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Lo que ha ganado Arabia Saudí con las caricaturas

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 17/febrero/2006

De The Counterterrorism Blog:

In fact, as a brave Algerian editorialist from Le Soir D’Algerie pointed out Saudi Arabia had two major opportunities to start this campaign in December: one was the Hajj (the Pilgrimage which millions of Muslim attend), and the other one was the meeting of the Organization of the Islamic Conference which took place in Riyadh. The Conference adopted a resolution to create an Observatory against Islamophobia citing the example of the Danish cartoons but that was it. One of Saudi King Abdullah’s goals is to unite the Muslims of the World and defend them. This controversy played well in the classical scheme of Muslims being oppressed by the West. That is why the Wahhabi regime took the lead by being the first country to recall its Ambassador in Denmark and starting the boycott of Danish products. Also hardliner Interior Minister Prince Nayef called on international religious institutions and especially the Vatican to step in to defend the Muslims (which by the way the Vatican agreed to do). He added defending the Muslim outcry, “If freedom has reached this degree, I think it is unacceptable no matter what”.

Precisamente sobre la Organización de la Conferencia Islámica, encuentro en el blog Alphabet City los puntos que acordaron sobre la “islamofobia” (ya hablamos de este tema aunque no habíamos tenido conocimiento de los puntos acordados en concreto):

On Tuesday, ambassadors and permanent representatives from the 57 Islamic countries that comprise the OIC General Secretariat met in Jeddah and unanimously approved five points that form a “proactive OIC strategy [that would] project the true image of Islam and Muslims [to] the West” and “increase cooperation with the international institutions [EU, UN] with a view to ensuring the adoption of political, legal and cultural-social frameworks in combating defamation and stereotyping of Muslims and their religion.”

  • the adoption by the EU of necessary legislative measures through the European Parliament against Islamophobia;
  • making joint efforts by the EU and the OIC to adopt UN Resolution on the lines of existing UN Resolution 60/150 (Combating defamation of religions) which should prohibit defamation of all Prophets and faiths;
  • the adoption of a code of ethics for the European media;
  • the adoption of an International Communication Media Order by the United Nations which should cover a definition of freedom of speech in case of religious symbols;
  • the inclusion of an operative paragraph prohibiting blasphemy, defamation of religions and incitement to hatred in the text of Human Rights Council resolution presently being negotiated.

¿Y que tal un observatorio contra la NO-muslimitud-fobia que parecen tener tantos musulmanes? Excluyendo a los pocos valientes Y moderados que hay por ahí, como el articulista mencionado…

3 comentarios para “Lo que ha ganado Arabia Saudí con las caricaturas”

  1. […] > Lo que ha ganado Arabia Saudí con las caricaturas. Estos son sus planes para el futuro próximo: the adoption by the EU of necessary legislative measures through the European Parliament against Islamophobia; making joint efforts by the EU and the OIC to adopt UN Resolution on the lines of existing UN Resolution 60/150 (Combating defamation of religions) which should prohibit defamation of all Prophets and faiths; the adoption of a code of ethics for the European media; the adoption of an International Communication Media Order by the United Nations which should cover a definition of freedom of speech in case of religious symbols; the inclusion of an operative paragraph prohibiting blasphemy, defamation of religions and incitement to hatred in the text of Human Rights Council resolution presently being negotiated. […]

  2. […] Suficiente para prohibirlo siguiendo las recomendaciones de la Organización de la Conferencia Islámica. Sin embargo, creo que es preferible hacer del Corán lectura obligatoria, por esto. […]

  3. […] But Iran has not been the only Muslim country to profit iself of the cartoons story: Saudi Arabia and Lybia have also used them for their own goals. […]

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