Resistence to Jihad shutting down

ACT for America, introduces the Times article, A festival of groveling to terrorists
with the following,

    According to the Leslie Sacks blogspot, “The Human Rights Council at the United Nations has now banned any criticism regarding Sharia Law and human rights in the Islamic World. According to President Doru Romulus Costea – and following the efforts of delegates from Egypt, Pakistan and Iran – the Council will no longer tolerate criticism of either Sharia or specific fatwas in the name of human rights.”

    Earlier this year, the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) called for aggressive, worldwide legal actions to stop the “defamation” of Islam.

    Muslim leaders throughout the world routinely condemn any public critique or criticism of Islam or Mohammed.

    And who could forget the Muslim riots after the Danish publication of the satirical cartoons of Mohammed?

    This is all one more front in the cultural jihad being waged against the West and the values of the West. And every time we acquiesce to it or grovel before it we empower it. Just as appeasing Hitler failed, so appeasement of militant Islamists will fail. We cannot – we must not – surrender our cherished rights, such as the right of free speech, in the face of Islamist intimidation.

And Jihad Watch reports

    Denmark ends the jihad

    In this Denmark is, of course, following the lead of the United States — and, like the United States, depriving itself of the principal key to understanding the jihadists. To avoid discussing or examining the Islamic element of today’s global jihad hinders our understanding of the jihadists’ motivations. Officials cannot investigate what they believe and why, much less strategize on the basis of such investigations, because that will lead us to examine elements of Islam’s theology of jihad that they would apparently rather ignore. [..]

Where will it end?

August 18, 2008 | 2 Comments »

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