This is rich. Is there any worse hellhole for a human being to live in than in a Muslim country under sharia law? This is like the Axis powers setting up a human rights commission under Mengele during the second world war.
I think it's safe to assume that these twenty-first century barbarians will demonize acts of goodness as human rights violations. It stands to reason if acts of bloodthirsty savagery, misogyny, slavery, the silencing of free speech, persecution of Christians, Jews, non-believers are all for the glory of allah.
Bat Ye'or, historian and scholar, described the OIC as one of the largest intergovernmental organizations in the world. It encompasses 56 Muslim states plus the Palestinian Authority. Spread over four continents, it claims to speak in the name of the ummah (the universal Muslim community), which numbers about 1.3 billion. The OIC’s mission is to unite all Muslims worldwide by rooting them in the Koran and the Sunnah —
The organization has numerous subsidiary institutions collaborating at the highest levels with international organizations in order to implement its political objectives worldwide. Its main working bodies are the Islamic Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), which seeks to impose on the West the Islamic perception of history and civilization; the Observatory of Islamophobia, which puts
pressure on Western governments and international bodies to adopt laws punishing “Islamophobia” and blasphemy; and the newly created Islamic International Court of Justice. As stated in its 1990 Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam, the OIC is strictly tied to the principles of the Koran, the Sunnah, and the sharia. In a word, the OIC seeks to become the reincarnation of the Caliphate.
Note to the Jewish people: duck!
OIC ABOUT TO SET UP ITS HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION, SAYS SEC-GEN
By Muin Abdul Majid
DUBAI, March 4 (NNN-BERNAMA) — The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is on the verge of establishing an independent permanent commission on human rights, according to its secretary-general, Professor Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu.
The move must be viewed as a landmark event and a positive development in the 40-year history of the OIC, he said when addressing the high-level segment of the 13th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) in Geneva on Monday. His remarks were made available here Wednesday by the Jeddah-based OIC.
The commission, he said, was expected to constitute an important pillar of the ongoing process of reform at the OIC, with a view to transforming it into a body which would effectively cope with the existing and emerging challenges faced by the Muslim world.
He stressed that the task of improving human rights conditions on a global scale should be borne collectively by all nations represented in the family of the United Nations.[...]
Ihsanoglu also called on the UN Human Rights Council to effectively address the plight of the Palestinian people under the continuous and deliberate aggression of Israeli military forces, alluding to the frequency of flagrant violations of the basic human rights of the long-suffering Palestinians. — NNN-BERNAMA