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The goal of the boycott, you see, is a “universal law” forbidding “defamation of religions” — which in practice will mean forbidding honest discussion of the jihad and Islamic supremacism.
“Boycott campaign moves ahead, issues new poster,” by Linda Hindi for Jordan Times, June 20 (thanks to Diana West):
Spencer: Free Speech Dies at the UN
The war against free speech is advancing rapidly: Associated Press reported Thursday that “Muslim countries have won a battle to prevent Islam from being criticised during debates by the UN Human Rights Council.” Council President Doru-Romulus Costea explained that religious issues can be “very complex, very sensitive and very intense…This council is not prepared to discuss religious matters in depth, consequently we should not do it.” Henceforth only religious scholars would be permitted to broach them.
George Orwell meets the OIC
“We sent a clear message to the West regarding the red lines that should not be crossed.”
That sounds like the statement of a victor in a war, dictating terms to the vanquished. And it may well be:Â free speech is under attack in Canada — the prosecution of Macleans Magazine and author Mark Steyn — and in the United States as well by Islamic governments and groups whose goal is to end free speech when it is aimed at exposing the truth about Islamic terrorism and its roots.
Their goal is positively Orwellian.Â Replace “Big Brother” with the “Organization of the Islamic Conference” and you have the world the OIC wants to impose on us all.
We need more cartoons!
Danish Muslims Take Prophet Cartoons to EU Court
* Using ‘Human Rights’ to shut you up: coming from those who want to replace human rights with sharia. The world has gone mad…
COPENHAGEN â€” Danish Muslims are planning to take Denmark’s Jyllands-Posten daily to Europe’s highest human rights court over the publication of satirical drawings of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him).
“[Danish] Muslim organizations intend to take the case to the European Court of Human Rights,” Muslim leader Mohammed Khalid Samha told IslamOnline.net on Friday, June 20.
The move comes a day after a Danish court rejected a suit by seven Muslim groups against newspaper editors for publishing the offensive cartoons.
“We were quite sure that the Danish judiciary would not be fair to Muslims,” said Samha.