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Saturday, September 25, 2010

What's behind the 'Islamophobia' meme

For any of you who have not figured it out yet, of course, 'Islamophobia' has nothing to do with violence against Muslims. This is John Hinderaker from Power Line.
There are any number of serious human rights issues in the world today, some of them involving mass murder on an industrial scale, none of which the U.N. has managed to do much about. But the existence of actual human rights crises never distracts the U.N. from pandering to the fantasies of the OIC. Thus, yesterday's report: Islamic states push U.N. to condemn Koran burning:

Islamic states sought on Wednesday to have the United Nations human rights council condemn a U.S. pastor's suspended plan to burn Korans, saying it was part of a pattern of global anti-Muslim violence.

A resolution submitted by Pakistan for the 57-nation Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) asks the council to speak out against what it dubbed "the recent call by an extremist group to organize a 'Burn a Koran Day'."

The resolution, which diplomats said was likely to be passed as the OIC and its allies have a majority on the 47-nation body, made no reference to condemnation of the plan by President Barack Obama and other U.S. and foreign leaders.

If you try to bring a Bible into Saudi Arabia, they will destroy it. That's different, of course.

The current resolution does not exist in a vacuum; it is part of a long-term strategy to de-legitimize resistance to Islam, now widely known as "Islamophobia."
Read the whole thing.


At 7:58 PM, Blogger Historyscoper said...

It's not Islamophobia, it's Islamosophia, rational fear of the ideology of Islam based on knowledge.
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At 9:26 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

From the article: "it was part of a pattern of global anti-Muslim violence." ------- Funny thing is the only violence I saw was on the part of muslims.

At 3:34 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

They hate us but we are supposed to love them.

Yup, Islamophobia means showing exaggerated respect to Islam. No one shows that to Christians and Jews.

Someone please tell me what is wrong with this picture.


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