Pushing Islamic Blasphemy Laws in the West

The following clip shows excerpts from an interview with Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu, the outgoing Secretary-General of the Organization for Islamic Cooperation (OIC), that aired on Al Jazeera not long ago. Vlad Tepes has interspersed some of Mr. İhsanoğlu’s remarks with commentary and additional material to help shed light on what the wily old Turk is up to.

Pay special attention to what the Secretary-General proposes in his remarks. He wants to criminalize any speech that “incites hatred” against a religion, as per UN resolution 16/18. You’ll notice that the criteria for “inciting hatred” include:

1.   The prophet of Islam is insulted,
2.   The feelings of religious people (i.e. Muslims) are hurt, and
3.   The world’s 1.5 billion Muslims become angry and upset.

In other words, whether we are considered to have abused our free speech depends entirely on whether Muslims are offended by what we say, write, draw, our put into film.

This is not what the Founding Fathers had in mind when they drafted the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. But Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu’s vision is what the Obama administration is even now attempting to implement, as demonstrated by last night’s event in Tennessee:

For more on the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, see the OIC Archives.

9 thoughts on “Pushing Islamic Blasphemy Laws in the West

  1. I’ve said it before and I say it again. The muslims have fooled the western world for centuries. ISLAM IS NOT A RELIGION, but an ideology like communism and national socialism. The Quran has very much in common with Mein Kampf. The Bible has not.

    All three ideologies are just as brutal and mercyless. The communism and the nazism are almost dead, thank God. But islam is flourishing. We have invited muslims with machetes in their hands into our livingrooms. The governments everywhere facilitates for them to cut our throats. And they do!

    Suppose the nazies would claim that their faith is a religion and demand that any offence against Mein Kampf is intolerable and will be punished. I the name of their religion, they would require not to build mosques but gas ovens. Which they in the name of their religion have the right to use if any Jew “provoke” them in their No-Go-zones. Or elsewhere.

  2. 2. The feelings of religious people (i.e. Muslims) are hurt, and

    This has been an element of the crimminal law in Scotland for over 10 years, The (presumed) hurt is classed as a breach of the peace the racially aggravated offence is then tagged on doubling the sentence, absurdly a bystander can make the complaint of hurt on the victims behalf.

    In England will Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale have the racially aggravated charge appended to their offences?

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  4. Islame as it gets. There is so much of the 1930s that comes to my mind with Mein Kampf and the pagan Nazis and their lies – and the bloody Koran and Muslim lies. Where’s Poland?

    • In 1938, Neville Chamberlain said “Peece in our time” when he returned to Britain after having let the Chech people down and accepted a German takeover of Sudet Germany. When Germany annexed the rest of the Chech republic in 1939, Mr Chamberlain still held the door open for negociations.

      In todays Islamic invasion, I can’t see anything but “Chamberlains” among the leaders of the Western countries. What we really need is some “Churchills”. But does his kind exist anymore?

  5. The word “Islamophobia” is often used. A phobia is a desease where people are afraid of things like climbing two steps up a ladder or taking the elevator. People with phobias live a difficult life in anxiety.
    Thus, when this word appears you can be sure that it’s nothing but muslim propaganda.

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