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The United Caliphate of The United Nations

December 23, 2007

Defaming Islam @ Gates of Vienna
by Baron Bodissey

screw_un_small_40-vi.jpgAccording to CNS news, the UN General Assembly has passed a resolution against the “defamation of religions”, especially Islam.

The UN resolution dovetails perfectly with the Framework Decision and the European Parliament resolution on combating the rise of extremism in Europe. The UN is Sauron to the EU’s Saruman, but both organizations are working the same evil magic and reading from the same book of spells. Similar American versions of this mischief have been floated in Congress since the Democrats took over.

What makes the UN resolution different from the EU’s initiatives — and what probably caused some European countries to vote against it — is that the UN version mentions Islam as a specially protected religion. No other religion is specified in it. The United Nations now makes it official: Islam has been elevated above other religions, and has effectively become the established religion at the UN.

UN General Assembly adopts resolution against defamation of religion

[JURIST] The UN General Assembly has passed a resolution [draft text, PDF] against “defamation of religion,” expressing concern about laws that have led to religions discrimination and profiling since Sept. 11.

The resolution, supported by the Organization of the Islamic Conference [official website], passed Tuesday by a vote of 108-51 [press release, see Annex X], with 25 abstentions. Many Western nations and other democracies opposed the resolution

The UN Human Rights Council passed a similar resolution [JURIST report] opposing defamation of Islam in March, with many of the same western nations standing in opposition.

The resolution in it’s entirety.

United Nations
General Assembly
Distr.: Limited
2 November 2007

Original: English

Sixty-second session
Third Committee
Agenda item 70 (b)
Promotion and protection of human rights: human
rights questions, including alternative approaches
for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights
and fundamental freedoms

Pakistan:* draft resolution

Combating defamation of religions [islam]

The General Assembly,
Recalling that all States have pledged themselves, under the Charter of the
United Nations, to promote and encourage universal respect for and observance of
all human rights and fundamental freedoms without distinction as to race, sex, language or religion,
Recalling also the relevant resolutions of the Commission on Human Rights in
this regard,
Recalling further the United Nations Millennium Declaration adopted by the
welcoming the resolve expressed in the
General Assembly on 8 September 2000,
Millennium Declaration to take measures to eliminate the increasing acts of racism
and xenophobia in many societies and to promote greater harmony and tolerance in
all societies, and looking forward to its effective implementation at all levels,
including in the context of the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action
adopted by the World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination,
Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, held in Durban, South Africa, from 31 August
to 8 September 2001,

Recalling the proclamation of the Global Agenda for Dialogue among
and inviting States, the organizations and bodies of the United
Civilizations,
Nations system, within existing resources, other international and regional
organizations and civil societies to contribute to the implementation of the
Programme of Action contained in the Global Agenda,

* On behalf of the States Members of the United Nations that are members of the Organization of the Islamic Conference.

Welcoming the launch of the Alliance of Civilizations initiative, intended to
respond to the need for a committed effort by the international community, in order
to promote mutual respect and understanding among different cultures and societies,
and the assignment in this regard of the High Representative of the Secretary-
General for the Alliance of Civilizations,
Welcoming also the progress achieved in the follow-up to the Durban
Declaration and Programme of Action,

Underlining the importance of increasing contacts at all levels in order to
deepen dialogue and reinforce understanding among different cultures, religions and
civilizations, and welcoming in this regard the Declaration and Programme of
Action adopted by the Non-Aligned Movement Ministerial Meeting on Human
Rights and Cultural Diversit
y, held in Tehran [< – Absurd in it’s own right!] on 3 and 4 September 2007,

