‘Religious Defamation’ Laws Would Ban Islam

by Raymond Ibrahim

Frontpage Magazine

As the Islamic world, in the guise of the 57-member state Organization of Islamic Cooperation, continues to push for the enforcement of “religious defamation” laws in the international arena — theoretically developed to protect all religions from insult, but in reality made for Islam — one great irony is lost, especially on Muslims: if such laws would ban movies and cartoons that defame Islam, they would also, by logical extension, have to ban the religion of Islam itself — the only religion whose core texts actively defame other religions. Continue reading “‘Religious Defamation’ Laws Would Ban Islam”