Last week I wrote about Sada Cumber, the man newly appointed by President Bush as the envoy from the United States of America to the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC).
At the time of the appointment, Mr. Bush said this:
“The core of [Sada Cumber’s] mission,” Bush said in announcing the appointment, “is to explain to the Islamic world that America is a friend — is a friend of freedom, is a friend of peace, that we value religion.”
In other words, rather than represent the interests of the United States, Sada Cumber’s job is to be a combination of PR man and supplicant, propitiating the Muslims and showing them that the United States is a Muslim-friendly, non-Islamophobic, sharia-welcoming kind of place.
Fortunately for the Counterjihad, a new blog has been started for the specific purpose of keeping an eye on our envoy to the OIC: Sada Cumber Watch.
If you scroll down through the first few posts, you’ll learn some interesting things about Mr. Cumber. For instance, despite President Bush’s best efforts, he is not dhimmi enough to suit Iran.
Also, he is scheduled to attend an OIC conference in Dakar later this week. The big question is: Will our envoy to the OIC approve by his silence the imposition of sharia on Muslims in non-Muslim countries? That’s what supporting (or not opposing) the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights will imply.
As SCW says:
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So there’s the usual equation — trade a meaningless “dialogue” with Islamic states about “projecting” about “empowering” about “helping” against extremism and terrorism, for real deterrent punishments for Islamophobia (which is the Sharia Law requirement that any criticism of Islam be punished). It’s that equation — sacrifice U.S. citizens’ actual First Amendment rights in return for false promises from Islamic fascists — that Bush, Condi and the Muslim Brotherhood all can agree on.
But will Mr. Cumber do the right thing, or will he submit?
So readers, give your Special Envoy his instructions: Should he support this task for “deterrent punishments” against any criticism of Islam (Islamophobia), and if so, what punishments should Mr. Cumber support to be imposed on us all? Execution, hand-chopping, or just a little prison time and a hefty fine?
Emphasis again: This “Action Plan task” is the imposition of the Sharia Law code requiring punishment for all who criticize Islam, not just in totalitarian Islamic states, but in “all States.” That means the United States for our OIC Special Envoy, Mr. Cumber.
Silence means assent. Silence means submission.
Enjoy Dakar, Mr. Cumber.
We’re going to keep score.
The rest of us should do the same thing.