Saturday, March 28, 2009

UN Bans Religious Criticism?!

Geneva (AP) - The U.N.'s top human-rights body approved a proposal by Muslim nations Thursday urging a passage of laws around the world to protect religion from criticism...Muslim nations have argued that religions, in particular Islam, must be shielded from criticism in the media and other areas of public life. They cited cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad as an example of unacceptable free speech. "Islam is frequently and wrongly associate with human rights violations and terrorism," the resolution said.

According, Islamic terrorists have carried out 12,954 deadly terrorist attacks since 9-11. That's roughly 5 terrorist attacks a DAY from 2002-2008 (I didn't count the remaining months of 2001 and the first three months of 2009). And these people have a right to say that Islam is "wrongly associate[d] with human rights violations and terrorism"?! I think not. 

I have literally no sympathy for these whiny babies. Being a Christian, I am constantly under REAL attack. Mostly by liberals and Muslims. Oops. Is that a violation of that UN resolution? Boo friggin hoo. 

1 comment:

Just Jenn said...

Religion by its very nature and structure sets itself up to be ridiculed, criticized, feared, talked about, discussed, embraced - etc. However, being as the Muslim religion is the religion that has spawned terrorist branches and extremism - there is no way that I'd ever support anything that excluded them from being critiqued. The facts don't lie.