Thursday, March 01, 2012

Islamophobia: UN Censorship Agenda 2012

Islamophobia: UN Censorship Agenda 2012 Call it Islamophobia, defamation of Islam, defamation of religions, vilification or negative stereotyping, it still implies and entails criminalizing the questioning, criticism and exposure of the damnable doctrines & practices of Islam.  The name and the rhetoric change; the intention does not.  The OIC & UN seek to codify the following into international & national law:

    At the opening of the 19th session of the Human Rights Council February 28, 2012, Ekmeleddin_Insanoglu, Secretary General of the OIC, made revealing remarks which expose the true agenda of Islam and the UN.  At the time of this writing, no new draft resolutions on this subject have been uploaded to the HRC extranet, but I presume that one will be shortly before March 20.  I have excerpted the relevant paragraphs, adding links to two previous resolutions mentioned in the speech

Islamophobia is a contemporary manifestation of racism. Combating Islamophobia as well as
vilification of all religions and denigration of symbols and personalities sacred to all religions
is a matter of priority at the OIC. We regret that events representing constitutionalization and
institutionalization of Islamophobia continue to unfold. Most disconcerting is Islamophobia
being used as an instrument of electoral politics. This is a dangerous trend that needs to be
arrested. It threatens the multicultural fabric of societies. It could seriously undermine
international community's efforts aimed at interfaith harmony that could underwrite peace
and security- particularly so in a world faced with the menace of terrorism. There is an urgent
need to initiate and sustain 'preventive cultural diplomacy.

It is in this context that OIC took the initiative embodied in the resolution 16/1 8. This session
marks the first anniversary of the consensual passage of this resolution. It was based on the
eight points that I mentioned during my address to the 15th session of the Council in
September 201 0. I am glad that these points found resonance with all the negotiating partners
and resulted in a process of consensus building. We must now build on the consensus. It is
with this. in mind that I initiated - with the presence and participation of US Secretary of
State Hillary Clinton, Baroness Ashton and other Ministers - the Istanbul Process for a
consensual implementation of this resolution. The process seems to be going forward with
the last meeting held in Washington and the next to be scheduled in the EU region. OIC will
also be hosting an event this year to further the Process. We believe it is important to have a
structured engagement. We must address the grey areas and the whole package of interrelated
issues by accommodating all concerns of all parties. The alternative approach in resolutions '
16/18 at HRC and 66/167 at UNGA has put the decade of polarization and politicization
behind us. This enables us to address the real issues and chart out a sustainable and result-oriented
course of action at the national and the international levels. Recent events
characterized by loss of lives in Norway and Afghanistan underscored the importance of
concerted and consensual international action. OIC has demonstrated ability to build consensus
on the most sensitive of international issues. We look forward to being reciprocated in the same spirit.


    Phobia implies irrationality.  There is nothing irrational about fear & loathing of Islam because terrorism is an intrinsic sacrament1 of Islam.


    What race is Islam? It originated in Arabia, but it enslaved millions of Africans & Asians through conquest. Ideology & religion are dynamic, but race is static and immutable.  We do not hate Muslims because of their skin color, we hate their belief2 that they have a divine mission to convert or enslave us through conquest.

    Muslims use false accusations of racism to denigrate & calumniate its critics because they can not refute the facts we present. 

vilification of all religions

    In the Qur'an, Jews are those who "earned your anger" & Christians are those who "went astray". We are described as the "worst of living creatures". They recite Surah Al-Fatiha seventeen times each day, reminding Allah why he should burn us. 

denigration of personalities

    Truthfully describing Muhammad as a lecherous pedophile who married a six year old girl, arranged the divorce of his daughter in law so he could add her to his harem and ordered the murder of critics is denigration of a sacred person but denial of Christ's paternity, divinity, crucifixion, death & resurrection and depicting him as a  warlord who will return to lead the Muslims in the final genocide 3 is perfectly ok. 


    It is nearly certain that this is a reference to the anti-Shari'ah movement to pass legislation and constitutional amendments to exclude foreign law, including Shari'ah from our court system. 

instrument of electoral politics

    That is an obvious reference to campaign advertisements and 'debate' statements critical of Islam.  They want to criminalize criticism of Islam by candidates for office. 

interfaith harmony

    Translation: submission to Islam.  The sentence including that phrase is a thinly veiled threat of war.


