Wednesday, April 16, 2008


Freedom does not mean blasphemy

Cape Town – Dr. Saleh Bin Abdullah Bin Homaid, Chairman of the Saudi Shoura Council, highlighted the importance of the initiative of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz for dialogue among divine religions.

Bin Homaid underscored King Abdullah’s call of a conference of representatives of the three divine religions to discuss how to come out of the crisis now hitting the global community and causing imbalances of reason, ethics and humanity.

Bin Homaid’s comments came in a speech at the opening of the 118th General Assembly of the International Parliamentary Federation on Monday.

“Our world is currently going through political, economic and social changes that have increasing influence day by day on the life of peoples and stability of nations and world peace,” said Bin Homaid.

“That requires the serious cooperation of all parties to forge better environment for a joint international action aiming at building relations among nations and peoples, based on respect of international resolutions and solving of disputes by peaceful means.”

“Then, it is the best means of extending bridges of understanding and contact in the parliamentarian relations,”
he said.

“However, such dialogue should be based on mutual respect for the values and principles of each other s civilization or culture,” he added.

“While calling for dialogue and respect of cultures, we strongly denounce all the strange voices defaming those principles by blaspheming the profile of religions and their prominent figures, particularly the prophets (peace be upon them) and moreover, we express our surprise that such violations and misbehavior receive the support of some parties under the pretext of freedom of opinion and expression,” said the Shoura chief.

“This could not be accepted by international logic and norms. It is considered one element of spreading hatred and hostility among peoples,” Bin Homaid said. “We avail ourselves of this opportunity to call for forging an international mechanism to strongly and firmly deal with these issues that harm religions and prophets (peace be upon them) and, in this regard, we confirm the importance of the initiative launched by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz, calling for dialogue among divine religions through a conference among them to discuss ways to solve the current crisis hitting the world community and causing the imbalance of reason, ethics and humanity.”


Infidels should respect the moslems right to wage jihad via:

-human explosive devices
-planes flying into buildings
-ritualistic beheadings of infidels
-rape of infidel women, also referred to as whores by moslem men
-destruction of infidel property
-suing infidels into the poor house
-forcing infidels to abide by shari'ah law

While simultaneously calling for 'dialogue' between the 3 'great' religions...More like 2 great religions and one death cult...

Ohh and one more thing to any moslem that happens to be visiting:


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Freedom does not mean blasphemy

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