Reaffirming that discrimination against human beings on the grounds of
religion or belief constitutes an affront to human dignity and a disavowal of the
principles of the Charter,
Convinced that respect for cultural, ethnic, religious and linguistic diversity, as
well as dialogue among and within civilizations, is essential for peace,
understanding and friendship among individuals and people of the different cultures
and nations of the world, while manifestations of cultural prejudice, intolerance and
xenophobia towards different cultures and religions generate hatred and violence
among peoples and nations throughout the world,
Recognizing the valuable contributions of all religions to modern civilization
and the contribution that dialogue among civilizations can make to an improved
awareness and understanding of the common values shared by all humankind,
Reaffirming the need for all States to continue international efforts to enhance
dialogue and broaden understanding among civilizations, cultures and religions, and
emphasizing that States, regional organizations, non-governmental organizations,
religious bodies and the media have an important role to play in promoting
tolerance, respect for and freedom of religion and belief,
Underlining the important role of education in the promotion of cultural and
religious tolerance and the elimination of discrimination based on religion or belief,

Alarmed at the continuing negative impact of the events of 11 September 2001
on Muslim minorities and communities in some non-Muslim countries, the negative
projection of Islam in the media and the introduction and enforcement of laws that
specifically discriminate against and target Muslims,
Alarmed also at the serious instances of intolerance, discrimination and acts of
violence based on religion or belief, intimidation and coercion motivated by
extremism, religious or otherwise, occurring in many parts of the world and
threatening the enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms,
Noting with concern that defamation of religions is among the causes of social
disharmony and leads to violations of human rights,

Deeply alarmed at the rising trends towards discrimination based on religion
and faith, including in some national policies and laws that stigmatize groups of
people belonging to certain religions and faiths under a variety of pretexts relating
to security and illegal immigration, and noting that the increased intellectual and
media discourse is among the factors exacerbating such discrimination,
Recalling its resolution 61/164 of 19 December 2006,
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1. Takes note of the report of the Secretary-General and the conclusion thereof;

2. Expresses its deep concern about the negative stereotyping of religions
and manifestations of intolerance and discrimination in matters of religion or belief
still in evidence in some regions of the world;

3. Strongly deplores physical attacks and assaults on businesses, cultural
centres and places of worship of all religions as well as targeting of religious
symbols;

4. Also expresses its deep concern about programmes and agendas pursued
by extremist organizations and groups aimed at the defamation of religions, in
particular when condoned by Governments;

5. Further expresses its deep concern thatIslam is frequently and wrongly
associated with human rights violations and terrorism;
[Au contraire! The proof is in the ‘bloody’ pudding.]

6. Notes with deep concern the intensification of the campaign of
defamation of religions and the ethnic and religious profiling of Muslim minorities
in the aftermath of the tragic events of 11 September 2001;

7. Recognizes that, in the context of the fight against terrorism and the
reaction to counter-terrorism measures, defamation of religions becomes an
aggravating factor [A Global threat outweighs bruised egos]. that contributes to the denial of fundamental rights and freedoms
of target groups, as well as their economic and social exclusion; [They purposefully exclude their selves.]

8. Deplores the use of the print, audio-visual and electronic media,
including the Internet, and any other means to incite acts of violence, xenophobia or
related intolerance and discrimination against Islam or any other religion, as well as targeting of religious symbols;

9. Stresses the need to effectively combat defamation of all religions, Islam
and Muslims in particular;

10. Emphasizes that everyone has the right to freedom of expression, which
should be exercised with responsibility and may therefore be subject to limitations
as provided by law and necessary for respect of the rights or reputations of others,
protection of national security or of public order, public health or morals and respect
for religions and beliefs;

11. Urges States to take resolute action to prohibit the dissemination of racist
and xenophobic ideas and material aimed at any religion or its followers that
constitute incitement to discrimination, hostility or violence;

12. Also urges States to provide, within their respective legal and
constitutional systems, adequate protection against acts of hatred, discrimination,
intimidation and coercion resulting from defamation of religions, to take all possible
measures to promote tolerance and respect for all religions and their value systems

I count “8″ mentions of “Islam and Muslim”. And although the term “religion” is inserted. Not a single OTHER religion is specifically mentioned. What does that tell you?

