Jerusalem to Be the Capital of … What?

 Diana West:

If Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood candidate for president Mohammed Mursi (above) wins, Egypt’s capital moves from Cairo to Jerusalem. So stated a leading Islamic leader, Safwat Hagazy, during a recent campaign rally as Mursi and MB head honcho Mohammed Badei looked on.

Outrageous? Fantastic? Not in Muslimworld. As crack Islamic law expert Stephen Coughlin pointed out to me today, the 2008 charter of the Organization of the Islamic conference similarly calls for OIC’s “permanent headquarters” to be moved to Jerusalem after the city’s “liberation.”

Article 21 of the OIC Charter:

The Headquarters of the General Secretariat shall be in the city of Jeddah until the liberation of the city of Al Quds so that it will become the permanent Headquarters of the Organisation.

Al Quds is the Islamic name for Jerusalem.

The OIC is the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (it used to be known as the Organization of the Islamic  Conference). With 56 Islamic member states represented by heads of state and foreign ministers, it is the largest voting bloc on the international stage, a unified front to advance Islam and its laws across the world.

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7 Replies to “Jerusalem to Be the Capital of … What?”

  1. The Organization of Islamic Conquest would open an office there but it would be thuroughly bugged within 5 minutes and the surrounding neighborhoods populated with Mossad agents. So gooood luck to em.

    What the Egyptian derp means is full invasion, which I’m not sure is actually going to happen. So he is knowingly feeding his audience bullpucky. I have a suspicion that the Egyptian muslim brotherhood wants to keep Israel around to be a hated other they can use to win elections.

    Don’t get me wrong. The constant violence will never end against Israel as long as the Muslim Brotherhood exists. They will use hamas and other terrorists to kidnap or cause atrocities to make Israel respond whenever election time comes around and inbetween times they will engage in all manner of nasty petty crap they think they can get away with.

    But an actual war can go wrong, as it always does when Arabs think they can invade Israel- and that would be trouble for whoever is in power now that Egyptians can vote.

    And if they actually won a war the increased support form the population would be short lived AND they wouldn’t be able to top it. But that’s neither here nor there as they would be creamed in a fair fight and they know it.

    But a little part of me does hope they try. A week later we’ll finally be able to celebrate Hanukka in Sanai.

  2. Santor- It already kinda is. People don’t talk about it much but Saudi Arabia already is a Mecca for gays. The seperation of the sexes and forced marriages ensures that “prison sex” is a perminant part of daily life even for men who aren’t gay. My girlfriend’s gay chum went once and had a grand ole time. Oh the irony.

    Cops do arrest (and occasionally beat as legal punishment) gay men but only when they have to. Saudi homosexuals say cops tend to warn all their, er, friends first so they can tone it down for a short while or avoid places that might be getting raided. And all the cops have, er, friends.

    Gay sex is not so easy to stamp out when the cops do it too. HA!

  3. @ Truthiocity.

    “My girlfriend’s gay chum went once and had a grand ole time. Oh the irony.” PMSL

    But if gay community’s made a point of it on their official websites it would have an impact.

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