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U.N. decides freedom of speech doesn’t mean speaking freely about Islam

 

Just as our elected officials create convenient areas of privilege which absolve them from obeying laws which are so enthusiastically applied to the rest of us, so Muslims are seeking to become a privileged class with the exclusive right to decide what offends their religious sensibilities and what level of punishment must be meted out for the particular affront.

Since 1999, the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) has demanded all nations adopt laws concerning “defamation of religion” which would subject offenders to appropriate criminal punishment for “blasphemy” worldwide. At the heart of this movement is the contention that “…the international community should ‘come out of hiding from behind the excuse of freedom of expression.’” (1)

It seems all this United States-inspired, freedom-motivated nonsense about protecting First Amendment rights gets in the way of what is really important, that being the ability of followers of Islam to impose Sharia restrictions on a foolishly audacious American people…

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via U.N. decides freedom of speech doesn’t mean speaking freely about Islam.

 

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