OIC gears up to get denigration of religions criminalized

Saudi Gazette:

Last Updated : Monday, February 18, 2013 12:17 PM
Rizwan Saeed Sheikh

Hassan Cheruppa
Saudi Gazette

JEDDAH — Getting the go-ahead from the Cairo Islamic Summit, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has been actively trying to get the denigration of religions recognized as a criminal offense, according to a top official.

“Next session of the Istanbul Process on Islamophobia will be held in the first half of this year, and the session will squarely focus on the issue of criminalizing denigration of religions,” said Rizwan Saeed Sheikh, director of cultural affairs at the OIC general secretariat and spokesman for the OIC secretary general.

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The video below taken last year will give an idea of how slippery the OIC is, especially when you compare what is below, with what is above.


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2 Replies to “OIC gears up to get denigration of religions criminalized”

  1. Although it can be generally difficult to follow and comprehend legal jargon, Coughlin met graduates of Monty Python U skilled in circular reasoning and linguistic acrobatics with that mind numbing non-response from that panel of UN bobbleheads.

  2. Translation they are working to get denigration of Islam criminalized while their denigration and persecution of other religions will be allowed.

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