Please disable your Ad Blocker to better interact with this website.

At United Nations, Saudi Arabia Calls For “Final Solutions” To Stamp Out “Islamophobia,” Including Prison & Fines

Written by:

Published on: July 23, 2020

Note that Meshaal Bin Ali Al Balawi is not talking about “Islamophobia” as vigilante attacks on innocent Muslims, which are never justified. He is talking about speech that he considers to be promoting “racism, racial discrimination, and xenophobia,” and above all, “Islamophobia.”

For years now, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and other Islamic groups have condemned any and all honest discussion of how jihadis use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and oppression as “Islamophobic.”

If the UN heeds Saudi Arabia’s words, which it will do sooner or later, all criticism of Islam will be criminalized — which is exactly the situation of criticism of Islam in Islamic law.

“Saudi Arabia calls for the elimination of Islamophobia,” by Samir Salama, Gulf News, July 17, 2020 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

Abu Dhabi: Saudi Arabia has called on Tendai Akum – the United Nations Human Rights Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination and xenophobia – to continue to focus on eliminating “Islamophobia”.

In a speech before the Human Rights Council, the head of the Human Rights Section at the United Nations Mission in Geneva, Meshaal Bin Ali Al Balawi, said, “The Internet is an available space for practicing racism, racial discrimination, and xenophobia, which requires efforts to find solutions to make it a safe and accurately balanced space between respecting freedom of opinion and expression, and combating racism and racial discrimination.”

He explained that spreading ideas based on racial discrimination and inciting racism and hatred using information technology, the internet and social media is a crime, whose perpetrator is punished according to the laws of the kingdom, including what was included in the Information Crime Prevention System of 2007, as it includes punishing those who harm others through various information technology means with imprisonment for a period not exceeding one year and a fine not exceeding SR500,000, equivalent to $133,000 or one of these two penalties.

Regarding the prohibition of organisations that promote racial, religious and national hatred, the head of the Human Rights Section of the kingdom’s mission at the United Nations in Geneva said, “The 2015 System of Associations and Private Institutions includes a ban on the establishment of any association whose regulations include provisions that conflict with the provisions of Islamic Sharia, or public order, or public morals, or violate national unity.”…

Article posted with permission from Robert Spencer

Become an insider!

Sign up to get breaking alerts from Sons of Liberty Media.

Don't forget to like on Facebook and Twitter.
The opinions expressed in each article are the opinions of the author alone and do not necessarily reflect those of


Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.

Trending on The Sons of Liberty Media

Newsletter SignupStay up to date on the latest news: Sign up for the Sons of Liberty newsletter!

Stay up to date on the latest news: Sign up for the Sons of Liberty newsletter!