An inside look into the O.I.C. the U.N.’s partner in crime.
Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) Newsletter Issue Number 47
Date Release: 12/12/2007
First Annual Report on Islamophobia

The Secretary General of the OIC, Prof. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu addressed the opening session of the International Conference on Islamophobia held on December 8, 2007 in Istanbul, Turkey. The conference, which lasted for two days, was organized by the Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW). The Secretary General noted that the causes of Islamophobia are many and rooted in historical animosity, and currently it is the principle of freedom of expression that is being used as a cover to forment the phenomenon in the West, although many international and national legal instruments do not allow incitement to religious hatred. He also advocated the importance of moral and ethical responsibility in practicing democracy. The Secretary General stressed that dialogue initiatives should propose a specific path and have a well-defined ultimate goal. He expressed his firm conviction that what unites Islam and Christianity outweighs what keeps them apart based on their common beliefs and common ancestry and that it was on this premise that he had frequently called for a “Historic Reconciliation” between Islam and Christianity. The OIC Secretary General also alluded to the efforts of the OIC Islamophobia Observatory and heralded the forthcoming release by the Observatory of the first ever Annual Report on Islamophobia. The conference, with the participation of more than 150 scientists, scholars and NGO representatives from different countries have discussed the causes and manifestations of Islamophobia as well as the ways and means of combating it.

Islam. Islam. Islam. The ONLY religion to be respected. All bow down.. /sarc

As if that was not enough to make you see red.

The O.I.C. continues astride their high horse…

oic-journal.jpg
Issue Number 5 Date release 24/11/2007
Preview magazine

One of the biggest threats to global peace and security in our present time is the scourge of Islamophobia.[Step to peoples of the West you are not submitting quickly enough for their taste.] It is a matter of great concern not only to the Muslim world but also to humanity itself that the issue of Islamophobia is growing at an alarming rate. Today the Muslims are faced with a formidable challenge to counter an orchestrated campaign that is active in defaming Islam and distorting its sacred values of peace, tolerance.and acknowledging the other, that lies at the basis of the Islamic faith. The danger is being exacerbated by media
misreporting and provocations under the pretext of freedom of expression.

Islam has been a pioneer in championing democratic freedoms. [On what planet?] Freedom of expression is sacrosanct but it cannot be a license to hurt and abuse the sentiments and feelings held sacred by people of different faiths. To ignore or negate this fundamental value would be at the peril of civilized existence. [Loosing our freedoms would be the peril of civilization.]

It is unfortunate that a section of the global media and vested groups have chosen to stigmatize Muslims as terrorists and extremists. What is more outrageous is that some of the groups are now engaged in corrupting the minds of the young and cultivating hatred and prejudices by organizing symposiums in different colleges and universities in the US by equating Islam with Fascism. A great harm has been done by keeping alive a mistrust of Islam in the west through the inflammatory writings and blasphemous caricatures of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). [Get in line.]

The negative reports emanating from the West have more than often been the result of ignorance and insufficient knowledge of Islam and Muslims. Many reports have been on hearsay and distorted information.
There is therefore an urgent need for the international community to develop an awareness to counter this unholy campaign and muster the necessary political will to take collective action to counter Islamophobia for the sake of peaceful coexistence of people of all faiths and cultural backgrounds.

