Islam, the religion of peace, tolerance and compassion - December 2, 2008 by Organisation of The Islamic Conference
Islam, the religion of peace, tolerance and compassion - December 2, 2008 by Organisation of The Islamic Conference - OIC Website
The Law says:
The OIC (Organization of The Islamic Conference) which is exercising an ever increasing influence on the United Nations, says "Islam, the religion of peace, tolerance and compassion".
The OIC is pressuring members at the UN to put a ban on mentioning Islam whenever Muslims commit terrorist acts in the name of Islam - this under the pretext of eradicating the "defamation of religions."
Islam, the religion of peace, tolerance and compassion, that sanctifies the human soul, and whose universal message is one of mutual peaceful coexistence among all the peoples of the world, regardless of their ethnicities, race, religions or languages, and which calls for kind reasoning and dialogue with all their fellow human beings, abhors and despises all such criminal acts and had enacted the utmost severe punishment for their perpetrators.
It is frustrating to see some circles, still, maliciously trying to establish conceptual link between such evil and wicked practices and Islam, the religion that condemns, scorns and outlaws them.
It is on the premise of this irrefutable fact that we, in the OIC, call upon all well-intentioned peoples of the world, not to give to these criminals any right to present Islam, a right that Islam itself denies them. Those who refer to the perpetrators, as acting on behalf of Islam, help them by offering them justification, anchor and premise that they don’t have or deserve. On the other hand, the generalization of the guilt of a few aberrant misguided individuals, to engulf the adherents of a religion of 1.5 billion followers is an outrageous judgment and amounts to an illegal collective punishment on a global scale. Moreover, any attempt to implicate all Muslims in such a wicked and wanton acts goes contrary to the well established principles of international law.
It is therefore hoped that media will avoid resorting to any reference to Islam when narrating such events in order not to disseminate erroneous information that might jeopardize the basic human rights of Muslims, the world over.The OIC removed this page from their website and scrubbed the web. A review of it remains on line.