    The sentence containing that word is a reference to the dispute over the 'defamation of religions' meme. The position of Western Civilization is that defamation and legal protection from its effects belong to individuals, not to religions. Our side views the defamation meme as an existential threat to freedom of expression.  Islam views freedom of expression as subordinate to their sensitivities. Muslims are sensitive because they know that Islam is an impious fraud but are so heavily invested in it that they can not acknowledge the fact. 


    The claim that Res16/18 eliminated the defamation meme and associated conflict is malignant malarkey.  There is no significant difference between defamation and negative stereotyping.  A/C.3/66/L.48/Rev.1, passed Dec. 19, '12 along with A/66/167, emphasizes that "that no religion should be equated with terrorism, as this may have adverse consequences on the enjoyment of the right to freedom of religion or belief of all members of the religious communities concerned;".

    At the opening of Session 19," target="_blank" style="font-weight: bold;">Qatar's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs had this to say:

The international community still faces a major challenge
due to the worsening impact of racist practices, racial
discrimination, acts of violence and related conflicts. These
practices have become evident in the defamation and negative
stereotyping of religions, as well as in the incitement to violence
against people on the basis of their religion or belief.


  1. 3:151, 7:4, 8:12, 8:57 8:60, 33:26, 59:2, 59:13, Sahih Bukhari Volume 1, Book 7, Number 331Sahih Bukhari Volume 4, Book 52, Number 220
  2. Islam is inseverable, all or nothing. 2:85 strictly prohibits selectivity, making Islam a package deal.  Believers are only those who "fight in Allah's cause", which is to make Islam dominate the world.  
  3. "In the future, the Jews will support the Dajjal (False Messiah); and the Muslims, along with `Isa, son of Mary, will kill the Jews. This will occur just before the end of this world."


Akela said...

Dear Ben,
I find you hopelessly close-minded. I stumbled across this while looking for information on the ancient empires of Islam for a school assignment, and I would like to say that this blog would look at home next to a bag of dog crap and Donald Trump's toupe. You are a horrible, horrible, bigot. Half of this isn't even remotely true, and the other half is nothing but conjecture and misinterpretation. Do me a favor and try to read the Qu'ran without having a preconcieved notion of "this is the terrorist's handbook" in your mind. Better yet, go watch the 30 Days episode, Muslims in America. Don't be such a dick. Keep in mind this is coming from a 14 year old white american who lost his father AND mother in 9/11. I don't blame the Muslims; why should you?

Ben said...

Dear Akela,
Blindly assuming the veracity of your statement that your parents were victims of the Accursed Abomination, likewise your assertion of tender age, I find that you have suffered severe cognitive damage, being intellectually incapacitated as a result of your trauma. You have my sympathy.

An academic assignment on Islamic empires should have sent you to a good encyclopedia to find bibliographic information, not to this blog. The subject matter of this blog is Islam's ideology and effects, not history & sociology.

The most primary source on Islamic history would be Tabari's Tahrik, which is a 38 volume encyclopedia, not readily available. Aisha Bewley wrote a good history, try to find that instead. Brill's Encyclopedia of Islam may also be useful. You should also explore Fordham University's Middle East Resource Center.

The blame for the Accursed Abomination lies with the doctrines of Islam and the Muslims who implement them. Many posts in this blog contain direct quotes from and links to Islam's canon of scripture, tradition, exegesis & jurisprudence. The purpose of extensive documentation is to make verification and contextual exploration easy for readers and to hold the mirror of truth up to the stubborn, bigoted critics who are immune to facts.

Immunity to facts and rejection of new information are the hallmarks of bigotry. If there was anything untrue in this post, you would be gleefully enumerating & listing the fallacies with facts to prove your case. The truth is: you can not point out any fallacies in this post because there are none.

I do not translate Islam's canon, nor do I interpret it; I rely on Islamic experts, Moe himself being the chief of them. The hadith reveal the true meaning of Allah's imperatives. Allah said "fight them"; Moe said that he was "ordered to fight". Spread NQ 8:39, Reliance of the Traveller O9.9 & Ibn Kathir's Tafsir of 8:39 & 9:29 on your desk and compare them. They all have something in common, what is that common element?

Throughout this post you will find bold blue text, hover your mouse pointer over it; you will see the mouse pointer morph and a title pop up with the url target of the link.

Researching term papers is one way to find itneresting sources of information, but side tracks such as this blog post should be bookmarked for future exploration at leisure, they should not be permitted to distract you from your academic mission.