Saudi Barbaria pushes UN to put “resolution 16/18 into effect”

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Pakistan-Ulema-CouncilThis is the same Pakistan Ulema Council that has endorsed jihad-martyrdom suicide bombings, so its understanding of what constitutes “extremes” and “excesses” might not be identical to that of your average Western non-Muslim analyst. In any case, their fatwa against the jihad terror groups is, unfortunately, unlikely to be effective, since the Islamic State and […] BY ROBERT SPENCER

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When they don’t do jihad, they “address Islamophobia” – an invented condition that suggests those who oppose the Mohammedan psychosis are themselves… insane:

CAIRO – Tackling challenges that face Canadian Muslims, a youth-led event was held in Ontario’s Mississauga on Saturday, June 6, in a bid to empower the religious minority to find its voice.“
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Saudi Arabia hosts UN-backed human rights summit ‘on combating religious discrimination’

Once again, the UN kowtows to Soddy Barbarian masters of perversion:

Saudi Arabia has hosted an international conference on human rights, attended by the president of the UN Human Rights Council, and resolved to combat intolerance and violence based on religious belief.

Saudi Arabia has hosted an international conference on human rights, attended by the president of the UN Human Rights Council, and resolved to combat intolerance and violence based on religious belief.

The kingdom convened the fifth annual meeting of the Istanbul Process as its Supreme Court prepared to rule on the case of blogger Raif Badawi, sentenced to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes for “insulting Islam through religious channels”. It later upheld the sentence.

The UN HRC recently faced criticism over Saudi plans to head up the council from 2016, in what critics said would be the “final nail in the coffin” for the international body.

And the Geneva-based human rights campaign group UN Watch accused HRC president Joachim Rücker of giving “false international legitimacy” to the two-day conference on religious freedoms held in Jeddah on 3 and 4 June.

According to a report in the Saudi Gazette, the participants in the conference “began with an agreement to put [HRC] resolution 16/18 into effect” – a pledge by all member states to combat “intolerance and discrimination, incitement to violence and violence against persons based on religion or belief”.

“In addition, participants agreed on the importance on providing human rights education and encouraging religious and cultural diversity in communities.”

Invited to make the opening statement at the conference, Mr Rücker told the summit: “Religious intolerance and violence committed in the name of religion rank among the most significant human rights challenges of our times.”

But Hillel Neuer, executive director of UN Watch, said: “It’s bad enough that the oppressive and fundamentalist Saudi monarchy was elected to sit on the UN Human Rights Council.

“But for top UN human rights officials to now visit Jeddah and smile while human rights activist Raif Badawi languishes in prison for the crime of religious dissent, still under threat of further flogging, is to pour salt in the wounds. It’s astonishing.”

Saudi Supreme Court upholds guilty verdict against blogger for insulting Islam

RAIF-BADAWIIn the enlightened West, we don’t jail and flog people for insulting Islam. We believe in the freedom of speech and the free exchange of ideas, including the right to criticize ideas one finds wanting in whatever way. In the free and enlightened West, the only thing that will happen to you if you are perceived as insulting Islam will be that you will be excoriated as a racist and a bigot, shunned in all polite company, and if targeted for assassination by Islamic jihadists, blamed for provoking them.

2 thoughts on “Saudi Barbaria pushes UN to put “resolution 16/18 into effect””

  1. HRC16/18 can not be enforced. ICERD can be. The Ad Hoc Cmte. on Elaboration of Complementary Standards is working on a binding protocol to ICERD that will let them throw us in prison for criticising Islam.

    1. One is as dangerous as the other. ICERD is what they are currently working on, whereas HRC16/18 has already been signed by the deranged Hillary Clinton who is enthralled with Huma Abedin.

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