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  • The Scriptorium

    2/8/2006

    U.N., EU to apologize to Islam for cartoons

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 7:08 pm

    It was inevitable that the U.N. and E.U. would cave in to the rampaging Muslims and reward their deadly temper tantrum with an apology and a resolution against freedom of speech. Their joint statement condemns the Danish newspaper that published the offending cartoons for exercising their freedom of speech and, as if that weren’t enough of an infringement on peoples freedom to express themselves, they condemned any speech that desecrates religion. I’m sure that doesn’t apply to Arab Newspapers, the Hamas charter, and the Quran itself, all of which promote killing people of other faiths and call Jews monkeys and pigs. Now we can count on Muslims to riot, kill, and set things on fire every time they’re the least bit offended. They now know it works.

    The United Nations and European Union have reached agreement to issue a joint statement condemning cartoon “insults to Islam” that were first published in a Danish newspaper and have been widely reprinted recently, resulting in a rash of violence throughout the Muslim world.

    According to a report in WAM, the United Arab Emirates news agency, the agreement is the work of Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, secretary general of the Organization of Islamic Conference.

    The agreement, according to Ihsanoglu, will mean a formal rebuke by the U.N. and EU of the Danish paper Jyllands-Posten for publishing the offensive cartoons.

    The statement, he added, stresses that divine religions and religious symbols must be respected, and that freedom of speech must not be taken so far as to desecrate religions.

    “The statement also calls for renouncing all forms of violence,” he said, according to WAM.

    One Response to “U.N., EU to apologize to Islam for cartoons”

    1. Jesus_is_Lord Says:

      Now why did the U.N. and E.U. even feel the need to comment about it? What nonsense. If they are going to take this stand about it, they need to just purge every instance of the word “freedom” from all their documents.