Sunday, June 15, 2008

Storm Track Intimidation: Muslim Leaders to West – Curb Your Tongues

How dare we! How dare we exercise our most basic freedoms including that of the freedom of speech! How dare we!

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia: A Muslim political leader urged Western governments Monday to hit out more strongly against acts that are offensive to Islam.

Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, secretary-general of the 56-nation Organization of the Islamic Conference, warned there seemed to be a growing "campaign of hate and discrimination" against Muslims by a small number of individuals and organizations.


You mean we have small minority of trouble makers just like Islam does? Who would have thought? Hey! I’ve got news for you swami. That a small number of individuals and organizations who seek to tell the truth about you backward religion is lager than you think and you’ve been systematically trying to silence their voices.

In a speech to a conference in Kuala Lumpur on improving ties between Muslims and the West, Ihsanoglu praised Western nations for criticizing acts such as the recent release of an anti-Quran film by a Dutch lawmaker, but said more should have been done.

"Mere condemnation or distancing from the acts of the perpetrators of Islamophobia will not resolve the issue, as long as they remain free to carry on with their campaign of incitement and provocation on the plea of freedom of expression," Ihsanoglu said.


Well get used to it Ihsanoglu. It called freedom of expression and it will not die no matter what supporters of political Islam wants.

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1 Comments:

  • You really should use spell-check when you post your blogs. In almost every single blog you post, there are at least one, sometimes several spelling errors. It really reduces your credibility and persuasiveness of what you write.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:26 AM  

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