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MessagePosté le: Sam 13 Oct - 16:44 (2012)    Sujet du message: HIGH RANKING DOJ OFFICIAL REFUSES TO AFFIRM 1st AMENDMENT RIGHTS Répondre en citant

HIGH RANKING DOJ OFFICIAL REFUSES TO AFFIRM 1st AMENDMENT RIGHTS


In a Constitution Subcommittee hearing yesterday, Congressman Trent Franks (AZ-02) questioned Assistant Attorney General, Thomas Perez, over the Administration's commitment to 1st Amendment rights. Franks' questions were prompted by a Daily Caller article from late last year in which Perez was quoted as warmly embracing the proposals of Islamist advocates in a meeting at George Washington University, among them a request for "a legal declaration that U.S. citizens' criticism of Islam constitutes racial discrimination."

Perez reportedly ended the meeting with an enthusiastic closing speech and was quoted as saying, "I sat here the entire time, taking notes...I have some very concrete thoughts ... in the aftermath of this."

In yesterday's hearing, Chairman Franks asked Perez to affirm that the Administration would "never entertain or advance a proposal that criminalizes speech against any religion?" Perez refused.


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MessagePosté le: Ven 26 Oct - 16:47 (2012)    Sujet du message: ONU : IL FAUT LIMITER LA LIBERTÉ D'EXPRESSION POUR PRÉVENIR LA VIOLENCE MUSULMANE (NAVI PILLAY) Répondre en citant

ONU : IL FAUT LIMITER LA LIBERTÉ D'EXPRESSION POUR PRÉVENIR LA VIOLENCE MUSULMANE (NAVI PILLAY)

25/10/2012



 
Navi Pillay reprend à son compte l'obsession liberticide de l'OCI au lieu d'encourager les musulmans à se comporter de manière civilisée.

A noter également la mention de l'attaque contre le consulat de Benghazi. Or il ne s'agissait pas d'une réaction au film "anti-islam" mais d'un attentat djihadiste par des éléments liés à Al-Qaïda. Note à Navi Pillay : le blasphème NE cause PAS le terrorisme.



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Un haut responsable des droits humains a déclaré, depuis le siège de l’ONU, que les dirigeants mondiaux doivent trouver un moyen de s’assurer que la liberté d’expression n’est pas synonyme de violence.

Le Haut Commissaire des Nations Unies aux droits de l'homme, Navi Pillay, a déclaré qu’il y a des signes de tensions croissantes entre la liberté d'expression et la religion.« J’ai publiquement déploré ou condamné diverses manifestations de haine religieuse ou de sectarisme, et j’ai régulièrement exhorté les leaders politiques et religieux à condamner la violence, y compris les pertes de vie en réaction à de tels incidents dans différentes parties du monde », a-t-elle dit.

Les protestations au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord contre un film anti-islamique ont tourné à la violence, incitant le gouvernement américain à publier de larges avertissements aux voyageurs.

L'adjointe au Haut Commissaire aux droits de l'homme, Kyung Wha-kang, a dit à des fonctionnaires du Maroc cette semaine que des incidents comme l'attaque du mois dernier en Libye où un ambassadeur américain a été tué ont « sonné l’alarme sur le niveau de haine et de cynisme des éléments écervelés et extrémistes dans les sociétés ».

Source : Pillay: Hatred, free speech dont mix, UPI, 24 octobre 2012. Traduit par Poste de veille

http://www.postedeveille.ca/2012/10/onu-il-faut-limiter-la-liberte-dexpression-pour-prevenir-la-violence-musulmane.html


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MessagePosté le: Ven 26 Oct - 20:23 (2012)    Sujet du message: LA TURQUIE, LE BRÉSIL ET LA SUÈDE PRÉSENTERONT À L'ONU UN PROJET D'INTERDICTION DES "ATTEINTES AU SACRÉ" Répondre en citant

 LA TURQUIE, LE BRÉSIL ET LA SUÈDE PRÉSENTERONT À L'ONU UN PROJET D'INTERDICTION DES "ATTEINTES AU SACRÉ"

26/10/2012

Une autre initiative visant à introduire le délit de blasphème en droit international !

A noter que les diplomates derrière cette initiative imputent l'attaque du consulat américain de Benghazi le 11 septembre à la colère suscitée par le film L'innocence des musulmans. Or cette attaque djihadiste a été orchestrée par des éléments liés à Al-Qaïda et n'a aucun lien avec le film. = (Obama adm.)

L'un des objectifs d'Al-Qaïda est l'abolition de la liberté d'expression et de la démocratie. Toute initiative visant à limiter la liberté d'expression dans le vain espoir de prévenir les violences musulmanes n'est rien d'autre qu'une capitulation devant la terreur et un encouragement à la poursuite du djihad violent.



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La Turquie a invité les ministres des Affaires étrangères du Brésil et de la Suède à participer à la réunion annuelle des ambassadeurs turcs du 2 au 9 janvier à Izmir pour discuter d'une initiative conjointe visant à prévenir les atteintes aux valeurs sacrées.

La Turquie a fait cette proposition au cours de l'Assemblée générale des Nations Unies en septembre après l’indignation suscitée par le film anti-islam intitulé «L’innocence des musulmans» ayant mené à l’assassinat de l’ambassadeur américain en Libye, Christopher Stevens, et de trois autres Américains lors d’une attaque contre le consulat américain à Benghazi. Des hommes armés non identifiés avaient attaqué le consulat lors de protestations de musulmans contre le film produit aux États-Unis qui insulterait Mahomet.

L'initiative «Trois puissances douces de trois continents» vise également à sécuriser les diplomates dans les missions étrangères en accroissant les précautions contre les menaces terroristes auxquelles ils sont confrontés. Les ministres des Affaires étrangères Antonio de Aguiar Patriota du Brésil et Carl Bildt de Suède ont été invités à la réunion de janvier pour poursuivre les travaux sur cette initiative.

Les diplomates des trois pays ont ​​commencé à travailler sur les documents de l'initiative à New York et ils comptent les présenter à l’ONU en 2013.

Source : Turkey, Brazil, Sweden to meet on faith insults, Hurriyet, 26 octobre 2012. Traduction par Poste de veille

http://www.postedeveille.ca/2012/10/la-turquie-le-bresil-et-la-suede-discutent-de-linterdit-des-atteintes-au-sacre.html


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MessagePosté le: Dim 4 Nov - 02:47 (2012)    Sujet du message: UN REPRESENTATIVE CALLS FOR ESTABLISHING A 'WORLD CAPITAL'-- IN ISLAMIC ISTANBUL Répondre en citant

UN REPRESENTATIVE CALLS FOR ESTABLISHING A 'WORLD CAPITAL'-- IN ISLAMIC ISTANBUL

By Dan Gainor
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The world needs a global capital and it should be the capital of Islamic Turkey, Istanbul, according to a UN special representative. Richard Falk, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Palestinian human rights, wrote a Nov. 1, 2012, opinion piece for the controversial al Jazeera English site calling for a "global capital" because of integration "by markets, by globally constituted battlefields, by changing geopolitical patterns."

While Turkey is a longstanding U.S. ally and a member of NATO, its nearly 80 million population is 99.8 percent Muslim, according to the CIA Factbook. Its Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has had several run-ins with Israel over access to Gaza. In March, he urged Israel to "stop the brutal attack against Palestinians and stop the massacre and bloodshed."

The U.S. Embassy in Turkey sent out an "emergency message" for U.S. citizens in September warning of "a planned anti-American march/protest" in Istanbul. The march was tied to protests against the YouTube video claimed by critics to be anti-Islamic. "The Department of State strongly recommends avoiding the march/protest location as well as any other large crowds that may gather in Istanbul to protest against the controversial video that has created other demonstrations throughout the world," explained the warning.

Falk recommended what al Jazeera called a "modest proposal" that should move the world past "the persisting tendency is to view the hierarchy of global cities from a West-centric perspective: London, New York, Paris, Los Angeles placed in the first rank." Along with his UN duties, he is the Albert G. Milbank Professor Emeritus of International Law at Princeton University and Visiting Distinguished Professor in Global and International Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Falk said there were two sides on where to locate such a capital - hard and soft power dynamics. He defined hard power as a view "that history is principally made by those who prevail in warfare, and little else."

His description of soft power included "culture, political vitality, religious identity and ethics shapes and forms what unfolds." He listed "several factors" why to choose Istanbul. Those included the city as a tourist destination, it has "also become a secure and acceptable place to hold the most delicate diplomatic discussions," it is convenient, and Turkey has "gained economic and political credibility at a time when so many important states have either been treading water so as to remain afloat."

He credited Turkey for "achieving a stable interface between secular principles and religious freedom" and for "moving away from the 'over-secularisation.'" Falk said choosing Istanbul as a world capital would be good because Turkey could provide the "satisfactions of a post-Western world civilisation."

Editor's Note: Dan Gainor is the Media Research Center's Vice President for Business and Culture.

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MessagePosté le: Mar 13 Nov - 04:06 (2012)    Sujet du message: U.S. TO LEGITIMIZE U.N HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL FOR THREE MORE YEARS Répondre en citant


U.S. TO LEGITIMIZE U.N HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL FOR THREE MORE YEARS

- UN Watch (Bio and Archives) Monday, November 12, 2012






This article by Anne Bayefsky appears on National Review Online.

The Obama administration was reelected today for a second three-year term to the U.N.’s top human-rights body, the Human Rights Council, with substantially fewer votes than human-rights heavyweights United Arab Emirates, Kazakhstan, Côte d’Ivoire, Venezuela, and Pakistan. Moreover, fewer than half of Council members now poised to begin applying democratic standards to the rest of the world, are themselves “fully free,” according to Freedom House rankings. = Democratic standards = sharia laws

Also coming out a big winner today was the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), which retained the balance of power on the Council. Council membership is divided among five regional groups, and the African and Asian regional groups comprise the majority of members. OIC states will continue to make up the majority on each of the African and Asian regional groups.

None of that fazed Obama U.N. ambassador Susan Rice. She told reporters after the vote that the outcome validated the administration’s decision to join the Council. Actually, the reverse is true. U.S. membership validates the Council as a serious human rights body — despite the fact that it is the U.N. entity chiefly responsible for the demonization of the state of Israel as allegedly the world’s worst human-rights violator. Thirty-eight percent of all the human rights criticism directed at specific countries by the Council in its six-year history has been directed at Israel alone. None has been directed at countries such as Saudi Arabia and China, to name but a few.

Rice is, of course, no stranger to diplomatic deceit, a trait shared by her Council colleagues. With a straight face Pakistani ambassador Masood Khan told the press after his country’s election today, “All forces and all segments of civil society in Pakistan are committed to civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights.”

That would be news to say, Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani girl shot in the head by fellow Pakistanis for advocating girls’ education.

The validation theme paraded by the Obama administration was echoed by the regime of another Council winner, Hugo Chavez. Venezuela ambassador Jorge Valero Briceňo told journalists that his country’s election was a recognition of the quality of democracy in Venezuela and its highly developed human-rights record.

The Bush administration eschewed joining the Council after the General Assembly in 2006 refused to institute pre-conditions for membership such as . . . really protecting human rights.

By contrast, team Obama has turned heralding bogus human-rights accomplishments into an art-form. Today, Rice pointed to the Council’s “approach to Sudan” as one of its “finer moments.” In reality, this past September the Council watered down a resolution on mere “technical assistance” to Sudan to such an extent that it was welcomed as a “victory” by the government of Sudan.

Behind the scenes, the European Union had fought the U.S. delegation to strengthen the criticism of Sudan — and lost. The majority of General Assembly members voting today were evidently grateful.

The spectacle may portend an Obama second-term with Rice in a key role. She both bragged to reporters about fictional “strong American leadershipwhile adding a throw-away line about the “flaw” of “excessive focus on Israel.” Brace yourselves for four more years of such “leadership” and the minor nuisance of Israel’s life-and-death struggle for legitimacy and equality on the world stage.

http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/51026


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MessagePosté le: Mar 20 Nov - 22:37 (2012)    Sujet du message: YÉMEN : BAN APPORTE SON SOUTIEN AUX PROGRÈS RÉALISÉS VERS LA TRANSITION DÉMOCRATIQUE, QU'IL VEUT « IRRÉVERSIBLE » Répondre en citant



YÉMEN : BAN APPORTE SON SOUTIEN AUX PROGRÈS RÉALISÉS VERS LA TRANSITION DÉMOCRATIQUE, QU'IL VEUT « IRRÉVERSIBLE »

ENGLISH : Yemen: Ban welcomes progress with democratic transition, says process must be ‘irreversible
http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=43540&Cr=yemen&Cr1=

Vous pouvez prendre ce message du secrétaire général des Nations Unies Ban Ki-Moon comme un message et une réponse à tous ces leaders et gouvernements qui  ont demandé que soit imposé une limitation dans le droit d'expression contre l'Islam, suite à la sortie du film l'innocence des musulmans".  Cette transition démocratique est donc une confirmation et un appel à tous les dirigeants de travailler de concert en vue de continuer d'aller de l'avant afin d'établir un état islamique international.



19 November 2012 – Le Secrétaire général Ban Ki-moon a exhorté lundi le Yémen à consolider les progrès réalisés en un an depuis la signature de l'accord historique de transition, qui a permis de mettre fin aux violences et de lancer le processus de transition démocratique. 

« Votre pays […] se trouvait au bord de la guerre civile il y a tout juste un an. Mais vous l'avez évité grâce au courage politique et à la détermination qui ont permis à la sagesse et à la prévoyance de l'emporter », s'est félicité M. Ban lors d'une conférence de presse donnée à Sanaa, au Yémen, où il est actuellement en déplacement. 

« Ce processus doit devenir irréversible. Il n'y a pas de retour en arrière possible », a-t-il dit. 

