Saturday, November 09, 2013

Inncidents Of Intolerance

A/C.3/68/L.48 Combating intolerance, negative stereotyping,stigmatization, discrimination, incitement to violence and violence against persons, based on religion or belief continues with another expresion of deep concern after welcoming previous resolutions.

Deeply concerned about incidents of intolerance, discrimination and violence
against persons based on their religion or belief in all regions of the world,

Deploring any advocacy of discrimination or violence on the basis of religion
or belief,

Strongly deploring all acts of violence against persons on the basis of their
religion or belief, as well as any such acts directed against their homes, businesses,
properties, schools, cultural centres or places of worship,
Strongly deploring, further, all attacks on and in religious places, sites and
shrines in violation of international law, in particular human rights law and
international humanitarian law, including any deliberate destruction of relics and

Concerned about actions that wilfully exploit tensions or target individuals on
the basis of their religion or belief,

Expressing deep concern at the instances of intolerance, discrimination and
acts of violence occurring in the world, including cases motivated by discrimination
against persons belonging to religious minorities, in addition to the negative
projection of the followers of religions and the enforcement of measures that
specifically discriminate against persons on the basis of religion or belief,

Expressing concern at the growing manifestations of intolerance based on
religion or belief that can generate hatred and violence among individuals from and
within different nations, which may have serious implications at the national,
regional and international levels, and in this regard emphasizing the importance of
respect for religious and cultural diversity, as well as interfaith and intercultural
dialogue aimed at promoting a culture of tolerance and respect among individuals,
societies and nations,

    If they really cared about the Christians being shot, blown up, burned to death inside their churches and otherwise terrorized in Pakistan, Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria and Egypt with governments turning a blind eye if not actively supporting the mayhem, perhaps they would send in peace keeping forces to protect the innocent victims instead of sitting around deploring the violence and wringing their hands. 

    But they do not give a damn about that. Instead they are concerned that Pastor Terry Jones might burn a few thousand Qur'ans. They are concerned about Representative Bachman's letter to an Inspector General inquiring as to why Muslim Brotherhood infiltrators are not properly vetted.

    What are "incidents of intollerance"?  What is so deplorable about discrimination?  Shouldn't we try to expel and exclude the enemy fifth colomun from our midst?

    What are "insatances of intolerance"?  Would CAIR's demands to shut down speeches by Usama Dakdok and Pamela Geller qualify as "instances of inteolerance", or is it their freedom of expression the UN is bitching about?

    Concerned about intolerance?  Oh, really?  Islamic law states that because we are not Muslims, we must be killed. Does the United Nations have a God blessed clue for Chrissake? 
    Concerned about violence?  Do the United Nations have a God blessed clue about the Islamic law that requires Muslimsto engage in offensive warfare at least once in every year?  Do they give a damn about Islam's promise of reward for acts of terrorism? 
    Sadly, their only concern is finding ways to shut us up: to squelch our exposure of the evil which masquerades as the "religion of peace".

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