A leading Islamic organisation has called on the United Nations to make "contempt of religions" illegal and urged the West to protect Muslim communities following the attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo.In 2004, Qaradawi said:
The Qatar-based International Union of Muslim Scholars, headed by influential preacher Yusuf al-Qaradawi, appealed to Muslims to continue peaceful protests against images of the Prophet Mohammed but "not to resort to any violence".
The latest cartoon of the prophet in Charlie Hebdo has angered many Muslims and triggered protests in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
In a statement released Tuesday, the union said there should be protection for "prophets" and urged Islamic countries to submit a draft law to the UN calling for defamation of religions to be outlawed.
The union said the UN should then issue a "law criminalising contempt of religions and the prophets and all the holy sites".
Judaism is the No. 1 propagator of violence. As I said in the last program, the Torah itself states that when you enter a certain country, you must offer peace, and if they agree, all their residents are your slaves. In other countries, you should not offer peace or conversion. You must destroy them all, do not leave a living soul. In the first country you must slay all males and leave only the women, but in the second country, you must not leave… you must uproot them. This is in Judaism, in the Torah.He is not saying that Jews are violent, but that Judaism is violent. Sounds defamatory to me!
Arrest that man!
After all, many Muslim countries already have a law against "defamation of religion" in place. Yet defaming Judaism or Christianity is never prosecuted.
I guess when Muslims say they wan tto outlaw "defamation of religions" they really mean "defamation of Islam."
Arab nations, specifically the OIC, has tried numerous times (with varying success) to get the UN to issue statements against defamation of religion. If you want to see how deep Muslim control of the UN is, see this 2011 post about how Arab nations got Brazil to abstain on these votes, rather than to opposed them.