Le Secrétaire général s'est rendu au Yémen pour célébrer le premier anniversaire de l'accord de paix et de transition, qui avait été conclu à Riyad, en Arabie saoudite, en novembre 2011, et pour apporter son soutien personnel au processus de transition yéménite.

« L'ONU est ici pour marquer les progrès réalisés et réaffirmer notre engagement auprès du peuple et du gouvernement yéménites en faveur d'un avenir meilleur et plus prospère et d'une démocratie participative », a affirmé M. Ban. 

Un élément important de la transition au Yémen a été le « DIALOGUE NATIONAL » inclusif programmé pour l'an prochain et qui devrait aboutir à un processus constitutionnel d'ici la fin de 2013, suivi d'élections législatives en février 2014. 

Le Secrétaire général a souligné l'importance du dialogue national et rappelé l'importance de sa nature inclusive, en particulier vis-à-vis des femmes et des jeunes. Il a rappelé que si le calme est revenu dans la plupart des régions du Yémen, il reste d'importants défis à surmonter. 

« C'est un moment historique pour le pays, mais il est encore trop tôt pour célébrer la victoire. Il reste un long chemin à parcourir. Je sais qu'il y a et qu'il y aura de nombreux obstacles et défis à surmonter », a prévenu M. Ban. = Comme de celui d'exterminer tous les chrétiens! 

Lors de son déplacement, M. Ban a rencontré le Président du Yémen, Abdarabuh Mansour Hadi, qui est à la tête de son pays depuis les élections de février cette année. Il s'est également entretenu avec le Premier ministre, Mohamed Salim Basindwah, ainsi qu'avec plusieurs membres de son gouvernement et des représentants de la société civile. 

Plus tard dans la journée de lundi, le Secrétaire général s'est envolé pour l'Égypte où il a rencontré le Ministre des affaires étrangères pour une discussion sur la situation à Gaza et au sud d'Israël et sur les efforts égyptiens d'une trêve entre les parties prenantes. 

Mardi, M. Ban aura pour interlocuteurs le Président égyptien, Mohamed Morsi, le Premier ministre, Hesham Kandil, et le Secrétaire général de la Ligue des États arabes, Nabil El-Araby.

http://www.un.org/apps/newsFr/storyF.asp?NewsID=29373&Cr=yémen&Cr1


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 22 Nov - 19:29 (2012)    Sujet du message: STATE DEPT. OFFICIAL TO ATTEND OIC MEETING TODAY ON BANNING ‘DEFAMATION OF ISLAM’ UPDATE: OIC SCRUBS WEBSITE, SCREENSHOT ADDED, COVER-UP BEGINS Répondre en citant



STATE DEPT. OFFICIAL TO ATTEND OIC MEETING TODAY ON BANNING ‘DEFAMATION OF ISLAM’ UPDATE: OIC SCRUBS WEBSITE, SCREENSHOT ADDED, COVER-UP BEGINS


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UPDATE: Well, that didn’t last long. Earlier this morning before I posted this item the OIC press release noted that U.S. Consul General in Jeddah Anne Casper would be attending the OIC’s meeting:
 
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The Session will be attended by Prof. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the OIC Secretary General. It will be chaired by Ambassador Ahmad Taib , Director General of the Branch of the Saudi Foreign Ministry, Makkah Al-Mukarrammah region. It will also be attended by Sergey Kuznetsov, Consul General of the Russian Federation and Anne Casper, US Consul General in Jeddah. But within the past few hours that mention has been scrubbed. The press release I linked to earlier now reads:

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The Session will be attended by Prof. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the OIC Secretary General and members of the Jeddah diplomatic community and other invited guests.


No more mention of Anne Casper attending today’s OIC session on banning “defamation of Islam.” Let the cover-up begin! Here’s a screenshot of the earlier version noting Casper’s attendance at today’s meeting (click to enlarge):



 ORIGINAL POST: After the disaster of trying to blame an obscure YouTube video for the attack on the CIA operation in Benghazi and Obama’s prophecy at the UN that “the future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam,” Hillary Clinton’s State Department appears to be taking another run at the First Amendment free speech rights of American citizens.

A notice was posted yesterday on the website of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) about a symposium to be held today at the OIC headquarters in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on “Defamation Acts Against Islam.” And one top U.S. State Department official will be in attendance:


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The headquarters of the General Secretariat of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation will host a symposium on “Defamation Acts against Islam: conflict dimensions and perspectives of co-existence between Islam and the West” on Monday 19/11/2012. The Session will be attended by Prof. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the OIC Secretary General. It will be chaired by Ambassador Ahmad Taib , Director General of the Branch of the Saudi Foreign Ministry, Makkah Al-Mukarrammah region. It will also be attended by Sergey Kuznetsov, Consul General of the Russian Federation and Anne Casper, US Consul General in Jeddah.



The OIC has made no secret of its intentions to use the UN and international law to criminalize what they consider to be “defamation of Islam.” For example, OIC Secretary General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu gave a speech last Friday on “An OIC Approach for Combating Discrimination and Intolerance against Muslims,” in which he gave a road map of how they plan to do it:OIC’s position has all along been entrenched in international legal instruments and we need to build on this tradition. We must emphasize that there is no hierarchy of human rights whereby a single right can trump others. Freedom of opinion and expression is among the fundamental rights.It does not include a licence to hate mongering. Freedom of expression does not mean the right to vilify. Our position must also be rooted in history and culture. Having indicated our seriousness at building consensus, we must seek to be reciprocated in the same spirit. We need to seek multi-stakeholder support for an international discourse seeking an INTERCULTURAL SOLUTION – A solution that acknowledges that denigration of symbols and personalities sacred in Islam must be viewed as a matter of identity. It inflicts the psyche of Muslim all over the world. It is in that context that we seek an end to the systematic pattern and increasing frequency of events that contribute towards stereotyping, stigmatization and alienation of Muslims. Such events constitute an affront to human dignity violating the whole range of human rights of victims.

Coinciding with that “brainstorming” session during the OIC’s annual meeting of foreign ministers, the OIC released its Fifth Annual Report on Islamophobia, which is primarily directed at acts of free speech committed in the United States.

Hillary Clinton’s complicity with the OIC towards these ends is no surprise either, since she met twice with the OIC last year as part of the “Istanbul Process,” including her vow to use “old fashioned techniques of peer-pressure and shaming” to target “Islamophobia.”

Those meetings played out last December when the State Department backed the OIC-drafted UN Human Rights Council Resolution 16/18. Check out the membership of the UN Human Rights Council.

No word on when Hillary Clinton intends to press the OIC about the pandemic racism and “kafirphobia” of the Muslim world.

http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2012/11/18/state-dept-official-to-attend-oic-meet… 



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 22 Nov - 19:45 (2012)    Sujet du message: LE SECRÉTARIAT GÉNÉRAL DE L’OCI ABRITE UN SYMPOSIUM SUR LES ACTES DIFFAMATOIRES À L'ENCONTRE DE L'ISLAM Répondre en citant

LE SECRÉTARIAT GÉNÉRAL DE L’OCI ABRITE UN SYMPOSIUM SUR LES ACTES DIFFAMATOIRES À L'ENCONTRE DE L'ISLAM

Date: 18/11/2012 -


Le siège du Secrétariat général de l’Organisation de Coopération islamique (OCI) à Djeddah abritera le lundi 19 novembre 2012 un symposium sur le thème « les actes diffamatoires à l’encontre de l’Islam : dimensions du conflit et perspectives de la coexistence entre l’Islam et l’occident ».

Le Secrétaire général de l’OCI, le Prof. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu prendra part à ce symposium qui sera présidé par l’ambassadeur Mohamed Ahmed Taïb, directeur général de la branche du ministère des Affaires étrangères saoudien dans la région de Makkah al-Moukarramah, en présence de Monsieur Sergey Kuznetsov, Consul général de la Fédération de Russie à Djeddah, et Madame Anne Casper, consul général des Etats-Unis à Djeddah.


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MessagePosté le: Ven 23 Nov - 15:51 (2012)    Sujet du message: UN OFFICIAL WELCOMES ASEAN COMMITMENT TO HUMAN RIGHTS, BUT CONCERNED OVER DECLARATION WORDING Répondre en citant

UN OFFICIAL WELCOMES ASEAN COMMITMENT TO HUMAN RIGHTS, BUT CONCERNED OVER DECLARATION WORDING


High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay. UN Photo/Jean-Marc Ferré

19 November 2012 – The United Nations human rights chief today welcomed the renewed commitment by leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to universal human rights norms – but expressed concern that the regional body’s recently-adopted human rights declaration, the region’s first, retains language that is not consistent with international standards.

The international human rights mechanisms will continue to hold ASEAN member states to their international obligations and encourage ASEAN to strengthen further its regional human rights framework,” the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, added in a news release.

Meeting in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh, the regional body’s leaders on Sunday adopted the so-called ASEAN Human Rights Declaration (AHRD), which affects some 600 million people within the borders of the regional body’s ten member countries.

According to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), the ASEAN leaders, in a statement on the AHRD’s adoption, stated that they were committed “to ensure that the implementation of the AHRD be in accordance with our commitment to the Charter of the United Nations, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Vienna Declaration and Program of Action, and other international human rights instruments to which ASEAN Member States are parties…”

Earlier this month, the High Commissioner drew attention to elements of the AHRD that fall below international standards and called for ASEAN leaders to review their efforts on the Declaration, expressing concern over the lack of inclusive and meaningful consultation with civil society in the region during its preparation.

“Other regions have shown how regional human rights systems can evolve and improve over time, and I am confident this will be the same for ASEAN,” Ms. Pillay said. “Looking ahead, it is essential that ASEAN ensures that any language inconsistent with international human rights standards does not become a part of any binding regional human rights convention.”

In addition to the High Commissioner, the largest body of independent experts in the UN human rights system also flagged their concerns about the then-draft AHRD last week.

While noting that the adoption of a “credible” AHRD would represent a significant step by ASEAN to develop a regional human rights system, the experts expressed reservations with the draft, noting that it was “imperative” that the document “maintains international standards” if it is to complement the work of the UN human rights system.

http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=43536&Cr=human+rights&Cr1


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MessagePosté le: Ven 23 Nov - 23:14 (2012)    Sujet du message: OBAMA IS SELLING OUT AMERICA TO THE MUSLIM COUNTRIES. Répondre en citant

OBAMA IS SELLING OUT AMERICA TO THE MUSLIM COUNTRIES.

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MessagePosté le: Mar 4 Déc - 03:49 (2012)    Sujet du message: UPF CHAPTERS OBSERVE HUMAN RIGHTS DAY Répondre en citant



UPF CHAPTERS OBSERVE HUMAN RIGHTS DAY
 
Funny to see how they're so easy to bebunk. If you look at this article "UN VOTES TO IMPLEMENT DURBAN PLAN" http://www.eyeontheun.org/developments-item.asp?d=9862&id=13041 , first you will see in the Durban conference in 2011, the countries who stand against these new human rights who are now under Sharia laws. Second, the reason : Global efforts for the total elimination of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance and the comprehensive implementation of and follow-up to the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action"" (and now we have the crime of Islamophobia since some months), you will see that Canada vote against this global reform, and I've told you many times, it was just pure hypocrisy. Today I give you one more prove that Canada is not telling us the truth.

Canada and UFP are both the puppets of the Roman Empire and Pope Benedict XVI. In this article, you will see UFP/Canada who's there to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948.

Not only, Canada and other countries are lying to you and me by this celebration of human rights who dosen't exist anymore and who were never respected. You just have to take a look off all these wars around the world to see that humans rights never figure in top on their priority. Canada, under UFP, a globalist religious movement are liars and deceivers and protect by their silence the global Caliphate and global terrorists Jihadists. They says that : "We are one family under God" but I can assure you it's not the God Almighty, the God of Heaven, the Messiah. Our God is truth, real JUSTICE and real PEACE.  

By UPF - International
Monday, December 03, 2012

UPF chapters in Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, and Peru are holding commemorations of UN Human Rights Day in response to the UN's appeal to "Make your voice count!" December 10 is the anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948.

Human Rights Day presents an opportunity, every year, to celebrate human rights, highlight a specific issue, and advocate for the full enjoyment of all human rights by everyone everywhere. This year, the UN shines a spotlight on the rights of all people — women, youth, minorities, persons with disabilities, indigenous people, the poor and marginalized — to make their voices heard in public life and be included in political decision-making.



These human rights — the rights to freedom of opinion and expression, to peaceful assembly and association, and to take part in government (articles 19, 20 and 21 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights) have been at the center of the historic changes in the Arab world over the past two years, in which millions have taken to the streets to demand change. In other parts of the world, the “99%” made their voices heard through the global Occupy movement protesting economic, political and social inequality.
UN's theme for 2012: "Make your voice count!"

The UN has organized three ways for people around the world to contribute to the global conversation:

Share your thoughts about the right to participate in public life and political decision-making, using #VoiceCount.

Take part in a series of four Google+ Hangouts between 22 November and 10 December to engage with senior UN officials and leading experts on the rights of minorities, persons with disabilities, the impact of business on human rights, and beyond.

And, starting on 1 December, send the UN your questions using #AskRights. Selected questions will be answered by the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, at a Human Rights Day Google+ Hangout.

UPF promotes the understanding that human rights are secured not merely through laws, backed by the power of government enforcement, but by a rising awareness of our universal solidarity, that we are one human family, brothers and sisters who share a common spiritual and moral heritage. We are one family under God.


