Muslim Country that Bans Churches Hosts Conference on Religious Discrimination
When you think of religious discrimination, you think of Saudi Arabia, a country that bans churches dating back to Mohammed’s ethnic cleansing of Jews and Christians under the mandate that two religions may not exist.
Except these days, Muslims are the perpetual victims. So Saudi Arabia hosted a conference on religious discrimination. And by religious discrimination, Muslims just mean Islamophobia expressed in bans on terrorism and forcing women to veil or have acid thrown in their faces.
You know, discrimination.
Saudi Arabia hosted a two-day conference in Jeddah last week, which was attended by the president of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC), where members convened to discuss measures to thwart religiously-motivated violence and discrimination.
And the perfect place to discuss religiously motivated violence is in the home of a state sponsor of Islamic terror.
Country representatives convened at the Organization of Islamic Cooperation headquarters in Jeddah, discussing how the “Istanbul Process” would be most effective in achieving a result that would “encourage religious leaders and civil society members in addressing the root causes of discrimination based on religion.”
It is the Koran and the Hadiths that the Saudis use to justify busting Christmas parties, arresting Christians and outlawing the building of Churches.
Saudi Arabia’s grand mufti issued a fatwa against Christian churches throughout the Arabian Peninsula.
Abdullah, who is considered to be the highest authority on Islamic law in the Sunni Muslim kingdom, also serves as the head of the Supreme Council of Ulema (Islamic scholars) and of the Standing Committee for Scientific Research and Issuing of Fatwas.
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