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Islamophobia: UN Censorship Agenda 2012


Call it Islamophobia, defamation of Islam, defamation of religions,
vilification or negative stereotyping, it still implies and entails
criminalizing the questioning, criticism and exposure of the damnable
doctrines & practices of Islam.  The name and the rhetoric
change; the intention does not.  The OIC & UN seek to codify
the following into international & national law:

At the opening of the 19th session of the
Human Rights Council February 28, 2012, Ekmeleddin_Insanoglu, Secretary
General of the OIC, made revealing remarks which expose the true agenda
of Islam and the UN.  At the time of this writing, no new draft
resolutions on this subject have been uploaded to the HRC extranet, but
I presume that one will be shortly before March 20.  I have
excerpted the relevant paragraphs, adding links to two previous
resolutions mentioned in the speech.

Islamophobia
is a contemporary manifestation of racism. Combating Islamophobia as
well as

vilification of all religions and denigration of symbols and
personalities sacred to all religions

is a matter of priority at the OIC. We regret that events representing
constitutionalization and

institutionalization of Islamophobia continue to unfold. Most
disconcerting is Islamophobia

being used as an instrument of electoral politics. This is a dangerous
trend that needs to be

arrested. It threatens the multicultural fabric of societies. It could
seriously undermine

international community’s efforts aimed at interfaith harmony that
could underwrite peace

and security- particularly so in a world faced with the menace of
terrorism. There is an urgent

need to initiate and sustain ‘preventive cultural diplomacy.

It is in this context that OIC took the initiative embodied in the
resolution 16/1 8. This session

marks the first anniversary of the consensual passage of this
resolution. It was based on the

eight points that I mentioned during my address to the 15th session of
the Council in

September 201 0. I am glad that these points found resonance with all
the negotiating partners

and resulted in a process of consensus building. We must now build on
the consensus. It is

with this. in mind that I initiated – with the presence and
participation of US Secretary of

State Hillary Clinton, Baroness Ashton and other Ministers – the
Istanbul Process for a

consensual implementation of this resolution. The process seems to be
going forward with

the last meeting held in Washington and the next to be scheduled in the
EU region. OIC will

also be hosting an event this year to further the Process. We believe
it is important to have a

structured engagement. We must address the grey areas and the whole
package of interrelated

issues by accommodating all concerns of all parties. The alternative
approach in resolutions ‘

16/18
at HRC and 66/167 at UNGA has put the decade of polarization
and politicization

behind us. This enables us to address the real issues and chart out a
sustainable and result-oriented

course of action at the national and the international levels. Recent
events

characterized by loss of lives in Norway and Afghanistan underscored
the importance of

concerted and consensual international action. OIC has demonstrated
ability to build consensus

on the most sensitive of international issues. We look forward to being
reciprocated in the same spirit.

Islamophobia

Phobia implies irrationality.  There is nothing
irrational about fear & loathing of Islam because terrorism is an
intrinsic sacrament1
of Islam.

racism

What race is Islam? It originated in Arabia, but it
enslaved millions of Africans & Asians through conquest. Ideology
& religion are dynamic, but race is static and immutable.  We
do not hate Muslims because of their skin color, we hate their belief2 that they
have a divine
mission to convert or enslave
us through conquest.

Muslims use false accusations of racism to denigrate
& calumniate its critics because they can not refute the facts we
present.

vilification of all religions

In the Qur’an, Jews are those who “earned your anger” &
Christians are those who “went astray”
. We are described as the worst of living creatures”. They recite Surah Al-Fatiha
seventeen times each day, reminding Allah why he should burn us.

denigration of personalities

Truthfully describing Muhammad as a lecherous
pedophile who married a six year old girl, arranged
the divorce
of his daughter in law so he could add her to his
harem and ordered the murder of critics is denigration of a
sacred person but denial of Christ’s
paternity
, divinity, crucifixion,
death & resurrection
and depicting him as a  warlord who will return to lead the Muslims in the
final genocide 3 is perfectly
ok.

constitutionalization

It is nearly certain that this is a reference to the
anti-Shari’ah movement to pass legislation and constitutional
amendments to exclude foreign law, including Shari’ah from our court system.

instrument of electoral politics

That is an obvious reference to campaign
advertisements and ‘debate’ statements critical of Islam.  They
want to criminalize criticism of Islam by candidates for office.

interfaith harmony

Translation: submission to Islam.  The sentence
including that phrase is a thinly veiled threat of war.

polarization

The sentence containing that word is a reference to
the dispute over the ‘defamation of religions’ meme. The position of
Western Civilization is that defamation and legal protection from its
effects belong to individuals, not to religions. Our side views the
defamation meme as an existential threat to freedom of
expression.  Islam views freedom of expression as subordinate to
their sensitivities. Muslims are sensitive because they know that Islam
is an impious fraud but are so heavily invested in it that they can not
acknowledge the fact.

defamation

The claim that Res16/18 eliminated the defamation
meme and associated conflict is malignant malarkey.  There is no
significant difference between defamation and negative
stereotyping.  A/C.3/66/L.48/Rev.1, passed Dec. 19, ’12 along
with A/66/167, emphasizes that “that no religion should be
equated with
terrorism,
as this may have adverse consequences on the
enjoyment of
the right to freedom of religion or belief of all members of the
religious communities concerned;”.

At the opening of Session 19, Qatar’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs had this
to say
:

The international community still
faces a major challenge


due to the worsening impact
of racist practices, racial


discrimination, acts of
violence and related conflicts. These


practices have become evident
in the

defamation
and negative

stereotyping
of religions
, as well
as in the incitement to violence


against people on the basis
of their religion or belief.

  1. 3:151, 7:4, 8:12, 8:57 8:60, 33:26, 59:2, 59:13, Sahih Bukhari Volume 1, Book 7, Number 331,
    Sahih Bukhari Volume 4, Book 52, Number 220,

  2. Islam is inseverable, all or nothing. 2:85
    strictly prohibits selectivity, making Islam a package deal.  Believers
    are only those who “fight in Allah’s cause”, which is to make Islam dominate the world.
  3. “In the future, the Jews will support the Dajjal (False Messiah);
    and the Muslims, along with
    `Isa, son of Mary, will kill the Jews
    . This will occur just
    before the end of this world.”

 

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