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November 6, 2009

WND: Islamic states pushing for 'global blasphemy law'

Topics: Political News and commentaries, Understanding Islam


WND reports that a resolution pending in the United Nations in one form or another since 1999 is being pushed again by the Islamic nations that originally proposed the plan they called "Defamation of Islam," which would ban criticism of the beliefs of Muhammad worldwide. The resolution goes against virtually everything the UN supposedly stands for, and if successfully passed, would undermine the religious liberty and personal safety of Christians and members of other faiths."

One could easily believe that, golly gee, there seems to be some kind of an agenda behind this resolution.

So why is it that Islam's "prophet" is off limits to criticism and ridicule, but to the MSM and the rest of the PC crowd, it's open season all other faiths. And why does the Left continue to make excuses for the violence of Islam's followers yet continues to attack Christianity!

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Posted by Abdul at November 6, 2009 7:58 AM

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