The heinous attempt by the OIC-led U.N. joke of a “human rights council” to force the Islamist agenda on us all by passing anti-defamation of religion resolutions is being protested by over 100 groups internationally.
Very good news – let’s keep it up. Much of entire human civilization depends on our ability to object to vile “religious” practices that enslave mankind. With such despicable legislation in place, a cannibal could obstensibly claim “religious persecution” if we object to his practices. All non-theists could be arrested for their mere existence, since they “defame religion” by not adhering to it.
And we all know what the real intent here is with these resolutions: To make Islam immune to criticism so that it can engulf the entire world.
More than 100 non-governmental organisations Thursday protested attempts by some governments to push through a UN resolution to save religion from defamation.
Those NGOs said such a move, if it leads to a binding UN resolution, could give states more reasons to adopt new domestic laws clamping down on human rights and freedom of expression.
The UN General Assembly’s human rights committee was considering a draft resolution put forward by Syria, Venezuela and Belarus asking the UN to oppose the ‘negative stereotyping of religions’.
The draft raises ‘deep concern’ that racial and religious profiling have continued against certain groups of people and that Muslim minorities remain the target of attacks following the Sep 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against the US.
The draft calls on the UN to oppose ‘manifestations of intolerance and discrimination in matters of religions or belief still evident in the world’.
It would condemn ‘all acts of psychological and physical violence and assaults’ on people on the basis of their religion or belief.
NGOs from 20 countries joined the protest, including Freedom House, the Centre for Democracy and Human Rights in Saudi Arabia, the Anti-Defamation League, UN Watch and the American Jewish Congress.
They said the UN was trying to create a new legal mechanism to fight ‘incitement to racial and religious hatred’ and was making the mechanism binding on states.
Freedom House said such a resolution is ‘incompatible with the fundamental freedoms of individuals to freely exercise and peacefully express their thoughts, ideas and beliefs’.