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MessagePosté le: Ven 7 Déc - 20:46 (2012)    Sujet du message: ISNA HOLDS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RIGHTS OF RELIGIOUS MINORITIES; CHOOSES ADVISORS PART OF ANTI-SEMITIC THEOLOGICAL BODY Répondre en citant

ISNA HOLDS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RIGHTS OF RELIGIOUS MINORITIES; CHOOSES ADVISORS PART OF ANTI-SEMITIC THEOLOGICAL BODY


U.S. Islamic media is reporting that the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) has co-sponsored the ‘Inaugural International Conference on Citizenship and Minorities in the Muslim World’ in Tunis, Tunisia. According to an American Muslim report:

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On November 19-20, The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) co-sponsored the ‘Inaugural International Conference on Citizenship and Minorities in the Muslim World’ in Tunis, Tunisia. This groundbreaking conference represents ISNA’s ongoing work with Muslim leaders worldwide to establish consensus on Islamic standards and protocols for the advancement of religious freedom, particularly for religious minorities in Muslim-majority countries. The other cosponsors of the conference were the Global Centre for Renewal and Guidance and the Tunisian Ministry of Religious Affairs, led by Shaykh Abdallah Bin Bayyah and Dr. Noureddine al-Khademi, respectively. Conference participants included Ambassador Rashad Hussain, President Obama’s Special Envoy to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Bou Abdallah Ghulamullah, Algeria Minister of Islamic Affairs and Endowments, Ministers of Religious Affairs and scholars from numerous countries, including Syria, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, and several other countries. Since last year, ISNA has been working with Muslim scholars worldwide, particularly Sh. Abdallah Bin Bayyah, Vice President of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, to develop a mechanism to address challenges faced by religious minorities in Muslim-majority communities around the world. Last week’s conference is the latest in a series of scholarly meetings this year, including one this past July in Nouakchott, Mauritania. This conference serves as the inaugural event for an even larger conference of scholars which will be held in 2013 in Morocco. In advance of last week’s conference, ISNA commissioned three prominent scholars, Sh. Bin Bayyah, Dr. al-Khademi, and Sh. Rached Ghannouchi, Vice Secretary General of the International Union of Muslim Scholars to present foundational papers on the notion of citizenship and the rights of religious minorities.
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A post from July reported that Rashad Hussain, President Obama’s Special Envoy to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, had attended the meeting in Mauritania identified above. A post from May reported that Rachid Ghannouchi would be speaking at INSA’s 49th annual convention in August.

The choice by ISNA of Mr. Ghannouchi and Abdallah Bin Bayyah to help protect the rights of religious minorities would seem ill-advised given the background of the two individuals. Both are known to have been members of the European Council for Fatwa and Research, the theological body headed by Global Muslim Brotherhood leader Youssef Qaradawi and affiliated with the Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe, essentially comprising the European Muslim Brotherhood. The ECFR meets annually and a Wall Street Journal reporter who attended a 2004 meeting described the extremism and antisemitism that took place:

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“…members, speaking in Arabic, explained how European Muslim family life was under attack. ‘Extremist fundamentalist powers based on aggression on the part of the Crusader and Zionist alliance in the West are now preparing their cultural strategy according to a new wave of secular tendencies,’ said Ahmed Ali Al- Imam, a Sudanese religious figure who advocates the implementation of sharia in his religiously divided country. Other papers accepted traditional norms that directly contradict Western law and society, especially regarding women and marriage. Women should only cut their hair with their husbands’ permission, and “any woman who would marry without a male guardian’s consent, her wedding is invalid,” declared Muhammad Hawari, a Germany-based member of the group.

Sometimes the group’s advice seems aimed at Muslims from another era. ‘Children should eat clean food and use clean water. They should not urinate in water wells,’ Mr. Hawari wrote in a paper.

Adoption, he added, was forbidden, because a woman might be seen in a state of undress by a child other than her biological offspring.

And if a child is adopted, Mr. Hawari said they should not be given equal rights to biological children.”



The same reporter also wrote that a Council member cited “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” a notorious anti-Semitic forgery written in czarist Russia, in a position paper on how Muslim families are under threat in Europe. “The Protocols, the speaker said, was evidence of a Jewish plot to undermine Muslim moral values through sexual permissiveness.” Qaradawi himself is a virulent anti-Semite is often referred to here as the most important leader of the global Muslim Brotherhood, an acknowledgement of his role as the de facto spiritual leader of the movement. He is also considered to be the “spiritual guide” for Hamas and his fatwas in support of suicide bombings against Israeli citizens were instrumental in the development of the phenomenon. A recent post has discussed a video compilation of Qaradawi’s extremist statements.

Qaradawi is also the head of the International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS) where Bin Bayyah and Rachid Ghannouchi are serving as officers. The IUMS was launched on July 11, 2004 in conjunction with a visit by Youssef Qaradawi to London for a meeting of the European Council for Fatwa and Research. Many prominent individuals tied to the Global Muslim Brotherhood are or have been associated with the IUMS including:
  • Ismail Haniyeh (Hamas Prime Minister in Gaza)
  • Safwat Hegazi (close to the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood )
  • Isam al-Bashir (Sudanese Muslim Brotherhood leader)
  • Jamal Badawi (U.S. Muslim Brotherhood leader)
  • Mohammad Sawalha (U.K. Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas)
  • Basheer Nafi (Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader, formerly associated with the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT)
  • Isaq Farhan (Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood)
  • Salah Sultan (formerly tied to U.S. Muslim Brotherhood, noted anti-Semite)

The only reasonable explanation for ISNA’s selection of Mr. Ghannouchi and Abdallah Bin Bayyah is its own ties to the Global Muslim Brotherhood. As documented in a Hudson Institute report, ISNA grew directly out of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood. Contrary to its claim that ISNA has a “long record of fighting hate, extremism, and bigotry, including anti-Semitism”, the organization actually has a long history of fundamentalism, anti-semitism, and support for terrorism and during the recent Holy Land Foundation terrorism financing trial, ISNA was named as an unindicted co-conspirator as a result of what the government called “ISNA’s and NAIT’s intimate relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood, the Palestine Committee, and the defendants in this case.” Although it is true that recently ISNA has issued condemnations of terrorism which for the first time identify Hamas and Hezbollah by name, there is no indication that the organization has ever addressed or acknowledged its history of support for terrorism. Also, as the Hudson Institute report observes, almost all of the ISNA founders remain active in the organization and ISNA maintains close relations with all other components of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood. A previous post discussed the ties between the ISNA Secretary-General, a former leader of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) Chicago chapter, and an Illinois school with close links to the Mosque Foundation, itself tied to fundraising for Hamas. Despite its long history of association with fundamentalism, terrorism, and anti-Semitism, ISNA has been successful of late in building alliances with Jewish leaders and organizations.

Former ISNA officials such as Muzammil Siddiqi, Sayyid Syeed, and Mohamed Magid have been particularly active in promoting Holocaust awareness, including participating in a trip last August to concentration camp sites in Europe. A post from October 2011 reported on a controversial conference associated with ISNA that was accused by a critics of being sponsored by organizers who made anti-Semitic and anti-gay remarks.

For more background on Mr. Ghannouchi, go here.

For more background on Abdallah Bin Bayyah, go here
  1. Anti-Semitic Remarks At ISNA Conference Stir Controversy
  2. ISNA President Comments On Jews Might Seen Be Anti-Semitic
  3. EXCLUSIVE: Obama OIC Envoy Meets With Qaradawi Associate In Mauritania; Abdallah Bin Bayyah Part Of Antisemitic Religious Body
  4. Egyptian Author Says Muslim Brotherhood Responsible For Deteriorating Position of Religious Minorities
  5. ISNA Hosts Conference Featuring Global Muslim Brotherhood Leaders

http://globalmbreport.org/?p=7669&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+TheGlobalMuslimBrotherhoodDailyReport+%28The+Global+Muslim+Brotherhood+Daily+Report%29


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RECOMMENDED READING: “CAIR PROTESTS SAUDI RADICAL'S EXCLUSION FROM U.S”

The Investigative Project has published a report on complaints by the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) that the U.S has blocked Saudi scholar Ayed al-Qarni (aka Awad Al-Qarn) from entering the country in order to attend a U.S. Muslim Brotherhood convention. The IP report begins:

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IPT News December 27, 2012 The head of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) vows to complain to U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials after they blocked a radical Saudi cleric from entering the country this week to attend a national Islamist conference in Chicago. Sheikh Ayed al-Qarni was scheduled to speak twice during the Muslim American-Society (MAS)/Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) national convention Dec. 22-25. But a statement released during the convention expressed ‘the unpleasant and saddening news’ that al-Qarni had been removed from his flight from Saudi Arabia despite having a visa from the U.S. embassy, and that he appears to be on the U.S. ‘no-fly list.’ Al-Qarni is described as ‘one of our great speakers’ and as someone known ‘for his logical discourse and balanced views, he promotes understanding and collaboration between all people, regardless of their faith, background, or language.’ Al-Qarni has advocated jihad in the past and his preaching on the subject has been described as influential among al-Qaida followers. CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad told an Arabic news outlet that he would protest al-Qarni’s exclusion with DHS and State Department officials. ‘We defend all Muslims who are subject to arbitrary measure, and by this logic, we will act but not formally plead, unless we obtain authorization from him.’ It’s an ironic protest to make in light of a public relations campaign orchestrated by CAIR’s Chicago chapter. ‘MyJihad’ aims to show non-Muslims that the term jihad is more about peaceful, personal attempts at overcoming challenges than about calls for violence and terror. Through Awad, also a listed speaker at the convention, CAIR is fighting to bring a Saudi cleric into the United States who has argued the exact opposite message. During a 2005 sermon flagged by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), al-Qarni called the jihad against American forces in Fallujah ‘a source of pride … downing their planes, destroying equipment, slaughtering them, taking them hostage, and proclaiming ‘Allah Akhbar’ from the mosques, and the worshippers and the preacher cursing them in their prayers, and then come others begging for forgiveness, and requesting a dialogue and a ceasefire and negotiations. Who can say even one word against this true Jihad against these colonialist occupiers?’ [Emphasis added]
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An Israeli terrorism research center provides background on Al-Qarni and his 2008 fatwa calling for “attacks on Israeli interests worldwide”:

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Many Islamic sites with forums which identify with the Global Jihad, reported on 28 December 2008, that i, a senior Saudi Arabian Islamic cleric, published a fatwa calling for attacks on Israeli interests worldwide “in response to the slaughtering which the Occupation is perpetrating in the Gaza Strip”. Awad Al-Qarni states in his fatwa: “I am publishing a religious ruling according to which all Israeli interests and anything which has an Israeli affinity, constitutes a legitimate target for the Moslems wherever it may be”. He added “The Zionists must be targets, and their blood must be shed as the blood of our brothers is being shed in Palestine”. Awad Al-Qarni Also stated that: “If not for the laxity of the Arabs and the involvement of some of the Arab governments in this conspiracy, the Zionists would not dare to perpetrate this slaughter”. Awad Al-Qarni has a Ph.D. in Islamic traditional law. He is employed as a lecturer at the King Khaled University in Saudi Arabia, as well at as other educational centers in the Kingdom. He is considered to be one of the harshest rivals of modernization and secularism in the Saudi arena and he frequently voices his radical opinions at the conferences which he attends, in his essays and his publications. Awad Al-Qarni is one of those who signed the opinion paper in March 2006, calling for the support of the Palestinian people and the Hamas, as well as the opinion paper of November 2004, signed by 26 Saudi clerics, who called for Jihad in Iraq.The Al-Faloja forum, which is identified with Global Jihad, called Al-Qarni the Mufti of the Al-Qaida organization in the Arabian Peninsula.



A previous post discussed Al-Qarni’s denials of the former Egyptian government accusations that he is part of the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood. In March 2006, Al-Qarni attended a conference in Bahrain that was also attended by leaders of the global Muslim Brotherhood including Youssef Qaradawi.

Another post from today reports on the 2012 MAS/ICNA convention.

CAIR, ICNA, and the MAS are all part of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood.
http://globalmbreport.org/?p=7796&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=…http://globalmbreport.org/?p=7796&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=…

Related posts:

  1. Saudi Cleric Denies Ties To Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood
  2. CAIR Leader Meets with OIC in Saudi Arabia
  3. RECOMMENDED READING: “State Department’s Continued Outreach To Radicals”
  4. CAIR Leader Presents Media Seminar in Saudi Arabia
  5. CAIR Attends Interfaith Reception Hosted By Saudi King


GlobalMB @ December 30, 2012

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 24 Jan - 21:17 (2013)    Sujet du message: WCC GENERAL SECRETARY MEETS UN HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS Répondre en citant

WCC GENERAL SECRETARY MEETS UN HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

Human Rights who are now under islamic Sharia laws. Ready to implement the Antichrist dictatorship agenda.

24.01.13

JUSTICE should not be secondary to PEACE, and both should go together, according to Dr Navanethem Pillay, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.

She made her comments in an encounter with the Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit, the general secretary of the World Council of Churches (WCC).

They met on 23 January at the UN Human High Commissioner’s Office in Geneva, Switzerland.

In the meeting Tveit shared information concerning the WCC’s work in promoting justice and peace, also a theme of the upcoming assembly of the WCC in Busan, Republic of Korea later this year.

Pillay acknowledged the role of the WCC and noted that the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights following the Second World War was influenced by Christian values and principles. She called the WCC a valued partner of the UN in promoting the universality of human rights and its practical applications. = UN in promoting the universality of ISLAMIC human rights

Tveit spoke with Pillay about the WCC's ongoing commitment to promote and protect human rights. = that's why they created islamophobia laws/blasphemy laws

“The issue of freedom of religion and rights of religious minorities has been a prime concern of the WCC. On behalf of our member churches, we speak for the rights of all religions irrespective of their affiliations,” said Tveit during the meeting. = lie and bullshit

Several examples of the WCC’s recent work in the area of religious freedom were discussed at the meeting including advocacy on the misuse of the blasphemy law in Pakistan and the response to increasing religious intolerance in Nigeria.

