* The original UN Human Rights declaration from 1948 was meant to be a final bulwark against fascism. However, by calling Human Rights violating sharia "islamic human rights" and by the help of a bunch of Human Rights violating muslim member states, the Saudis managed to bypass this bulwark and can now in an extremely bigoted and hypocritical way argue that they follow "human rights" when they in fact do the very opposite!
Dear reader, it's Charlie Hebdo, Raif Badawi and (to a lesser extent) Peter Klevius with the Human Rights sword against Saudi oil Billionaires and their sharia scimitar. Whose side are YOU on?! Should Charlie Hebdo be prosecuted in accordance with islamofascist sharia?
Charles Martel was the guy who 732 saved France from muslim jihadist "crusades".
Is OIC now shooting itself in the foot? Or will it again be aided by Western PC politicians?
Saudi Secretary General of Saudi based OIC, Iyad Madani (member of the dictator "house" of Saud): The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) intends to take legal measures against the French magazine, Charlie Hebdo, for publishing "blasphemous" (according to sharia) cartoons. OIC is studying Europe and French laws and "other available procedures" (UN?) to be able to take legal action against Charlie Hebdo. If French laws allow us to take legal procedures against Charlie Hebdo, OIC will not hesitate to prosecute the French magazine. This publication by Charlie Hebdo requires necessary legal measures (to comply with Human Rights violating muslim sharia). These cartoons have hurt the sentiments of muslims across the world. This is hate speech (according to Human Rights violating sharia) and must not offend others.
Klevius question to BBC's muslim sharia presenter: What do you make of it? Are your "sentiments" hurt, and dou you also think Charlie Hebdo people need more suffering? BBC and you seem to be totally unaware (see screendumps below) of this Saudi islamofascist threat. Luckily you have Klevius to help you in your heavy task of informing about really essential news.
Samantha Lewthwaite, Mishal Husain and Michael Adebolajo
Charlie Hebdo's editor-in-chief Gérard Biard: "We do not attack religion, but we do when it gets involved in politics. If God becomes entangled in politics, then democracy is in danger. Some of Charlie Hebdo's staff members are religious, but choose not to be offended. To be a believer is a personal choice that concerns no one else. We respect that, in the same way that we respect a person's private life as long as the individual does not bring his or her private life into the public sphere.
Klevius: So what does UK's OIC loving muslim sharia Minister of
Here some screen dumps of 20 Jan 2015. As you can see, BBC seems quite uniterested in the OIC/Madani issue:
No surprise here.