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OIC CHAIRMAN IHSANOGLU SLAMS FRANCE OVER CHARLIE HEBDO’S MO-COMIC BOOK…….

 

Yeah, he told me the same thing in 2008 in Helsinki, that I couldn’t insult his prophet.

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The freedom sir, does not mean insulting, this is not acceptable, this is incitement to hatred on a religious basis, on a racial basis is prohibited by international convention.

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oic slams france over mocomic book 5.1.2013

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has slammed caricatures of the Prophet (peace be upon him), published in the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, saying it incites hatred and intolerance against Muslims.

OIC Secretary-General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu expressed concern at the publication of the comic book series on the life of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).

Ihsanoglu said the publication went against the norms of responsible journalism and was tantamount to abuse of the right to freedom of expression. He added that incitement and advocacy of hatred and intolerance on religious grounds signified by this publication was in contravention of international human rights laws and instruments.

More here. Via ZIP

 

3 Responses

  1. In terms of exposing the raw underbelly of this faux religion, it could be done with quite easily. We have the records both in writing and photography to indict this perversion of humanity and condemn it for what it is. It would not be for the faint of heart to read for the overwhelming horror of its infliction upon the world would cause the strongest of us to sicken under its weight. For certain readers, do not confuse that momentary turn of stomach for fear of islam – it may well come to pass that the west will re-unify against this great cancer of humanity once and for all and do so without shedding one tear. It will come with unbridled fury and be justly administered to those who have turned their back on God himself.

  2. His ‘prophet’?

    Make that his non-prophet, for Mo probably never existed.

    I encourage everyone to use “Muhammed (if he even existed)” when referring to the Big Mo of the Muslims. That’s probably a no-no under Shariah law, but who cares?

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