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Egypt wants UN ban on religious insults

Reader comment on item: Will Geert Wilders Show His Film on the Koran[, Fitna]?

Submitted by Alex Saby (Canada), Mar 8, 2008 at 21:23

Cairo - Three Islamic leaders in Egypt have called on the United Nations to adopt a resolution banning all expressions that insult or offend religions. The appeal comes in response to the planned anti-Qur'an film by the Dutch far-right MP Geert Wilders.


I found this request by Egypt Islamic Establishments is deplorable and double standards. In fact Muslims have started these inhuman acts for thousand of years and they waged wars and insults against other nations in the name of Islam. Quran must be exposed to its agenda and reality, I wander why Egypt Islamic Establishments wanted United Nations to intervene, do they want to protect their jobs and status in the society or they are desperate and under pressured. The Islamic Establishments responsible for the Quran must be willing to remove all the incitements against Jewish and Christian, then, as Christian I will support such request to the United Nations, in fact the Muslims are the one they insulted other.

Have you ever open the websites for Egypt Islamic Establishments, their websites are limited only to one way communication, i.e. read only but do not bothered for a feed back.

Quran breedd terror and there will be no shortage for the years to come.


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