Monday, December 24, 2007

Mark Steyn and the freedom of thought

Islam is incompatible with Universal Human Rights. Under Islam there is not such a thing as freedom of speech or freedom of thought. Islam, and its sole prophet Mohammed, are abave any critical thinking.

The latest example is how Islamic organizations are against writer Mark Steyn. They are using the Canadian Human Rights Commission arguing that he is using hate speech, in an attempt to silence him, and anyone else for that matter.

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Saturday, December 22, 2007

Universal Declaration of Human Rights or Islamic Charter?

The conflict between Universal Human Rights and Islamic "human rights" will have to be faced sonner or later. Here is such attempt.

The following link takes to a letter sent to UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Louis Arbour on the possible conflict between the 1948 Universal Declaration for Human Rights and the 1990 Cairo Declaration for Human Rights in Islam -- with shari’a law as “the only source of reference” (articles 24 and 25).

Read it all.

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Why do feminists silence?

An excellent article on the double standard that feminists have when dealing with women´s rights in non-western cultures:

Monday, December 17, 2007

Info for women before marying a Saudi ...

I found a very honest account of what happens in marriages in Saudi Arabia:

Warning is also posted by the U.S. State Department:

This is a real description of what happens under Sharia Law, where women's rights are far from Universal.