First the Islamists took over England, soon Norway


tay
#1
Saudi Arabia calls for criticism of religion to be outlawed in Norway





Saudi Arabia has called for all criticism of religion and of the prophet Mohammed to be made illegal in Norway. The call came during the United Nation's Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Norway this week. The UPR is a process by which the UN reviews a selection of member states on their human rights performance.

Saudi also charged the Norwegian government with doing too little to counter criticism of the prophet Mohammed in the country, and failing to protect its Muslim citizens amidst a continuation of hate crimes against Muslims in the country.

Russia was also vocal in its criticism of Norway in terms of religious intolerance, calling upon Norway to do more to combat it.

Saudi Arabia is known for being one of the most restrictive countries in the world when it comes to freedom of religion or belief and abusing human rights. Amongst its plethora of oppressive laws, homosexuality is a crime punishable by death, women are not allowed to drive and are subjected to a medieval male guardianship system. Earlier this month, Saudi Arabia introduced a series of laws, which defined atheists as terrorists.

Last year, Raif Badawi, blogger and founder of the Free Saudi Liberals website, was sentenced by a Jeddah court to 600 lashes and 7 years in prison f insulting Islam.

In March this year, during the UN Human Rights Council examination of Saudi Arabia's UPR report, the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) spoke out on the plight of bloggers, such as Raif Badawi, who are charged with blasphemy and apostasy in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia's call for making the criticism of religion and of the prophet Mohhamed illegal in Norway, comes after it and other members of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) sought, for a number of years, to make defamation of religion a crime internationally.

Before the UPR hearing, Norway's' foreign minister, Borge Brende commented on the paradoxical nature of the UN Human Rights process. He said, "It is a paradox that countries which do not support fundamental human rights have influence on the council, but that is the United Nations,"

The International Human Rights Rank Indicator places Norway 1st and Saudi Arabia 205th. Along with Russia, Saudia Arabia was elected to the Human Rights council last year, amid condemnation from many Human Rights campaigners. Its term will expire in 2016.


http://www.secularism.org.uk/news/2014/04/saudi-arabia-calls-for-criticism-of-religion-to-be-outlawed-in-norway
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
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#2
Yup! The crazies have taken over the asylum.
 
taxslave
No Party Affiliation
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Why would anyone care what either the UN or SaudiArabia think?
Best thing to do with both is put them on ignore.
 
petros
#4
The UK?

The low hanging fruit always gets picked first.
 
The Old Medic
Conservative
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Islamist's have NOT taken over the UK, and they are not about to take over Norway either.

More propaganda from the hard right!
 
Blackleaf
#6
They'll be taking over Canada soon. Republic of Ireland is the only Western country in which the Muslim population is growing more rapidly than it is in Canada.

Quote: Originally Posted by The Old MedicView Post

Islamist's have NOT taken over the UK

Not Islamists as such, but Muslims.

Vote UKIP on 22nd May and next year to solve this problem.
 
petros
+1
#7
Did I read that right? not Islamists but Muslims?
 
Sal
No Party Affiliation
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it has got to be terrifying for those who believe that any little slip from their religious beliefs will ensure eternal condemnation... really frightful
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

it has got to be terrifying for those who believe that any little slip from their religious beliefs will ensure eternal condemnation... really frightful

Not quite as scary as those atheist beliefs that, when we die, it will just be an eternity of oblivion.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#10
Here's some food for serious thought!


Heritage Foundation Panelist on Radical Islam | MRCTV
 
B00Mer
Republican
#11
Okay, under Islam you are allowed as many wives as you can support... hummmm.

I'm thinking 7 would be a nice round number.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

Okay, under Islam you are allowed as many wives as you can support... hummmm.

I'm thinking 7 would be a nice round number.


How do you figure, I think 8 is a lot rounder (and more easily divisible)
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by The Old MedicView Post

Islamist's have NOT taken over the UK, and they are not about to take over Norway either.

Not yet, but they're on their way to doing just that, thanks to the lefties of the sort that we see on this forum, brainwashing people into being "tolerant" and "understanding" of things we shouldn't be tolerant and understanding of. Canada's turn will also not be too long away. Canada has a larger Muslim population than Britain, don't forget, and its Muslim population is growing faster.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

Not yet, but they're on their way to doing just that, thanks to the lefties of the sort that we see on this forum, brainwashing people into being "tolerant" and "understanding" of things we shouldn't be tolerant and understanding of. Canada's turn will also not be too long away. Canada has a larger Muslim population than Britain, don't forget, and its Muslim population is growing faster.


From what I hear they've already taken over Denmark.
 

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