The nation that instituted the Magna Carta and that’s largely responsible for modern Western traditions of liberty and free speechÂ submits to a “higher” power:
“Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, secretary-general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), said the international community should ‘come out of hiding from behind the excuse of freedom of expression’, a reference to Western arguments against a universal blasphemy law that the OIC has sought for over a decade.”Â
So the question which naturally arises is on what, exactly, do Baroness Warsi and her British government colleagues intend to “cooperate” with the OIC? What “mutual goals” does the UK government think it has with an organization which seeks to limit universal human rights, curb freedom of expression, and establish its headquarters in the capital city of a UN member sovereign country?
What “mutual goals”? Well, one side appears to have an inordinate desire to want to submit while the other side is keen to make it do so.
AÂ win-win situation (for sharia), no?
“To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.” — Voltaire
For my part, I stopped looking long ago. And I will never allow savages to rule over me.
by Enza Ferreri
If there are moderate Muslims in the UK, this is the moment for them to make their voices heard.
Pakistan’s Railways Minister has offered $100,000 for the murder of the filmmaker ofÂ The Innocence of Muslims.
That’s just been doubled: