True to form, the Czech republic remains both ethical and respectful in its refusal to submit to Islam

Click over to Gates of Vienna to read the brilliant reply to the OIC given by the leader of the Czech republic, when an apology was demanded of him.

Czech President to the OIC: No Apology

 

As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, President Miloš Zeman of the Czech Republic had some forthright things to say about Islam at a closed-door reception to celebrate Israel’s Independence Day. The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) took note of Mr. Zeman’s speech, expressed its disappointment and disapproval, and demanded an apology.

True to form, the Czech president has declined to apologize for his words, giving a sound theological justification for his decision. Our Czech correspondent Gemini has translated the quote released in the Czech media, and includes this note:

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3 Replies to “True to form, the Czech republic remains both ethical and respectful in its refusal to submit to Islam”

  1. Brilliant. The OIC – Hoist by their own petard.

    In effect, President Miloš Zeman is saying that the OIC needs to apologise for demeaning the koran by asking President Miloš Zeman to apologise for quoting the koran.

  2. It’s so very simple. If the people of the world actually knew the words and intentions of the Koran they would ban the religion of Islam withing 24 hours. Islam is a fanatical death cult dedicated to the utter destruction of all civilization. Talk about an inconvenient truth…

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