Geert Wilders Slams OIC on Out-of-Bounds Criticism of Free Speech

I doubt any readers of this blog need to be reminded that no non-Muslim is even allowed to enter the cities of Mecca or ‘Medina’. ” (Yathrib)

Qur’an as follows: “Oh you who believe! Truly the idolaters are unclean; so let them not, after this year, approach the Sacred Mosque….” (9:28)

And that Islamic genuine apartheid is alive, well and widely systemic. That Christian prayers are not allowed by law in the Hagia Sophia, arguably the world seat of reason and one of the three original homes of Christianity as well as the place that the Muslims stole pretty much all of the ‘iconic’ (pun fully intended) architectural devices which we associate with Islam, but are really the invention of the ancient Greeks. So the notion of Muslims claiming that the rest of us are ‘Islamophobic’ for pointing any of this out is highly emetic to say the least.

The truth is illegal as so many futurists suspected it would be.

Time to free Constantinople and Yathrib from genuine multi-century siege and apartheid.

From Suite 101

 

Hat tip Jen L Jones 

Geert Wilders, Leader of Dutch Freedom Party - Image by Hanhil
Geert Wilders, Leader of Dutch Freedom Party – Image by Hanhil
Organization of Islamic Cooperation calls on Dutch PM to rein in Geert Wilders, branding his speech anti-Islamic. Wilders says OIC lecturing hypocritical.

 

Geert Wilders, leader of the Dutch Freedom Party, is calling on the government of the Netherlands to reject the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s attempt to control free speech there. On July 6, 2011, Wilders prepared a list of seven questions for Parliament in response to the OICs recent statement urging the Dutch government to act to suppress Wilders speech because it is anti-Islamic.

Wilders was acquitted on June 23, 2011, on all charges of hate-speech and inciting discrimination against Muslims by a Dutch court. The decision was seen as a landmark decision supporting the right to freedom of speech.

OIC Statement: Right to Freedom of Expression a Pretext

The OIC, a 57-member organization of Muslim states, changed its name from the Organization of the Islamic Conference to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in June 2011.

At the 38th Council of Foreign Ministers in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, on June 30, 2011, the OIC issued a “Press Release Regarding Islamophobia” to coincide with the release of its 70-page “Fourth OIC Observatory Report on Islamophobia (Intolerance and Discrimination Against Muslims).”

According to the press release, the Secretary General of the OIC, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, said, “The vilification of Islam and the sacred image of the Prophet Muhammad by Wilders has reached a stage when it can no longer be tolerated under any pretext including the right to freedom of expression.”

Ihsanoglu also warned that , “Mr. Wilders has taken upon himself a dangerous path of derailing inter civilizational harmony and peace …”

Wilders Questions Dutch Parliament About “Intimidating” OIC

Wilders has prepared a list of seven questions for the Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Minister of Foreign Affairs Uri Rosenthal regarding the OICs statement. He is pressing for their answers this week.

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