Given this background, the OIC has taken upon itself to meet the challenge of countering Islamphobia [awareness] in all its aspects. The OIC remains resolute in its condemnation of Islamophobia. At the same time, we will remain proactive in raising global awareness about the true values of Islam that are based on the principles of tolerance, peace and respect for religious beliefs of others. The Member States of the OIC have sent out a strong message that Islam and Muslims are opposed to terrorism [A broad statement. Did the extremists not get the interdepartmental memo? ] in all its forms and manifestations and against oppression and brutal suppression of legitimate struggles for self determination. The OIC is ready to join hands [tie our hands behind our backs.]. with the international community to develop a culture of peace and understanding among civilizations. In my statements during the ongoing 62nd Session of the UN General Assembly and also in my bilateral meetings with leaders of the Member States and western countries as well in my interventions at several reputed American think tanks in Washington DC and New York, I have underscored the dangers of Islamophobia [awareness] in no uncertain terms. I believe that it falls on governments and the civil society of all countries
to disseminate the message of tolerance and understanding down to the grass roots of society. In doing so, we will be able to form an Alliance of Civilizations [Become civilized then we will talk. Heh.] conducive to permit our future generations to
live in peaceful coexistence and harmony. [Under islam]

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Mind blowingly pretentious pathological liars harboring a superiority complex which has no equal.

How the Islamic states dominate the UN Human Rights Council

The fourth session of the new Human Rights Council was held in Geneva from 12 to 30 March 2007, but high hopes that the Council would find a way forward on Darfur were dashed when the Council declined to act on the report of a High-Level Mission to Darfur led by Nobel prizewinner Jodie Williams because of obstruction by the Sudanese government. And the Council further reverted to type when Pakistan pushed through a resolution “combating Defamation of Religions” against numerous objections from the western democracies.

Every year from 1999 to 2005 the Organization of the Islamic Conference (O.I.C.), representing the 57 Islamic states, presented a resolution to the UN Commission on Human Rights, called “Combating Defamation of Religions”. While the text of the resolution referred to all religions the preamble made it clear that the sponsors’ concerns related primarily to one religion: Islam. The resolution was adopted every year by typically a two thirds majority. By 2005, the Commission for Human Rights had become widely discredited. In the words of then UN Secretary General Kofi Annan “.. the selectivity and politicizing of its activities [were] in danger of bringing the entire UN system into disrepute”. The Commission was abolished by vote of the UN General Assembly in 2006 and replaced by a shiny new Human Rights Council which met for the first time in March 2006. Hopes were soon dashed however that the newly elected 47 member states of the Council – each pledged to uphold international human rights law – would behave any differently from the 53 members of the old Commission. Of the first four resolutions passed by the Council, three were resolutions condemning Israel. Whatever breaches of human rights law Israel may have committed, it beggars belief that these were the only violations of human rights on the planet worthy of condemnation by the Council. By way of contrast, the Council adopted a resolution which inter-alia congratulated the Sudan for its efforts to bring peace to Darfur.

Do not say we did not warn you!

UN image source: SandRatFree Republic

7 responses so far ↓

  • 1 footiam // Dec 23, 2007 at 7:48 am

    Why screw the UN and let it have fun? Just remove it!
    By the way, I just visited Nalanda. It used to be a Buddhist University with 10 ooo students, it’s an ancient university destroyed by. You can guessed.

  • 2 Always On Watch // Dec 23, 2007 at 9:51 am

    Global courts are going to outlaw any criticism of Islam. Just you wait and see.

    The West keeps moving closer and closer to self-destruction.

    Islamophiles are doing us in!

  • 3 Debbie // Dec 23, 2007 at 7:36 pm

    Glad you are sharing this information. I’ve tried to keep away from this at least for a few days during Christmas. It is so disgusting that we continue to allow this. Global courts, the UN which is basically run by Muslims, all that will be our downfall. Add to it the Lefties who just bend over and spread um.

    I just wanted to stop by and wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year my friend.

    Debbie Hamilton
    Right Truth

  • 4 Verlin Martin // Dec 24, 2007 at 3:25 am

    Merry Christmas (while I can still say it) :)

    Shari’a will come wrapped up all nice and neat for some people ;(

  • 5 Always On Watch // Dec 24, 2007 at 5:35 am

    “Shari’a will come wrapped up all nice and neat for some people”

    That’s the attraction for some. They have prescribed and proscribed lives–very “safe” psychologically.

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