“While engaged in advocacy on religious freedom and the rights of all human beings, the WCC also uses an interfaith framework for addressing the human rights concerns rather than limiting them to the interests of Christians alone,” said Tveit. = interfaith framework is a big seduction and trap in all christian communities

Pillay recollected that the UN was in partnership with the WCC in the area of human rights even before the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights was established.

The WCC Commission of the Churches on International Affairs played an important role during the process of drafting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was adopted in 1948. The commission also contributed to development of the principle of freedom of religion and drafting Article 18 of the human rights declaration, a guarantee of religious freedom which has been widely recognized.

The WCC continues to engage with the UN Human Rights Council and its various mechanisms defending human rights in many parts of the world.

The WCC general secretary was accompanied by the WCC’s associate general secretary, Dr Isabel Apawo Phiri, the director of the WCC Commission of the Churches on International Affairs (CCIA), Dr Mathews George Chunakara and the WCC’s programme executive for human rights and global advocacy, Christina Papazoglou.

WCC Commission of the Churches on International Affairs


WCC programme on human rights

http://www.oikoumene.org/fr/nouvelles/news-management/a/fr/article/1634/wcc-general-secretary-mee-3.html


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MessagePosté le: Lun 11 Fév - 16:43 (2013)    Sujet du message: LE PARTENARIAT AVEC LE BLOC ISLAMIQUE, UN ATOUT POUR PRÉVENIR ET RÉSOUDRE LES CONFLITS, AFFIRME BAN Répondre en citant

LE PARTENARIAT AVEC LE BLOC ISLAMIQUE, UN ATOUT POUR PRÉVENIR ET RÉSOUDRE LES CONFLITS, AFFIRME BAN


Le Secrétaire général de l'Onu, Ban Ki-moon. ONU Photo/Mark Garten

7 février 2013 – Le Secrétaire général des Nations Unies, Ban Ki-moon a souligné jeudi l'importance de la poursuite de la coopération entre l'ONU et l'Organisation de la coopération islamique (OCI) en rappelant que ces deux organisations ont la responsabilité de répondre aux aspirations des populations du monde arabe, qui est en pleine transformation.

« Je suis encouragé par le renforcement de la coopération entre nos deux organisations, particulièrement dans le domaine de la prévention et la résolution des conflits », a déclaré M. Ban dans le message qu'il a adressé à la 12ème Conférence islamique au Sommet qui se tient actuellement au Caire, en Égypte.

« L'OCI et l'ONU partagent la responsabilité cruciale de répondre aux aspirations populaires, particulièrement la promotion de la démocratie, la bonne gouvernance, l'état de droit, les droits humains et le progrès socioéconomique », a-t-il ajouté.

Selon le Secrétaire général, nombreux sont les domaines dans lesquels l'ONU et l'OCI peuvent coopérer, notamment pour résoudre les crises humanitaires au Mali et en Syrie et faciliter un processus politique capable d'y mettre fin aux violences. METTRE FIN DU CONFLIT ISRAÉLO-PALESTINIEN DEVRAIT ÉGALEMENT CONSTITUER UNE PRIORITÉ.

M. Ban a par ailleurs affirmé qu'il reste de nombreux défis à relever, notamment dans la LUTTE CONTRE LE TERRORISME. Il a donc appelé à l'intensification des efforts pour renforcer les capacités des États à faire face à cette menace.

« Je partage vos préoccupations quant à la montée de l'intolérance et de la discrimination telle que l'ISLAMOPHOBIE. Malheureusement, nous avons assisté à une rapide escalade des incidents, la plupart émaillés de brutalités et impliquant des personnes et communautés de toutes confessions », a-t-il observé.

Plus tard ce mois-ci, a-t-il noté, les dirigeants du monde entier auront l'occasion de soulever cette question, lors du Cinquième Forum de l'Alliance des civilisations, qui se tiendra à Vienne avec pour objectif de se mobiliser contre la haine et d'unir les peuples de toutes confessions et cultures.

M. Ban a également salué l'engagement des membres de l'Organisation de la conférence islamique pour réaliser le DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE et relever les défis qui se posent sur les plans social, économique et environnemental, ainsi que leur impact sur les CHANGEMENTS CLIMATIQUES.

« Je vous encourage tous à partager vos idées et votre enthousiasme à mesure que nous redoublons d'efforts pour atteindre les OBJECTIFS DU MILLÉNAIRE POUR LE DÉVELOPPEMENT (OMD) et forger un agenda post-2015. Engageons-nous ensemble à faire tout notre possible pour RÉALISER UN AVENIR DURABLE ET ÉDIFIER LE MONDE QUE NOUS VOULONS. »

Les huit OMD fixent des cibles spécifiques à atteindre d'ici à 2015 en matière d'éradication de la pauvreté, d'éducation, d'égalité entre les sexes, de santé maternelle et infantile, de respect de l'environnement, de lutte contre la pandémie de VIH/sida, sans compter la mise en place d'un « partenariat mondial pour le développement ».

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MessagePosté le: Dim 24 Fév - 22:45 (2013)    Sujet du message: ISLAMIC COUNTRIES STILL ATTEMPTING TO STAMP OUT FREE SPEECH WORLDWIDE Répondre en citant

ISLAMIC COUNTRIES STILL ATTEMPTING TO STAMP OUT FREE SPEECH WORLDWIDE

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via National Secular Society – OIC coming back with another attempt to stamp out free speech.
Getting the go-ahead from the Cairo Islamic Summit, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has been actively trying to get the “denigration of religions” recognized as a criminal offence, according to a top official.

“Next session of the Istanbul Process on Islamophobia will be held in the first half of this year, and the session will squarely focus on the issue of criminalizing denigration of religions,” said Rizwan Saeed Sheikh, director of cultural affairs at the OIC general secretariat and spokesman for the OIC secretary general.

In an interview with the Saudi Gazette, Sheikh underscored the need for transposition of the international law to domestic one to effectively combat Islamophobia, which he claimed is “a contemporary manifestation of racism mainly targeting Islam and Muslims”. He said the OIC seeks establishment of an international observatory, based in Geneva, with a global mandate not only to monitor denigration of Islam but all other religions. = the reality is that only islam and his Sharia laws is protect by the international human rights. They now destroy every churches in all countries and killing everyone who dosen't want to convert to islam but that is consider as a conspiracy theory.

“The OIC is of the firm view that any religion or its symbols should not be denigrated. The Cairo Islamic Summit endorsed this position and tasked the OIC secretariat to develop a unified strategy to impress upon the international community to take effective measures against such acts of incitement of intolerance and hatred that may lead to violence and loss of lives,” he said while noting that Islamophobia figured high on the agenda of the summit.

Sheikh, a Pakistani national and an “expert on Islamophobia”, explained the steps taken by the OIC in confronting “Islamophobia” by ensuring active involvement of the international community.

“OIC Secretary-General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu launched a process, known as the Istanbul Process, in July 2011, together with the then US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, as well as with leaders of OIC and non-OIC member states, to build consensus on confronting Islamophobia.

Similar meetings were held later in Washington and London as part of the Istanbul Process, and now the US, UK, the African Union, the Arab League and the OIC are subscribing to the process and taking it forward to discuss the issue specifically. The OIC is going to hold the next event focusing squarely on the issue of criminalizing denigration and deciding on whatever actions need to be taken on the basis of Article 20 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR),” he said.

According to Sheikh, international law, represented by Article 20 of ICCPR, clearly states that denigration of symbols or persons sacred to any religion is a criminal offence. This law ratifies OIC’s position and the only remaining problem is the absence of enforcement in the true spirit by member states. = So why do you persecute jews and christians? Why don't we see in jail all these peoples who deny us the rights to practice our faith?

“This international law is sufficient to cover OIC’s concern but the problem is either a gap of interpretation because of political reasons or a gap of implementation. Though this law is binding on all countries that signed and ratified the article, it is not effectively transposed to the domestic laws of the respective countries. The OIC is exerting efforts to get it enforced globally through the framework of the OIC-sponsored UN Human Rights Council resolution number 16/18, which is an outcome of the Istanbul Process.”

Sheikh also discussed the activities of the OIC observatory, which is under the supervision of the secretary general. “The observatory is monitoring Islamophobia on a daily basis and translating it into monthly and annual reports. The OIC is publishing annual reports and so far it has published five reports, the last of which was submitted at the Djibouti session of foreign ministers held in November. The Cairo summit appreciated the role of the OIC observatory in confronting Islamophobia and asked the secretary general to put more mechanisms in place to strengthen the observatory,” he said. = Do you also monitoring the imans and some governments who on the daily basis spread hate again jews and christians?

Meanwhile, Baroness Warsi, Britain’s “Minister for Faith” gave a speech to the OIC in which she tried to reassure them that their concerns were being listened to, but also making the case for free speech.

Terry Sanderson, president of the National Secular Society, said: “We had thought the OIC had abandoned its plans for an international blasphemy law after it was roundly rejected by the United Nations, but here they are, coming at it again by a different route – but with exactly the same end result, a blanket ban on any criticism of Islam. This is dangerous and dictatorial. We can see in Pakistan what horrors are perpetrated when these kinds of laws are in effect. Imagine it on an international scale.

The OIC may represent powerful interests, but its stifling and tyrannical approach to free speech must be resisted very strongly by the West.”

Mr Sanderson said that the OIC and Baroness Warsi appeared to be operating in parallel universes. “The OIC wants to stamp on free speech, but Baroness Warsi seems to think there is some kind of compromise that can be reached with them.

Her encouragement of this Istanbul process is a dangerous fantasy. The OIC is not going to embrace free speech any time in the future.”

http://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2013/02/24/islamic-countries-still-attempting-to-stamp-out-free-speech-worldwide/


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STATEMENT BY SAUDI ARABIA AT THE OPENING OF THE 22nd SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL


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STATEMENT BY PAKISTAN ON BEHALF OF THE ORGANIZATION OF ISLAMIC COOPERATION DURING THE HITH-LEVEL PANEL TO COMMEMORATE THE 20th ANNIVERSARY OF THE VIENNA DECLARATION AND PROGRAMME OF ACTION

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MessagePosté le: Dim 3 Mar - 01:35 (2013)    Sujet du message: THE U.N.’S ANTI-SEMITIC ALLIANCE Répondre en citant



THE U.N.’S ANTI-SEMITIC ALLIANCE

Remarks With Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu After Their Meeting
http://www.state.gov/secretary/remarks/2013/03/205536.htm

 The Turkish prime minister’s recent slander about Zionism occurred at a U.N. organization event.



VIDEO :  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkvtQeFuyls&feature=youtu.be

 By Claudia Rosett
March 1, 2013

National Review Online

http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/342022/un-s-anti-semitic-alliance-claudia-rosett

On Wednesday, under the crystal chandeliers of Vienna’s ornate Hofberg Palace, the prime minister of Turkey delivered a speech in which he called Zionism “a crime against humanity”equating it with fascism, and, for good measure, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism. Following his remarks, Erdogan was thanked, and applauded.

The occasion was a February 27–28 meeting of an outfit called the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations, launched in 2005 by former secretary general Kofi Annan for the purpose of “bridging divides.” Among those attending this latest conclave of the Alliance were U.N. secretary general Ban Ki-moon; director general Irina Bokova of the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); and such celebrities of the diplomatic circuit as Iranian foreign minister Ali Akbar Salehi.

No surprise, then, that it was left to a private monitoring group, Geneva-based U.N. Watch, to blow the whistle on Erdogan’s remarks. U.N. Watch, noting that Zionism is a movement founded in 1897 for Jewish self-determination, called on Ban and other prominent participants in this U.N. Alliance to repudiate Erdogan’s slander.

American secretary of state John Kerry, arriving Friday on a previously scheduled trip to Turkey, called Erdogan’s comments “objectionable.” It would be good to hear a more full-throated condemnation from a great many world leaders, as well as an apology from the Austrian authorities who hosted and helped subsidize this gathering. Austrians, more than most, ought to be acutely aware that Erdogan’s speech was dripping with the same prejudice that produced the U.N. General Assembly’s 1975 resolution declaring that “Zionism is a form of racism.” That noxious resolution was approved during the tenure of former U.N. secretary general Kurt Waldheim, an Austrian, who was later exposed — to his country’s shame — as having been complicit in Nazi war crimes.

In 1991, under pressure from the U.S., the U.N. finally repealed that resolution. Now, the noble-sounding Alliance of Civilizations, serviced, sheltered, and praised by the U.N., is providing a platform for similar bigotry.

So, what exactly is this U.N. Alliance of Civilizations?

Headquartered in midtown Manhattan, with a lineage that tracks back to the government of Iran, the Alliance can best be understood as a glorified slush fund, run chiefly by a number of Muslim-majority countries — Turkey and Qatar in particular — busy leveraging the U.N. label. Officially, the Alliance advertises itself as promoting global “respect and tolerance.” In practice, it functions more as a matchmaking service between the left wing of Western politics and the anti-Western actors and agenda of a dominant lobbying bloc in the U.N. General Assembly, the 57-member Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).

The Alliance of Civilizations was grandfathered by former secretary general Kofi Annan out of a previous project, the U.N.’s Dialogue of Civilizations, proposed in 1998 by Iran’s then-president Mohammad Khatami. Annan jumped at the idea, and the U.N. General Assembly decided that 2001 would be the Year of the Dialogue of Civilizations. To run this enterprise, Annan picked a veteran Italian U.N. official named Giandomenico Picco. Picco had served previously as a U.N. negotiator for the release of Western hostages held in Beirut, which involved bringing what were effectively U.S. ransom offers to the mullahs in Tehran. The Dialogue was introduced as a one-year project but then dragged on for years, producing a jargon-filled report in 2001, logging a lot of air miles, and holding a meeting in Tehran in 2004, before finally fading out.

