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Islamic Plan to Take Over the World: Hector Aleem

Written by Hector Aleem

Now days everyone is talking about cartoons against Islam and mohammad.  Muslim countries especially Pakistan are holding rallies and protest against the cartoons by burning the flags of France and pictures of cartoonists. They are also talking about a law that United Nations should have which can protect muslim rights and no one in this world could ever be able to say anything against Islam or mohammad. On the other hand, muslim countries don’t allow anyone in their countries to wear clothes of their own choice, non-muslims in Saudi Arabia aren’t allowed to go to mecca because it’s their holy place. Non-muslims cannot have nationalities of muslim countries and no one is allowed to debate or discuss Islam. Christians who are the native people of those Islamic countries cannot have freedom of speech and freedom of religion in Islamic countries but muslims who are only immigrants in Europe and USA ask for their freedom of speech and freedom of religion. They don’t care that there are other people and religions in the world e.g. Christians, Buddhists, Hindus and atheists who don’t accept mohammad as their prophet and Koran as a holy book, there are contradictions among different denominations of islam who don’t accept other denomination as a muslim which makes them a minority, how can a minority impose its religion on majority? Christians are being forcefully converted to islam and they have to hear debates and insulting words against Holy Bible, Christianity and Jesus Christ in Islamic countries every day.

When muslims say that there should be a law which can protect muslims and their prophet and the violators should be punished, this means that they want to impose sharia all over the world. United Nations doesn’t recognise any religion but still when they go there, they start with the name of Allah. By doing so, they are violating the charter of United Nations. They want to impose blasphemy law only for islam through United Nations all over the world. They want to ignore all nations of the world and ask for a law that respects them, their religion and prophet. They want a license to kill in the name of religion which they are already doing; we all know that from which religion do Boko Haram, ISIS, Al Qaida, Taliban and other terrorist organisations belong. I have seen muslims disrespecting cross, churches, holy signs of Christians, tearing and burning the pages of Holy Bible and spitting on holy signs and books of Christians. Instead, there should be a law against muslims that controls them not to disrespect anyone else’s religion. The United Nations charter says that everyone should keep their religion to themselves and do not hurt others by imposing any religion and insult other’s religion and this is the best thing anyone can do.

In the end I would like to mention mohammad ghouri, ahmed shah abdali, mehmood ghaznavi and mohammad bin qasim who were robbers came from Afghanistan and Arab to rob Hindu temples and eradicate peaceful nations like Buddhist, Christians and Hindus living there and they did it. I don’t know about other muslim countries but there roads, places and missiles in the name of these terrorists and they are mentioned in their syllabus as Islamic heroes in Pakistan. By looking at their history and so called heroes, who can say that they are peaceful or they can respect other religions.

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UN chief Ban Ki-moon says human rights ‘under attack’ everywhere

UNITED NATIONS (AFP) – UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon warned Wednesday that human rights were “under attack” throughout the world as he opened the General Assembly debate.

“From barrel bombs to beheadings, from the deliberate starvation of civilians to the assault on hospitals, UN shelters and aid convoys, human rights and the rule of law are under attack,” the UN chief told the 193-nation Assembly.

Ban cited the “new depths of barbarity” carried out by extremists in Syria and Iraq and drew up a long list of world crises: the war in Gaza, fighting in Ukraine, South Sudan and Central African Republic.

“It has been a terrible year for the principles enshrined in the United Nations charter” that puts peace and security at the center of its mission, said Ban.

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