The secretary-general of the OIC, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, called on the rest of the world to:
“come out of hiding from behind the excuse of freedom of expression.”
He said the “deliberate, motivated and systematic abuse of this freedom” were a danger to global security and stability.Uh, no. Freedom of expression is not a danger to global security and stability, a religion that has failed to modernize and evolve along with the bulk of its followers is what poses a threat to global stability. Instead of a decade-long effort trying to force those of us who cherish freedom of expression (regardless of whether we find some things offensive or not), why not try reforming a religion that is in desperate need of it.
And then this:
Separately, the Human Rights Commission of the OIC, which has 57 members and is based in Saudi Arabia, said “growing intolerance towards Muslims”, had to be checked and called for “an international code of conduct for media and social media to disallow the dissemination of incitement material”.There would be no "growing intolerance towards Muslims" if they weren't trying to shove their religious ideology and doctrine down our throats, or running around destroying property and killing people, including fellow Muslims. Ironically, there is far more intolerance within the Muslim community itself, but in their case they don't merely criticize they blow each other up.
Sorry, but hands off the West. You keep your Shariah, we'll keep our freedom of speech.