In 2005, Annan revived the project as the Alliance of Civilizations. He announced that it had two new sponsors: Turkey, under Erdogan; and Spain, which in the aftermath of the 2004 terrorist bombings in Madrid had just voted into power the Socialist party. This new Alliance had plenty in common with the old Khatami-inspired Dialogue. For one, Annan appointed Khatami himself to a “high-level group of eminent persons to guide the initiative.” To this day, Khatami remains one of the 20 members of the Alliance’s advisory board, which includes representatives from around the globe but is dominated by nine members from Muslim-majority states — among them, Egypt, Pakistan, Turkey, and Iran.

In 2006, the Alliance served as a vehicle for Khatami to visit the U.S. at a useful juncture for Iran. In the summer of that year, the U.N. Security Council produced the first of what is by now a series of resolutions meant to stop Iran’s uranium-enrichment program, and gave Iran an August 31 deadline – which Iran ignored. About that same time, Khatami, as one of the Alliance’s guiding experts, got a visa to enter the U.S. to attend an Alliance meeting held September 5–6 in New York. He parlayed that visit into a two-week road show through a number of American cities, slamming U.S. policy toward Iran as he went, and appearing as a guest in Washington at a fund-raising dinner for the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

Until 2009, the U.S. government had steered clear of the Alliance of Civilizations — mindful, perhaps, of its Iranian roots and other troubling ties. But when President Obama took office in 2009, his administration quickly decided to join the Alliance’s “Group of Friends” — a collection of countries and international organizations, including the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, that actively support and promote the Alliance. During Obama’s first presidential trip to the Middle East, in April 2009, he dropped in on an Alliance forum in Istanbul.

How is it that the otherwise obscure Alliance seems to attract so much top brass? The Alliance doesn’t occupy a regular position within the sprawling U.N. system. Instead, it inhabits the amorphous category of an “initiative” of the secretary general, managed as a sort of private club within the U.N. and bankrolled by its own special, voluntary trust fund. Its declared mission is so diffuse that it could mean almost anything: bridging divides, with a focus on education, youth, media and migration. This means that while the Alliance enjoys a U.N. label and broad access to U.N. services, including diplomatically privileged procurement and travel arrangements, it is also designed to operate outside the usual constraints of U.N. policy and budget debates.

Officially, the Alliance runs on a relatively small budget (by U.N. standards). With a secretariat staff of 14, it spent about $4 million last year, according to an Alliance spokesman. A list of trust-fund contributors provided by the Alliance shows that in any given year the number of countries giving money has never topped 30. The list does not show anything from the U.S. (The State Department did not respond to a question about whether the U.S. has donated any money.) The chief donors since 2005 have been Spain and Turkey, co-sponsors of the Alliance, as well as Qatar, whose representative is now taking over from Spain’s as head of the Alliance. Last year, Saudi Arabia — home to the OIC — chipped in $1 million.

But such sums are merely what’s visible in the highly summarized public accounts. The Alliance itself notes in its report on “costs and funding” that the trust fund does not give the full picture. The Alliance also accepts contributions in kind from countries, international organizations, foundations, corporations, and so on. That is how the Alliance is able to convene lavish global forums such as the jamboree at which Erdogan just spoke in Vienna. It was sponsored by a substantial list of donors, including, for example, the BMW Group, the City of Vienna, and the OPEC Fund for International Development.

It’s just possible that for the most active members of the Alliance, such as Turkey, Qatar, and Iran, the most important assets of this “initiative” are neither the money in the trust fund nor its actual products. The real value of this initiative is the license to coopt the machinery of the U.N. for these actors to stage their own show. U.S. taxpayers fork over billions every year to sustain the basic institution of the UN. But for the modest price of $4.08 million, the grand total of what Turkey has paid in to the Alliance of Civilizations since its founding in 2005, Erdogan was able to stand on the stage of a palace in Vienna, godfather of a very special U.N. gathering that was once just a gleam in Khatami’s eye and, before a world audience, denounce the Jews.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 3 Mar - 01:46 (2013)    Sujet du message: THE REAL ORIGIN, THE SOLUTION OF TERRORISM AND CIVILIZATION ALLIANCE Répondre en citant

HISTORY



THE REAL ORIGIN, THE SOLUTION OF TERRORISM AND CIVILIZATION ALLIANCE  

Conference    
   

Arrangers: Science Research Foundation (SRF) and Preserving National Values Foundation (PNVP) as partners
Date: 22 September 2005
Venue: Sepetciler Palace, Istanbul-Turkey

Terrorism does not differentiate between men in terms of race, religion or language, violating the tranquility of nations and prevent them from elevating their levels of prosperity. Against this destruction, it is time that sincere Muslims, Christians and Jews came together around the principles of peace, brotherhood, love and solidarity. Against those pushing forward “the clash of civilizations” it is essential that people with conscience and a sense of responsibility co-operate to ensure a “civilization alliance”.

Within this context, a conference was arranged by the Science Research Foundation and Preserving National Values Foundation with the attendance of specialists and leading representatives of the three divine religions.

The conference commenced with a concert by the Janissary Band and then a member of the SRF, Ibrahim Tuncer, gave an inaugural speech. A documentary film was then screened.

Religious figures from different countries, delegates from consulates and embassies of foreign countries, esteemed academics from Turkish universities, members of the Turkish Parliament, journal corporation concessionaires, columnists, retired Turkish Army generals, bureaucrats, businessmen and numerous representatives of nongovernmental organizations attended the conference. Before the speeches, messages from individuals who had been invited but who were unable to participate were read to the guests. Summaries of the addresses given are presented below, and the conference concluded subsequent to the plaque-awarding ceremony.

   

Some individuals who were unable to participate sent messages:



Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Prime Minister of Turkey)
Jaap De Hoop Scheffer (NATO Secretary-General)
Kofi Annan (UN Secretary-General)
Pervez Musharraf (President of Pakistan)
King Abdullah II (King of Jordan)
King Mohammed VI (King of Morocco)
Prince Charles Philip Arthur George (Prince of Wales)
Tony Blair(Prime Minister of the UK)
Anders Fogh Rasmussen ( Prime Minister of Denmark)
Gerhard Schroeder (German Chancellor)
Jan Peter Balkanande (Prime Minister of the Netherlands)
Jose Luiz Rodriguez Zapatero (Prime Minister of Spain)
Joscha Fisher (Foreign Minister of Germany)
Charles Clarke (Secretary of State for the UK Home Office)
Jose Antonio Alonso(Minister of Interior of Spain)
Lopez Aguilar (Minister of Justice of Spain)
Paul Wolfowitz (President of the World Bank)
Robert S. Mueller(The Director of the FBI)
John Ashcroft (Former Attorney General of the USA)
F.H. Otholf (Head of Anti-Terror Department of the Foreign Affairs Ministry of the Netherlands)
Billy Graham (Leading Preacher of World Evangelists)
Desmond Tutu (Arcbishop of the South African Anglican Church)
Ignace Moussa Daoud (Patriarch of the Syriac Catholic Church)
Pier Luigi Celata (Arcbishop, Secretary of Interreligious Dialogue)
Jack Straw (UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs)
Lord Falconer Of Thoroton (UK Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs)
Abdullatif Sener (Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey)
Atilla Koc (Minister of Culture of Turkey)
Ali Babacan (Minister of State of Turkey)
Osman Pepe (Minister of Forestery and Environment of Turkey)
Binali Yildirim(Minister of Transport)
Prof. Dr. Necmettin Erbakan
Rifat Hisarciklioglu (The Chairman of The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey)
Muhsin Yazicooglu (The Chairman of the Great Unity Party)
Recai Kutan (The Vicegerent Chairman of the Felicity Party)
Erkan Mumcu (The Chairman of the MotherLand Party)
Omar Metwally(Egyptian Ambassador to Turkey)
Dr. Tamer Gazioglu (Ambassador of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus to Turkey)
Kadir Topbas (Mayor of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality)
Mehmet Elkatmis(Turkish Parliamentarian, Justice and Development Partyt)
Robert Fisk(Independent Columnist)
Mehdi Sungur (Retired Turkish Army General)


Some of the participants:



Fikret Kasapoglu (Deputy Governer of Istanbul)
Hurrem Aksoy (Deputy governer of Istanbul)
Dundar Gultekin (Deputy governer of Istanbul)
Nevzat Er (Mayor of Eminonu Municipality)
Saim Mergenov (Kazakhstan Consulate)
Said Ikramov (Uzbek Consulate)
Muhiddin Rustemi (Macedonian Consul)
Ali Mekati (Head Undersecretary of the Algerian Embassy)
Valeri Totev (Bulgarian Consul)
Igor Burmistrov (Commerce Attache of the Russian Consulate)
Gunay Efendiyave(Azerbaijan Vice-Consul)
Ord. Prof. Dr. Reha Oguz Turkkan
Isa Karatas (Press agent of Turkish Protestan Churches)
Cemal Ussak (Vice-Chairman of Turkish Journalists and Authors Foundation)
Cumhur Evcil (Retired Turkish Army General)
Orhan Ates (Retired Turkish Army General)
Neset Ikiz ((Retired Turkish Army General)
Saban Gulbahar (Chairman of Eurasia One Foundation)
Samim Uygun (President of Confidence Movement)
Ali Eren (Vakit Newspaper Columnist)
Suheyl Cobanoglu (Retired Colonel)
Omer Faruk Basaran (Eurasian Industrialists and Bussinessmen's Association)
Prof. Dr. Cemal Anadol (Researcher-Author)
Prof. Dr. Omer Aksu (Faculty of Economics, Istanbul University
Prof. Dr. Ismet Giritli (Turkiye Newspaper Columnist)
Nefi Demirci (Head of Turkmeneli Association)
Abdullah Akosman (Consessionaire of Once Vatan Newspaper)
Hamza Akbulut (Head of Spreading Enligthment Society)
Suat Gun (Once Vatan Newspaper Columnist)
Rahim Er (Turkiye Newspaper Columnist)
Huseyin Ozturk Vakit Newspaper Columnist)
Hamit Gokturk (Secretery-General of East Turkistan National Center )
Mauro Pesce (Representative of Focalarini Movement)
Sami Ozey (Vakit Newspaper Columnist)
Nazile Abbasli (Azerbaijani Journalist-Author)
Mevlut Ozcan (Vakit Newspaper Columnist)
Mustafa Ozcan (Yeni Asya Newspaper Columnist)
Summaries of Speeches

TARKAN YAVAS (President, Science and Research Foundation)

The solution to terrorism which fills the world with blood lies in an alliance of civilizations. People from different religions, different nations have come together at this meeting, shared their opinions and agreed on common values. If this elite gathering can do this, then this fine example should be a model for the entire world. Such an alliance will be effective on a global scale. We have such concepts of unity and tolerance within ourselves; the Ottoman Empire is the best example of this reality. It is not impossible to ensure such a synergy once again. What do we have to do to achieve this again? We should stand together, keep this subject always on the agenda and above all be in contact with each other at all time. The main theme of peace and tranquility is to soften the hearts and to eradicate the impulse to conflict. Unity and alliance of religions is the only solution capable of rescuing humanity. The only means of delivering mankind lies in an alliance and unity of religions. Cooperation between countries, religions and respect for each other will help ensure peace in the world.



   

KAYRAT NAZARBAYEV (Head of the Kazakhstan National Security Committee)
I greet sincerely you all on behalf of Kazakh Muslims. I thank the foundation of Harun Yahya. The most important factor that unites us here is that we all believe in one God. In the Qur’an, the names of 28 prophets are mentioned, and that is why tolerance of Muslims has been stated in the Qur’an in a very clear way. No religion commands massacre and violence. In Islam, killing one person is like killing all people. In Islam, the concept of jihad is portrayed as defending oneself, and jihad is also a struggle that a person carries on against his/herself. Lack of knowledge and education is one major cause of terrorism. One should be afraid of a person who is not afraid of God, and terrorists are all unbelievers. Our common enemy is Satan and the followers of Satan. Today the world needs cooperation and fraternity among religions. All global events take place under the control of God. For this reason we all should fulfill our duties. I wish to thank the foundation of Harun Yahya. I understand that they have held 200 conferences, published 300 books and made many other studies. The studies of this foundation are very important works for Muslims.

RAVIL GAYNUDDIN (Chairman of the Russian Muftis Council)
In the last decade much was said about how the ascendant forces should join together against terrorism. All powers should come together against ethical degeneration. Anyone who encourages terrorism commits a crime against God. This shows that they are not frightened of God at all. Islam enjoins peace, and in one of the verse of the Qur’an we are told, “All of you unite in peace”. All religions denounce terrorism. Our Prophet (may God bless him and grant him peace) orders us to “make peace and feed him who is hungry”. The objective of terrorism is political, and it is being used all around the world. Terrorism cannot be the basis of religion. Right now, our most important duty is to engage in new cooperation. A sincere alliance of civilizations is currently the most important issue facing us. A return to morality and moral values and mankind's efforts to understand the truth represent only the salvation for mankind.

PROF. DR. NEVZAT YALCINTAS (Istanbul Member of Parliament, Second President of the Europe Security and Cooperation Organization)
I congratulate the directors of the Foundation, because Istanbul is a global city and terrorism is a global issue, so it is most appropriate to discuss the subject in Istanbul. Violence can only exist due to lack of morality. The main cause of terrorism is lack of moral values. Can any person who loves God and is afraid of Him do such a thing? The solution lies in morality, mercy, love, and tolerance. In our era, we have made the mistake of equating terrorism with religion.

