Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Storm Track Appeasement: Oh! Canada!

While Mark Steyn is defending himself in the kangaroo court of the Human Rights Commission of Canada against hate speech, who did Canada extend a visa to? Qazi Hussein Ahmad, a Pakistani terror leader.

The good news is that it was eventually denied as a result of the public outcry and political pressure preventing him from speaking at the ISNA conference.

Qazi Hussein Ahmad has been banned from more than 25 countries across Europe and the Middle East for the activities of the Pakistani Jamaat-e-Islami (JEI) organization that he heads. Terrorism analysts around the world have noted JEI’s close ties to al-Qaeda, and Qazi has publicly defended Osama bin Laden, admitting to meeting with him on several occasions and claiming that no definitive proof exists of bin Laden’s involvement in the 9/11 attacks.

In an October 2002 interview with Der Speigel Qazi went so far as to deny al-Qaeda’s existence altogether and defended his group’s support of the Taliban, saying that “they were just and honorable men, who brought peace to Afghanistan.”


Yes. And Hitler brought peace to the streets of Germany and Stalin brought peace to Russia.

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1 Comments:

  • FREEDOM OF SPEECH

    By
    Larry Houle
    www.godofreason.com
    E-mail: intermedusa@yahoo.com

    Freedom of speech and expression are unimpeachable human rights. We have the right to reason, to explore, to seek the truth of any question - total freedom of thought. To think and reason without fear of jail/death. No one has the right to threaten, coerce, intimidate anyone with torture, prison or death for freely expressing, views that they do not agree with – no matter how abhorrent those views.

    We have the right to challenge any ideology, government, leaders of any state, heads of any organizations, the tenets and beliefs of any ideology - religious or otherwise. The right to write any thought, read any book, pursue any intellectual enterprise in the arts, literature, sciences, paint any picture, draw any caricature no matter how offense.

    The right to change one’s religion without fear of death. The right to freely preach and practice non violently one’s religion without coercion or intimidation but with liberty and tolerance in any country. The right to explore the truth of any religious question, including the truth as to the origins, sources, and teachings of any religion. The unqualified liberty to question and descent from any religion and its teachings. The right to condemn all religious practices that violate human rights. The total and complete rejection of religious teachings of extermination, genocide, murder, terror, violence, hate, torture, cruelty, intolerance and bigotry. The right not to believe in God.

    All mankind has the right to freedom and democracy, equality before the law, freedom of action, freedom of thought.

    Freedom of speech, expression, press, democracy, can be bled to death not by a 1000 cuts. Just a few strategic stabs can leave our freedoms that tens of thousands of brave soldiers died defending bleeding slowly to death on the side of the road.

    By Blogger personalrep1, at 2:16 AM  

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