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Wednesday, March 08, 2006

"Religions Don't Have Human Rights and Islam Has No Special Place"

Though a bit late I'll link to this great letter of support to Free Speech by Roy Brown, President of The International Humanist and Ethical Union, an NGO devoted to the defence of human rights. Click headline.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, there is a particle in Islam that allows every one (muslim) to be a judge of other persons. If someone, with discussion or no discussion, feels that you offend his religion and have "strange" ideas, they can judge you for heresy. It's their right to correct by force & violence something wrong they see . That's the difference with other religions and with such mentality or "believes" you can't have a discussion, because if you can't express yourself correctly or somebody misunderstood what you say, misinterpret it, you can say goodbye to yourself and your family. With such behaviour, forget about any dialogue (the few reasonable muslims, can't change the principles followed by the other million ones).

08 March, 2006 13:11  
Blogger ph said...

Couln't agree more. But what are we going to do?

08 March, 2006 14:32  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

give them the queens treatment from Alice in wonderland

08 March, 2006 20:31  
Blogger ph said...

Sounds very adequate, .. but the ignorant at this end never read the book. What is it - if at all explainable ???

08 March, 2006 20:43  

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