BEHNAM AZAD (Iranian Istanbul Consulate-General Cultural Attaché)
This conference has been organized to explore the idea of living in peace while we are living through a very dangerous and delicate period. Today global cultures need a medium of dialogue more than ever before. The cause of fighting and conflict is ignorance. The Qur’an advises unity in the form of an alliance of civilizations. We should build such an alliance among civilizations on this basis to make a world that is based on justice and freedom.

PROF. DR. BEKIR KARLIAGA (M. U. Faculty of Theology, Head of Philosophy and Religion Department)
Civilizations do not clash, they are like a common table for cultural exchanges. It is very important that Turkey was selected as a part of the effort to construct an alliance of civilizations. Because we had experience of sheltering more than 20 different ethnic groups and more than 20 religions. Turkey is very significant for both the EU and a world that is globalizing, and for the Annan project. We have to make our voice heard as loud as we can to build an alliance among civilizations.

ALEXANDR LAKSHIN (Russian Chief Rabbinate Foreign Affairs Coordinator)
This conference has been organized at the right time and when it is sorely needed. Regrettably, as we have seen lately, some people are trying to put an end to human lives, which are the greatest assets given by God. In doing this they use religious concepts. In Russia especially, during the atheistic period that lasted for 70 years, they tried to erase the word "God" from everyone's mind. Today we need to talk about what we can do to save the world. The origins of terrorism do not lie in religions but in materialist philosophy, the theory of evolution more than anything. First of all I want to congratulate the SRF for its contribution. A professor from Cambridge University has said the following; “If this theory were widespread around the world then people would turn into animals and very dreadful events would take place on Earth”. I think we are now living through those days. We should not talk about the differences between ourselves, instead we should talk about common values and cooperate to make the world a religious place.

GEORGES MAROVITCH (Istanbul Representative of the Vatican Embassy)
We are all brothers in God. I congratulate the worthy Adnan Oktar and all the members of the foundation for this and wish to thank you. God is pleased with you. Islam, Christianity and Judaism are not terrorism. Terrorism is Satan. As our Muslim brothers say, we can find a solution by “holding tightly to the rope of God” but we should hang on very tightly and not let it go. Since we have not implemented these holy words, terrorism can be seen all around the world. If we read our scriptures and follow them then the solution comes after. The SRF publishes books and produces CDs; this is not easy. They make many sacrifices and I would like to tell them to keep up the good work. You can be sure that God is watching us, and I hope we will attain God's never-ending happiness together.

TIMOFHY ZHIVATOV (Patriarch of St. Mary's Russian Orthodox Church)
With this meeting we are close to the second coming of the Messiah. Your country is becoming the center of the world. Representatives from different religions find common points of agreement in Turkey. They feel the love here. The real cause of terrorism arises from the inaccurate analysis of human life. Man is a part of the spirit of God. If we regard a person from this perspective we cannot raise our hands against anyone. One of the most important theses that we should put forward against religious extremism is recognizing the faith in the representatives of other religions. If we appraise each other in this way then we shall attain a very different perspective. We can only see Jesus in this way in the End Days. This conference has prepared a very good basis for this; it prepares the second coming of Jesus.

FATHER TEODOZY (Patriarch of St. Mary's Russian Orthodox Church)
The happenings worldwide will inevitably lead people to cooperate. People realize every single day that this threat of terrorism cannot be solved by political or military means. There is only one power that can solve it, and that is God. God could prevent all this, but does not. Why? We should realize the reasons behind this, and if we cannot then our faith is weak. What we should do is to start a great moral struggle against Satan. This important mission is first given to religious figures. In order to lead people away from materialism and towards morality, from Darwin's theory to creation, we must first cooperate with each other. God has created these three religions as different means. But there is only one way that leads us to God. We should open our hearts to God, to our brothers. I want to thank the SRF and Harun Yahya for initiating a very important movement. We pray to God that it go from strength to strength.

AMJAD MAJID ABBASI (Pakistanian Embassy, Deputy Head of Mission)
First we should realize that it is very wrong to equate terrorism and violence with a divine religion. Because Islam means peace. Such brutal actions are the crime of the person who commits them, and this cannot be attributed to religion. Islam aims to win hearts and develop them morally. In one verse of the Qur’an it is stated that killing innocent people is like killing all humanity, and saving the life of one person is like saving the lives of all people. For this reason winning the hearts of people is the first way to prevent the events that in turn lead to terrorism.

ALTUG M. BERKER (President, Preserving National Values Foundation)
We believe that solving the terrorism problem lies in an intellectual struggle against the ideologies that feed terrorism. For this reason we should determine the real origin of terrorism and wage that struggle accordingly. The real origin of terrorism is the Social Darwinism that ascribes to human beings social animal status and that eliminates conscience and human feelings. We believe in and love, without any discrimination, all the religions and the prophets Muhammad (may God bless him and grant him peace), Jesus (peace be upon him), Moses (peace be upon him) and all the other prophets. As people who believe in God, we believers in the religions brought by these blessed prophets and the civilizations that they gave birth to should unite in one word, in the existence of God against harmful movements that conflict with the ethics of religion. The terrorism, wars and enmity that surround us can only be eradicated in this way.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 3 Mar - 23:45 (2013)    Sujet du message: ERDOGAN: « LE SIONISME EST UN CRIME CONTRE L'HUMANITÉ, TOUT COMME L'ANTISÉMITISME » Répondre en citant

ERDOGAN: « LE SIONISME EST UN CRIME CONTRE L'HUMANITÉ, TOUT COMME L'ANTISÉMITISME »

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 Le Premier ministre turc a prit la parole lors de la conférence de l’ONU à Vienne, contre le sionisme et l’islamophobie, l’antisémitisme et le fascisme et tous les crimes contre l’humanité.

Le Premier ministre turc Recep Tayyip Erdogan a déclaré mercredi que l’islamophobie doit être reconnue comme un crime contre l’humanité au même titre que le sionisme, l’antisémitisme et le fascisme.


S’exprimant lors du Forum de l’Alliance des civilisations Quinta à Vienne Hofburg, M. Erdogan a mis en garde contre la montée des forces fascistes en Europe.

« Nous sommes confrontés à un monde où les agressions racistes ont pris de l’ampleur, le terrorisme a fait plus de victimes, et les religions et les sectes se traitent mutuellement avec moins de compréhension », at-il dit.

«Comme le sionisme, l’antisémitisme et le fascisme, il est inévitable que l’islamophobie doit être considérée comme un crime contre l’humanité», a déclaré le Premier ministre turc.

La conférence a été suivie par le Secrétaire général Ban Ki-moon, qui s’est adressé au forum le mercredi.

L’Alliance des civilisations a été créé en 2005 comme une initiative conjointe des gouvernements de la Turquie et de l’Espagne, sous les auspices de l’ONU.

« L’Alliance des civilisations vise à améliorer la compréhension et la coopération entre les nations et les peuples à travers les cultures et les religions», a déclaré le site Web de l’Alliance. «Elle contribue également à contrer les forces qui alimentent la polarisation et l’extrémisme. »

Le Premier ministre israélien Benjamin Netanyahu a fermement condamné les propos du Premier ministre turc Recep Tayyip Erdogan, qui a dit «le sionisme est un crime contre l’humanité, tout comme l’antisémitisme. »

Pour Benjamin Netanyahu, le message est clair de la part d’Erdogan, qui compare le sionisme au nazisme.

Source : © Alyaexpress-News

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AT UN FORUM, COUNTRIES COMMIT TO ADVANCE CROSS-CULTURAL DIALOGUE


UN High Representative for the Alliance of Civilizations Nassir Abdulaziz. Photo: UNAOC/Dan Sakamoto

28 February 2013 – Governments and international organizations from around the world reaffirmed their commitment to advance CROSS-CULTURAL DIALOGUE AT THE UNITED NATIONS ALLIANCE OF CIVILIZATIONS FORUM, which ended today in Vienna, Austria.

The commitment was reaffirmed through the Vienna Declaration, in which participants recognized the importance of increasing cooperation among countries, promoting greater respect among civilizations, cultures and religions, and establishing collaborative links among governments, the private sector, civil society and the media.

The Declaration is the result of two days of discussions attended by more than 2,000 people from around the world. During the forum, heads of State and foreign ministers also met separately to discuss pressing global issues such as Syria, Mali, the MIDDLE EAST PEACE PROCESS and the future of SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.

Launched in 2005 through the initiative of Spain and Turkey, and under the auspices of the UN, the Alliance seeks to promote better cross-cultural relations worldwide. The theme for this year’s forum, which comprised decision-makers, experts, and a variety of stakeholders in the field of INTERCULTURAL and INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE, was ‘Responsible Leadership in Diversity and Dialogue.’

Outlining his vision to make the Alliance more active in addressing inter-ethnic and inter-religious tensions, the UN High Representative for the Alliance of Civilizations, Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser, stated “we will strive to use the tools at our disposal in the difficult settings around the world. We will not shy away from them.

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon addressed the meeting yesterday and stressed the need for world leaders to promote the PRINCIPLES OF TOLERANCE and RESPECT to find durable solutions to conflicts.

From the world stage to local communities, leaders need to speak the language of tolerance and respect, not division and defamation,” he said. “Wherever tensions divide communities, the opportunity exists for the Alliance to build bridges and to help people move from conflict to collaboration.”

While in Vienna today, Mr. Ban also met with Austria’s Vice-Chancellor and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Michael Spindelegger, with whom he discussed the crises in Syria and Mali and the urgent need for effective international responses.

The two men also exchanged views on the Middle East peace process, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Western Balkans and human rights, including the protection of journalists.

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MessagePosté le: Ven 5 Avr - 21:36 (2013)    Sujet du message: US PROMOTION OF INTERNATIONAL RELIGIOUS FREEDOM Répondre en citant

 US PROMOTION OF INTERNATIONAL RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

International Religious Freedom is lying again. Only protect the islamic religion and his Sharia laws (islamophobia and hate crimes), under UNESCO Human rights. Everything will change but not in the way you'll expect. You just have to look how president Obama is pushing to destroy this world with all his nazis partners who hate the word of God and who's pushing for a global community under Sharia laws, the only political and religious party considered by these occult worshippers of Satan as an achievement for GLOBAL PEACE/a perpetual war and tyranny. If the Vatican and US are coming out with this statement, it's a sign that they're ready for this big change.



"ISLAM'S FLAG WILL BE RAISED ABOVE THE WHITE HOUSE"



VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vK-x9mqXML8&feature=youtu.be

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Briefing for U.S. Bishops: International Religious Freedom ...

www.usccb.org/.../religious.../... - États-Unis - International Justice and Peace, I want to ... International religious freedom is not a theoretical question for us. ... and the worldwide network of Caritas International of which CRS is a part.

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US PROMOTION OF INTERNATIONAL RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

 Rome, April 03, 2013 (Zenit.org)

Here is an article from Dr. Katrina Lantos Swett, Chair of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, and Knox Thames, the Director of Policy and Research at USCIRF.


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At this time of global change, when questions of religion and state relations are being redefined, the universal right to freedom of religion or belief has never been more important. The upcoming TEDx ViaDellaConciliazione focusing on religious freedom is both timely and welcome.

The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) is an independent U.S. government advisory body established by Congress to monitor religious freedom worldwide and make policy recommendations to the President, the Secretary of State, and the Congress. The only such entity in the world, USCIRF is led by Commissioners, appointed by the President and leaders of Congress, who bring a variety of professional experiences and faith perspectives. The Commission is staffed by a professional staff of expert analysts to monitor religious freedom globally.

USCIRF was created in 1998 by the International Religious Freedom Act (IRFA) to be an independent watchdog of U.S. government activity that identifies violations of religious freedom and develops policy solutions to advance religious freedom for everyone everywhere. USCIRF is separate and distinct from the State Department.

However, IRFA also established a special office within the State Department, the Office of International Religious Freedom, led by an ambassador at large. USCIRF relies upon contacts with religious organizations, international and nongovernmental organizations, and the U.S. government to gather information to develop recommendations.
Beginning with the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 1966 International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, nations around the world have freely assented to international standards which have enshrined freedom of religion or belief.

Yet by any measure, today’s actual landscape for religious freedom around the world is challenging. According to a Pew Research study released last August, 75 percent of the world’s population lives in countries that perpetrate or tolerate serious religious freedom abuses. In other words, three out of every four people on earth live in a hostile and repressive environment for the practice of faith.

Based on our own monitoring, we have found that people continue to be denied religious freedom in all too many countries, with violations ranging from onerous rules and regulations to imprisonment, torture, and even murder.

Through our work, we have observed how governments engage in or allow at least three kinds of violations: state hostility toward religion, state sponsorship of extremist religious ideology, and state failure to prevent and punish religious freedom violations. Through state hostility, individuals or groups are persecuted on account of their beliefs. State sponsorship involves governments promoting – including exporting – violent and extremist religious ideas that include calls to violate the religious freedom – and sometimes even the right to life – of others. State failure refers to governments abandoning their duty to protect those whom others are targeting due to their beliefs, creating a climate of impunity in which religious dissenters are threatened, intimidated, or even murdered.

In response to such violations, IRFA requires the President, who has delegated this authority to the Secretary of State, to designate as “countries of particular concern,” or CPCs, those governments that have engaged in or tolerated “particularly severe” religious freedom violations. IRFA defines “particularly severe” violations as ones that are “systematic, ongoing, and egregious,” including acts such as torture, prolonged detention without charges, disappearances, or “other flagrant denial of the right to life, liberty, or the security of persons.” After a country is designated a CPC, the President is required by law to take specific actions to encourage reform.

The State Department has currently designated eight countries as CPCs – Burma, China, Eritrea, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Uzbekistan. In USCIRF’s last Annual Report, we agreed with those designations, but concluded additional countries also met the legal threshold and should also be named CPC. USCIRF also monitors other countries where the serious violations of religious freedom engaged in or tolerated by the governments do not meet the CPC threshold but require close monitoring.

