Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Muslim Leaders Urge Western Governments To Condemn Acts That Insult Islam

KUALA LUMPUR: A Muslim political leader urged Western governments Monday (9 June) to hit out more strongly against acts that are offensive to Islam.

OIC flagEkmeleddin Ihsanoglu, secretary-general of the 56-nation Organization of the Islamic Conference, warned there seemed to be a growing “campaign of hate and discrimination” against Muslims by a small number of individuals and organizations.

In a speech to a conference in Kuala Lumpur on improving ties between Muslims and the West, Ihsanoglu praised Western nations for criticizing acts such as the recent release of an anti-Quran film by a Dutch lawmaker, but said more should have been done.

“Mere condemnation or distancing from the acts of the perpetrators of Islamophobia will not resolve the issue, as long as they remain free to carry on with their campaign of incitement and provocation on the plea of freedom of expression,” Ihsanoglu said.


An open letter to Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu

Dear Mr Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu,

I will support the defense of your Prophet,
if you will take immediate and clear action to stop the followers of your Prophet from murdering men, women and children. And if you stop the 'gang rapes' and 'honor killings' from being committed by the followers of your Prophet.

Until these criminal and inhuman acts cease, your Prophet deserve no defense. These acts of wanton violence make it seem that your Prophet speaks for Satan. There is no other logical answer for these inhuman acts to be done in the name of Allah, except that Allah is Satan.

So, once you have stopped these crimes against humanity, then we can discuss the defense of your Prophet.

Thank you for your Time.

1 comment:

Texas Truth said...

Perhaps we should urge Middle Eastern Governments to condemn acts that insult Christians.