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Ad Hoc Cmte.: Interesting Readers


Ad Hoc Committee on Complementary Standards was viewed 174 times on Bloggersbase, but only 10 times at Freedom Ain’t Free. I do not have a means of tracing readers at Bloggersbase, but Stat Counter‘s Visitor Activity Report revealed two interesting visitors.

Croatia’s Ministry Of Foreign Affairs viewed the post  September 15.  The United Nations Office At Geneva spent 24 minutes on the post September 16. No referral information was available for either visit.

The committee is scheduled to meet from October 19 to October 30 to work on their proposed protocol to ICERD. The purpose of the protocol is to criminalize criticism of Islam.

Now the UN is aware of the fact that Eye On the UN‘s reporting about their activities did not go entirely unnoticed. They probably don’t know yet that their own favorite weapon is being turned against them. Islam’s canon of scripture, tradition, exegeses & jurisprudence contravenes  vital provisions of ICERD, ICCPR & ICPPG. While Islam makes false accusations against its critics, we can  make accurate accusations against them.  We can prove the fact that Islamic doctrines subject the war cult to being banned under the provisions of those same covenants.

Some of that proof has been published in the International Qur’an Petition, also posted at Bloggersbase, where it drew only 96 readers. Seven previous blog posts detailing Islam’s contravention of international law were compiled into an e-book: Islam vs Human Rights which serves as an exhibit of evidence for the petition.

Now is the time for lovers of truth and liberty to stand up for those values by endorsing, publicizing and promoting the petition, just as Islam is ramping up its annual attack on our freedom of speech.

On September 14, Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UN, speaking on behalf of the OIC, made remarks about this issue.

The OIC would also like to point out that some of the worst forms of discrimination that lie at the heart of the contemporary human rights discourse such as defamation of religious, increased racial and religious discrimination, incitement to hatred, violence and related intolerance against specific individuals and communities have not found place in the High Commissioners statement. Respect for religious and cultural diversity is fundamental towards achieving die objective of discrimination free societies and a world of equal treatment for all. Calls for restrictions on religious symbols, dress codes or construction of religious sites run contrary to the fundamentals of human rights and must be addressed.  We do hope that these important issues will be duly addressed by the High Commissioner in future.

Note their priorities: defamation of Islam is one of the worst forms of discrimination at the heart of human rights discourse.  Deaths and displacements caused by their Jihad don’t concern them. Slavery is not an issue. Assaults, rapes and impositions against religious minorities in Asia, Africa and Egypt don’t rank in their list of human rights issues.  Religious discrimination: Jizya imposed upon Christians. Incitement to hatred: read the Qur’an.  Violence: its called Jihad and is being waged in Asia & Africa against Christians and Hindus.   Dress codes: have you read the Pact of Umar? Construction of religious sites: try to build a church in Egypt or Saudi Arabia!  The arrogance and hypocrisy of Islam know no bounds.  Lets throw these issues back in their face.

If you value peace, truth and justice, now is the time to demonstrate  their importance to you by endorsing, publicizing and promoting the International Qur’an Petition.

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September 17, 2009 - Posted by | United Nations | , , ,

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