USCIRF’s upcoming 2013 Annual Report will be released by May 1stand will provide USCIRF’s new recommendations for CPC countries and other actions our government can take. Readers will be able to find it at www.uscirf.gov.

International religious freedom has never mattered more, and USCIRF plays an important role in keeping religious freedom front-and-center on the U.S. foreign policy agenda. However, we cannot do it alone, and it is critical that individuals and religious communities also raise concerns about violations of this fundamental human right.
(April 03, 2013) © Innovative Media Inc.

http://www.zenit.org/en/articles/us-promotion-of-international-religious-freedom




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PM: UN SHOULD OPEN CENTER IN ISTANBUL FOR ALLIANCE OF CIVILIZATIONS

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, speaking at the 10th United Nations Forestry Forum in İstanbul on Monday, said İstanbul should become “one of the centers of the UN” for world peace, the alliance of civilizations and fair global development.

Erdoğan was referring to, albeit implicitly, Turkey's aspirations to host a center of mediation in international conflicts. Turkish authorities have been in talks with the UN to establish a UN Mediation Center in İstanbul.
“I would like to underline that it would be very appropriate for İstanbul to become one of the centers of the UN for world peace, the alliance of civilizations, tolerance and fair global development, and reiterate our request on this occasion,” stated the prime minister.

In a first step towards the creation of the center, Turkey plans to establish a prestigious retreat in İstanbul where political leaders of international conflict can get together and negotiate an agreement. The search for a suitable place for the retreat, where the UN flag will wave, is ongoing at the moment.

Hosting a retreat, and eventually establishing a mediation center, will not only pave the way for Turkey to have a leading role in the resolution of conflicts in its surrounding region but will also allow for a settlement of conflicts with the efforts of countries in the region.

Erdoğan also told participants of the forum that works to be carried out in İstanbul for world peace and messages to be conveyed from that city are very important for the construction of a more “livable world.” “İstanbul is both a European city and it is also a city well known in Asia and Africa. … We have issued messages of peace and tolerance as part of our alliance of civilizations efforts. We also believe the colors of İstanbul will provide Turkey big opportunities in its bid to host the Olympics in 2020,” he noted.

http://www.todayszaman.com/news-312064-.html


Holy Islamic Nova Roma!There is an interesting quote by P.M. Erdoğan in the linked article. He is quoted as saying that what the world needs most is a "global conscience". He is quoted in the article;

tr_bq a écrit:
“When I go to countries in the West, I see cities built in the forests where residents enjoy prosperity and richness. But when I go to Somalia, for example, I see children dreaming of a glass of milk. … We are living in an era in which we need a global conscience the most,”

This brings to my mind the call by the Vatican in October 2011 for a "global financial authority".
The push for global control is coming. One Global World under one leader. Apparently P.M. Erdoğan would like to apply for the job.

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OBAMA’S BLASPHEMY LAW… TO PROTECT ISLAM

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SAY GOODBYE TO FREE SPEECH

The Obama administration pushed for the global “Anti-Blasphemy” laws (UN Resolution 16/18) which seeks to limit free speech and to outlaw any scrutiny of Islam. The Obama administration cooperated with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), a confederacy of 56 Muslim states, whose real agenda is to criminalize criticisms of Islam and to impose Sharia law.


“Every year since 1999 the OIC has steered through the U.N.’s human rights apparatus a resolution condemning the “defamation of religion,” which for the bloc of 56 Muslim states covered incidents ranging from satirizing Mohammed in a newspaper cartoon to criticism of shari’a and post-9/11 security check profiling,” CNSNews reported.

Their ruse for now is that the resolution is against “religious intolerance,” but do you think that 56 Muslim states will work so hard to defend Jews and Christians?


 
At the White House, Obama and Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the secretary-general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), a confederacy of 56 Muslim states, pushing for global blasphemy laws. (April 2011)

Via CNSNews:
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For more than a decade, the OIC has been calling for the outlawing of “religious defamation,” pushing through resolutions at the U.N. General Assembly and human rights bodies each year.
Western democracies opposed the move, until last year the Obama administration and OIC co-sponsored a compromise resolution condemning stigmatization based on religion but differing from the earlier “defamation” measures by not calling for legal restrictions – except in the specific case of religion-based “incitement to imminent violence.”



Via Forbes:
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Resolution 16/18 seeks to limit speech that is viewed as “discriminatory” or which involves the “defamation of religion” – specifically that which can be viewed as “incitement to imminent violence.” [...]

What opponents (rightly) find distressing are calls to adopt “measures to criminalize incitement to imminent violence based on religion or belief.” [...]

…[T]he resolution does nothing to prevent the continued use of anti-Jewish materials in the schools of Saudi Arabia… or the ongoing persecution of Jews and Christians in numerous Muslim countries. [...]

y agreeing to curb speech that could lead to “imminent violence,” we in essence accept the blame for any terrorist acts against America (and the West). We agreed not to provoke, after all.



Via Human Events:
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This concept of global “blasphemy laws,” to which the Obama Administration is very obviously not hostile, is a long-cherished goal of Islamic supremacists. It is also Constitutional sacrilege. The version supported by this President and his people contains a few rhetorical flourishes toward freedom of speech…

But once the principle of free speech is compromised in this way, everything that follows is merely haggling over the price of liberty…and angry mobs ready to murder and pillage over perceived offenses will always be more aggressive negotiators than thin-blooded bureaucrats, whose superiors worry primarily about getting through the next news cycle with their approval ratings intact. We are watching religion being used “as an excuse to stifle freedom of expression,” with the cooperation of the Obama Administration, right before our eyes.



Via Heritage Foundation:
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As recently as December 19, 2011, the U.S. voted for and was instrumental in passing ‘U.N. Resolution 16/18’ against ‘religious intolerance,’ ‘condemning the stereotyping, negative profiling and stigmatization of people based on their religion.’ While this may sound innocuous, it was the latest incarnation of a highly controversial ‘anti-blasphemy’ resolution that has been pushed by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) at the United Nations since 1999.”



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Patrick Goodenough of our sister organization CNS News wrote back in December of 2011, that “the resolution, an initiative of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), is based on one passed by the U.N.’s Human Rights Council in Geneva last spring [of 2011]. The State Department last week hosted a meeting to discuss ways of ‘implementing’ it.”  After all, “U.N. Human Rights Council Resolution 16/18 was negotiated between the Obama Administration and Egypt, a prominent member of the Saudi-championed Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).”



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Several meetings have been held since then to discuss ways to “implement” resolution 16/18…[I]n Istanbul in July last year…Secretary of State Hillary Clinton..told the gathering effective ways to counter speech that upset religious adherents would include “interfaith education, antidiscrimination laws, and the use of “some old-fashioned techniques of peer pressure and shaming.”



http://beforeitsnews.com/obama/2013/06/obamas-blasphemy-lawto-protect-islam…


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L'UNION INTERNATIONALE HUMANISTE ET ETHIQUE CONTRE LES LOIS SUR LE "DENIGREMENT DES RELIGIONS

Cet article date de quelques mois déjà mais pour ceux et celles qui suivent la grande réforme de Durban depuis 2009, nous avons tous pu voir que cette grande réforme internationale sous le contrôle de l'Unesco et de l
'Organisation de la coopération islamique (OCI) n'avait d'autre but que de mettre en place les lois de la Sharia sous le couvert de combattre la diffamation des religions.

Aujourd'hui, le président Obama, l'Antichrist...  pousse pour une protection globale des lois anti-blasphème sous la résolution
(UN Resolution 16/18), qui protègera l'Islam et les enseignements du prophète Mahomet ainsi que les lois de la Sharia, ce qui  limitera le droit d'expression des autres religions et qui amènera la grande persécution sur le monde entier. Je vous encourage à traduire l'article "Obama’s Blasphemy Law…to Protect Islam" http://beforeitsnews.com/obama/2013/06/obamas-blasphemy-lawto-protect-islam… et à vous rendre sur le site de l'OIC pour suivre les derniers développements sur cette grande réforme globale qui amènera sur les nations du monde entier une ère de grande tyrannie et de noirceur.
Ne soyons donc pas surpris de voir la persécution des chrétiens augmenter partout dans le monde. Les 3 esprits impurs (catholique, islam, protestantisme qui disent professer un seul et même Dieu) qui se promènent à travers le monde ont séduit des milliers de "chrétiens oecuméniques" qui sont maintenant dans la mire du destructeur et sous le jugement de Dieu pour avoir cru à cette grande unité religieuse globale.

27/02/2013

L'International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) (Union internationale humaniste et éthique) a déposé devant le Conseil des droits de l'homme de l'ONU un excellent rapport sur la discrimination contre les athées, les humanistes et les libres penseurs dans le monde. Le Rapporteur Spécial de l'ONU sur la liberté de religion et de croyance s'est félicité de ce rapport.

Les éléments saillants du rapport sont résumés sur le site de l'IHEU. Ci-dessous, la partie du résumé portant sur les efforts de l'Organisation de la coopération islamique (OCI) pour faire interdire le blasphème en droit international, qui seront au centre des rencontres avec les pays occidentaux dans le cadre du Processus d'Istanbul. L'OCI fait valoir que le dénigrement des religions constitue un "abus" de la liberté d'expression, une forme d'intolérance qui porte atteinte à la liberté de religion. 

Sur la couverture du rapport, la photo d'Alber Saber, un jeune égyptien d'origine copte devenu athée et qui a été condamné à trois ans de prison pour avoir exprimé ses vues sur Facebook:





La censure explicite n’est pas nécessaire pour menacer la liberté d’expression en ligne. La position de l’OCI sur le «dénigrement des religions» et les lois nationales contre le «blasphème» et «l’apostasie» ont un grave effet dissuasif sur l’utilisation des médias sociaux. Le nombre d’inculpations pour avoir simplement exprimé des opinions en ligne a augmenté dans plusieurs pays. -IHEU


Lire aussi :
L'OCI relance ses efforts en vue de la criminalisation du dénigrement des religions
Le "Processus d'Istanbul", un processus pervers
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Faire obstacle aux nouvelles demandes de l’OCI

Le rapport de l’IHEU a été soumis au Conseil des droits de l’homme à l’ouverture de sa 22e session.

Il s’inscrit dans le contexte des nouveaux efforts des pays islamiques en vue de faire interdire, partout dans le monde, le «dénigrement des religions». Citant comme exemple d’islamophobie le vidéo YouTube L’innocence des musulmans, les représentants de l’OCI ont appelé l’ONU à restreindre la liberté de critiquer les religions au niveau international. L’IHEU a déjà tiré la sonnette d'alarme sur cette stratégie et sur des efforts similaires de l’OCI visant à qualifier de «racisme» l’expression de vues athées.

Plus tôt ce mois-ci un haut fonctionnaire de l'Organisation de la coopération islamique (OCI) regroupant 57 pays a annoncé que l’OCI dirigereait ses efforts sur l’obtention d’un accord pour criminaliser le dénigrement des religions lors de rencontres à venir avec les pays occidentaux. En novembre 2012, le chef de la Ligue Arabe (21 états membres) a informé le Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU à New York que son organisation souhaitait un cadre international contraignant pour assurer le «respect des religions et de leurs symboles».
L'IHEU et d’autres groupements d’ONG font valoir que de nombreux gouvernements musulmans utilisent cette terminologie et le concept de «blasphème religieux» dans leurs propres pays pour intimider à la fois les athées et les adeptes d’autres religions.

Hypocrisie et menace pour les droits humains

Trois des pays dotés d'une législation prévoyant la peine de mort pour blasphème contre l'islam - une accusation pouvant être portée contre les athées qui révèlent publiquement leurs vues - sont membres du Conseil des droits de l’homme : le Pakistan, la Mauritanie et les Maldives. Des pays islamiques - dont le Bangladesh, le Bahreïn, l'Égypte, l'Indonésie, le Koweït, l'Arabie saoudite, la Tunisie et la Turquie - ont également intensifié les poursuites pour l’expression «blasphématoire» de la critique de la religion dans les médias sociaux tels que Facebook et Twitter. Certains de ces gouvernements «poursuivent ceux qui expriment des doutes ou des vues dissidentes sur la religion, sans égard au fait que ces dissidents s’identifient comme athées ou pas», affirme le rapport de l’IHEU soumis au Conseil des droits de l’homme.
Les pays membres de l'OCI occupent 15 sièges au Conseil des droits de l’homme ; tous ces pays sont situés en Asie, en Afrique et au Moyen-Orient, et représentent un peu moins d'un tiers des membres du Conseil.

Absence de conflit entre la liberté de religion et la liberté d’expression

Le rapport conclut :
«Enfin, nous demandons instamment au Conseil des droits de l’homme de rejeter toute idée d’un conflit entre les articles 18 et 19 de la Déclaration universelle des droits de l’homme, à savoir un conflit entre la liberté de religion et  la liberté d’expression. Ce conflit n’existe pas : les religions n’ont pas de droits humains, seules les personnes sont titulaires de tels droits, y compris le droit à la liberté d’expression et celui de manifester ses croyances par la critique de la religion et la force de la persuasion. La reconnaissance d’une absence de conflit entre ces deux articles est une condition préalable à l’élimination de la discrimination sur la base des croyances». 

Sonja Eggerickx, présidente de l'IHEU, a déclaré : «À l'ONU, les humanistes ouvrent la voie à une défense honnête et intelligente de la liberté de religion et de croyance. Ils agissent non seulement pour ceux qui ne pratiquent aucune religion, mais aussi pour les minorités religieuses et les non-conformistes partout dans le monde. L'expression des vues éthiques des humanistes, ou d'opinions critiques envers les croyances ou pratiques religieuses, peut certainement être considérée comme «offensante» par certains croyants, mais ce n'est pas une atteinte aux droits des individus à la liberté de religion. Par contre, supprimer ou bannir l’expression des vues humanistes ou athées constitue certainement une atteinte aux droits des personnes ne professant aucune religion.

