentence,” from Emirates 24-7, February 13 via JW.

The cleric of course has the scripture on his side:

The proof of the necessity of killing anyone who  curses the Prophet or finds fault with him

The Qur’an says that Allah curses the one who harms the Prophet in this world and He connected harm of Himself to harm of the Prophet. There is no dispute that anyone who curses Allah is killed and that his curse demands that he be categorised as an unbeliever. The judgement of the unbeliever is that he is killed.

Obama is in the White House and endorses their efforts. The OIC has tried for years to compel Western states to restrict free speech and outlaw truth-telling about Islam, and now it is pressing on toward final victory. Apparently OIC top dogs are not satisfied with the current rate of compliance of the dhimmi mainstream media, even though it is almost total: the media constantly ignores, downplays, and obfuscates the ways in which Islamic jihadists use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and supremacism, the Islamic character of honor killings, and more. Yet the OIC thinks that there is a “smear campaign against Islam in newspapers and media institutions in the West” — in other words, the truth is still getting out, because Muslims keep committing acts of violence in the name of Islam and it is hard even for the media to cover it up totally. So…time for another media workshop.

“OIC To Hold Media Workshop To Address Smear Campaign Against Islam,” fromBernama, February 13:

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 13 (Bernama) — The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is to hold a media workshop in Brussels on Feb 15 to 16 pertaining to the smear campaigns against Islam in newspapers and media institutions in the West.The objective of this first-of-its-kind workshop is to develop media-related mechanisms to address the smear campaigns, the OIC said in a statement.

It said the workshop will discuss at length the reasons behind and the results of the Western media’s offensive campaigns against the symbols and sanctities of Islam and Muslims, which it added still occur from time to time.

“The workshop will represent a quantum leap in media action, as it discusses, beyond rhetoric, the practical steps to address the phenomenon of Islamophobia,” the OIC said….


3 thoughts on “Malaysia Calls Twitter Journo a 'Terrorist'…”

  1. I wonder if the pislamic world will ignite again when this 23 year old man, who is actually capable of thought, is murdered by the butcher of riad. I suspect not! The typical islamic response – murder those who question islamic dogma because you cannot defend it on its merits (or lack thereof).

  2. Can’t the UK arrange a prisoner exchange: They get Abu Qatada, we get Hamza Kashgari. We will even throw in Qatada’s family.

    How many imams are in the west, how about we start to threaten them with death for insulting our sacred beliefs, like the emancipation of western women, despicability of slavery?

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