Il n’y a pas de conflit juridique entre ces droits et libertés. Le conflit survient lorsque les lois nationales portent atteinte au droit à la liberté de pensée et d’expression que nous méritons tous ».

Source : IHEU.org,24 février 2013.

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ORGANISATION DE LA COOPERATION ISLAMIQUE

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Organisation de la coopération islamique (OCI)1


Création25 septembre 1969
Typeorganisation intergouvernementale
SiègeDjeddah
Site webSite officiel en trois langues
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L'Organisation de la coopération islamique (OCI ; en arabe : منظمة التعاون الإسلامي, en turc : İslam İşbirliği Teşkilatı) est une organisation intergouvernementale créée le 25 septembre 1969 sous le nom d'Organisation de la conférence islamique qui regroupe 57 États membres. Cette organisation dont le siège est situé à Djeddah, en Arabie saoudite, possède une délégation permanente aux Nations unies. L'Organisation de la coopération islamique, qui a changé de nom et d'emblème le 28 juin 2011, est une organisation au niveau supra-étatique et international à caractère religieux.

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Outre des clauses de solidarité et d'entraide entre les États membres, elle est destinée à assurer la sauvegarde des lieux saints de l'islam. Elle soutient également la cause palestinienne dans le conflit israélo-palestinien.

Les buts de l'Organisation de la coopération Islamique, définis par une charte élaborée à Djeddah en mars 1972, sont les suivants :
  1. consolider la solidarité islamique entre les États membres ;
  2. renforcer la coopération entre les États membres dans les domaines économiques, sociaux, culturels, scientifiques ainsi que dans les autres domaines d'importance vitale et procéder à davantage de consultations entre les pays membres au sein des organisations internationales ;
  3. œuvrer à éliminer la discrimination raciale et le colonialisme sous toutes ses formes ;
  4. prendre les mesures nécessaires pour consolider la paix et la sécurité mondiale fondées sur la justice ;
  5. coordonner l'action pour sauvegarder les lieux saints, soutenir la lutte du peuple palestinien et l'aider à retrouver ses droits et à obtenir par la diplomatie, les territoires revendiqués comme leurs ;
  6. consolider la lutte de tous les peuples musulmans pour la sauvegarde de leur dignité, leur indépendance et leurs droits nationaux ;
  7. créer l'atmosphère propre à promouvoir la coopération et la compréhension entre les États membres et les autres pays.
Mais ce n'est pas une organisation strictement religieuse, car ses buts sont politiques, économiques, sociaux et culturels. Elle regroupe en son sein des États laïcs (Albanie, Azerbaïdjan, Kazakhstan, Kirghizistan, Liban, Ouzbékistan, Sénégal, Syrie, Tadjikistan, Turkménistan, Turquie), et certains États sont représentés au sein de l'organisation par des chrétiens.

D'autres États comptant des dizaines de millions de musulmans ne sont pas membres de l'OCI ou ne sont que membres observateurs, comme l'Inde - dont la participation a été bloquée par le Pakistan -, la Russie - observateur depuis 2005 - ou la Chine - qui n'a pas de liens avec cette organisation -.

Et a contrario, des pays comptant une minorité de musulmans en sont membres, comme le Guyana, l'Ouganda ou le Suriname.

Historique

Le 25 septembre 1969, plusieurs dirigeants de pays à majorité musulmane se réunissent à Rabat (Maroc) suite à l'incendie criminel de la mosquée al-Aqsa de Jérusalem le 21 août 1969 par un fondamentaliste chrétien de nationalité australienne.

En mars 1970, la première conférence islamique des ministres des Affaires étrangères a lieu à Djeddah. Elle crée un secrétariat général chargé d'assurer la liaison entre les États membres et de coordonner leur action. Elle fixe son siège provisoire à Djeddah, dans l'attente de la « libération de Jérusalem ».

Le 16 mars 1989, l'OCI, réunissant les ministres des Affaires étrangères des quarante-quatre pays membres, condamnent à leur tour le livre des Versets sataniques, mais se bornent à exiger l'interdiction du livre, à recommander l'adoption « de législation nécessaire à la protection des idées religieuses d'autrui » et à affirmer que l'auteur « est considéré comme hérétique ».

Le 5 août 1990, la conférence des ministres des Affaires étrangères du Caire adopte la Déclaration des droits de l'homme en islam qui peut être vue comme une volonté de relecture des droits de l'homme dans un cadre compatible avec la charia.

En 2004, elle soutient, avec la Ligue arabe, le projet à l'ONU d'une « Alliance des civilisations », proposé par le gouvernement Zapatero (Espagne) et le gouvernement Erdogan (Turquie)2.

En octobre 2006, l'OCI rédige le « document de La Mecque ». Signé par des dignitaires irakiens chiites et sunnites, le texte lance un appel à la fin des violences interconfessionnelles, à la libération de tous les otages et à la préservation de l'unité de l'Irak3.

L'Organisation de la conférence islamique prend le nom d'Organisation de la coopération islamique le 28 juin 2011.

Elle suspend la Syrie le 16 août 2012, dans le contexte du conflit syrien de 2011-2012.

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LE PROCESSUS DE BRUXELLES LANCE PAR L'INTERNATIONAL CIVIL LIBERTES ALLIANCE (ICLA)

VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=dagUPgaXO48#t=71…

L’International Civil Liberties Alliance a organisé une conférence internationale sur la liberté d’expression et les droits de l’Homme au Parlement Européen de Bruxelles. Le 9 juillet 2012, plus de 100 personnes issues de dix huit pays ont pris part à cet évènement historique dans lequel Lars Hedegard de la Danish Free Press Society s’est vu remettre le prix « Defender of Freedom » (Défenseur de la Liberté).

Cette conférence a été organisée en réponse au Processus d’Istanbul de l’Organisation de la Coopération Islamique (OCI) qui vise à instituer des lois contre le blasphème bannissant la liberté d’expression dans le monde au profit de la doctrine de la charia. Beaucoup de gouvernements aident activement le Processus d’Istanbul au lieu de s’y opposer ainsi qu’ils le devraient pour préserver les libertés de leurs citoyens. La proposition de réception de la prochaine réunion du Processus de d’Istanbul de l’OCI par l’Union Européenne montre une tentative de drastique restriction des droits et libertés traditionnels des citoyens de l’Union Européenne. Le but principal de cette conférence internationale sur la liberté d’expression et les droits de l’Homme était d’encourager un débat public ouvert sur ce problème et qui soit basé sur les réalités, de proposer des lignes d’actions aux dirigeants politiques, en particulier à ceux qui sont déjà en train d’avertir à propos de la doctrine totalitaire issue de la charia promue par l’OCI et allant à l’encontre de la libre expression, des libertés individuelles, des droits des femmes et des homosexuels ainsi que de la liberté religieuse.

Le moment fort de la conférence fut la remise officielle du prix « Défenseur de la Liberté » par l’auteur canadien Mark Steyn à Lars Hedegaard, fondateur de la Danish Free Press Society (Trykkefrihedsselskabet) et de l’International Free Press Society.

Le principal résultat de cette conférence de l’ICLA du 9 juillet fut la lecture solennelle de la « Déclaration de Bruxelles pour la préservation des libertés individuelles et des droits de l’Homme. » Cette déclaration décrit et initie le « Processus de Bruxelles » qui a pour vocation de provoquer le débat public à propos du conflit actuel engagé entre la charia et la Liberté et ambitionne d’être un contrepoids aux efforts de l’OCI pour imposer des lois contre le blasphème en Europe et ailleurs. Processus de Bruxelles qui vise à ré-établir des règles de bonne conduite et de relations internationales raisonnables basées sur la déclaration des droits de l’Homme de l’ONU et nos constitutions nationales, ainsi qu’à faire rejeter l’utilisation de la Déclaration des Droits de l’Homme en Islam comme base de discussion en ce qui concerne les droits de l’Homme et les libertés individuelles.

Des groupes de travail ont été constitués ayant pour but l’élaboration de propositions politiques et de campagnes d’information destinées aux décideurs institutionnels et aux médias afin de faciliter la mise en œuvre du « Processus de Bruxelles » en tant que méthodologie prudente et modérée dans la protection de la libre expression et des droits de l’Homme.

La Déclaration de Bruxelles a été développée en collaboration avec des législateurs de plusieurs pays. Des participants venant de dix huit pays, Autriche, Belgique, Canada, Danemark, Egypte, Finlande, France, Allemagne, Irlande, Italie, Hollande, Norvège, Pologne, Suède, Suisse, Syrie et USA ont participé à cette conférence.

L’International Civil Liberties Alliance (ICLA) est une organisation défenderesse des droits de l’Homme inspirée de la conception libérale classique octroyant les droits aux individus et non aux groupes humains. L’ICLA veut travailler à la protection de la Démocratie et de la liberté d’expression contre les atteintes venant de doctrines politiques ou religieuses qui les nient. L’ICLA entend travailler en ce sens par l’action de coordination et de soutien ses membres à des campagnes d’information, de promotion de mesures législatives et de changement politiques destinés à être appliqués par les gouvernements et les sociétés civiles.

Plus d’information est disponible sur www.libertiesalliance.org par courriel alain.wagner@hotmail.fr/brusselsprocess@gmail.com 

http://www.gerard-brazon.com/article-le-processus-de-bruxelles-lance-par-l-international-civil-liberties-alliance-108982855.html



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BRUSSELS PROCESS LAUNCHED BY THE INTERNATION CIVIL LIBERTIES ALLIANCE ON  9 JULY 2012

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International Civil Liberties Alliance 12 July 2012

By ICLA

On 9 July, the International Civil Liberties Alliance presented an International Human Rights and Freedom of Speech Conference in the European Parliament in Brussels. Over 100 people from numerous, countries, cultures, and backgrounds took part in this milestone event at which Lars Hedegaard of the Danish Free Press Society received the "Defender of Freedom” award.



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The conference was organised in response to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)’s Istanbul Process, which seeks to institute a global blasphemy law that would ban freedom of expression under sharia doctrine worldwide. Many governments are actively aiding the Istanbul Process, rather than opposing it as they should to preserve the liberties of their citizens. The European Union’s offer to host the next meeting of the OIC’s Istanbul Process shows that organization’s willingness to impose severe restrictions on traditional rights and freedoms of citizens within the European Union. The principal purpose of the International Human Rights and Freedom of Speech Conference was to encourage an open and fact-based public debate on these issues, and to provide policy guidance for political leaders, especially those who themselves are raising the alarm over the OIC’s totalitarian sharia doctrines against free expression, civil liberties, women’s rights, homosexual rights and religious freedom.

The highlight of the conference was the formal presentation of the Defender of Freedom Award by Canadian author Mark Steyn to Lars Hedegaard, founder of the Danish Free Press Society (Trykkefrihedsselskabet) and the International Free Press Society.

The principal outcome of ICLA’s 9 July Conference in the European Parliament was the "Brussels Declaration to Safeguard Individual Liberties and Human Rights.” That Declaration describes and launches a systematic ‘Brussels Process,’ designed to stimulate public debate on the conflict between sharia and liberty; to provide a counterweight to the efforts of the OIC to impose blasphemy laws in Europe and other countries; to re-establish standards of good governance and reasonable foreign relations based on the UN Declaration of Human Rights and national constitutions; and to reject the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam as a basis for any discussions on human rights and civil liberties. Working Groups for the Brussels Process were organized to develop legislative initiatives and briefings for policymakers and the media, in order to work to implement the Brussels Process as a moderate and prudent approach to protect free expression and human rights. The Brussels Declaration was developed with ongoing consultation with legislators in several countries.

The Conference was attended by participants from eighteen countries including Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, UK, and the USA.

The International Civil Liberties Alliance (ICLA) is a human rights organisation dedicated, in the spirit of classical liberalism, to protecting democracy, freedom and individual liberties from religious and political doctrines that oppose those rights and liberties. ICLA does so through its voluntary members’ work to endorse, coordinate and promote educational and advocacy campaigns, legislative initiatives and changes in policies of governments and civil society.

More information can be found at: http://www.libertiesalliance.org/brusselsconference/ (...)

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LA DECLARATION ISLAMIQUE DES DROITS DE L'HOMME SUIVIE DE LEURS SPECIFICITES DANS LA CHARIA ISLAMIQUE

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Titre: La Déclaration Islamique des Droits de l’Homme Suivie de leurs spécificités dans la Charia Islamique
Langue: Français

Auteur: Abderrahmân As-Sheha
Traducteurs: Yaaqub Cherif
Correcteurs: Gilles Kervenn - Njykum Yahia
Publié par: Bureau de prédication islamique de Rabwah (Riyadh)

Brève description: Cet article met à la disposition des lecteurs francophones les 25 articles de la Déclaration Islamique des Droits de l’Homme, telle qu’elle a été rédigée par les représentants des États membres de l’Organisation de la Conférence Islamique lors de sa 19ème conférence le 5 août 1990 au Caire. Ces droits mis en application, il s’ensuit l’édification d’une société islamique idéale, dont les principales caractéristiques sont ensuite mentionnées en 12 points. Le deuxième chapitre met en exergue - en 10 points - les différences de fond qui existent entre la déclaration « universelle » des droits de l’homme et la version ou le pendant islamique de cette déclaration, avant de conclure par l’appréciation d’une délégation de juristes européens sur les droits de l’homme en Islam.
Date de l'ajout: 2009-07-15

Lien: http://IslamHouse.com/223244

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http://d1.islamhouse.com/data/fr/ih_articles/fr-Islamhouse-DHL16-Declaratio…

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