Hat tip Front Page Magazine
According to the below article by Egypt Independent, the European Union is in negations with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the Arab league and the African Union to pass laws against blasphemy against Islam.
Meanwhile, as we speak, religious minorities in Islamic countries are being persecuted-not the least of which are the Coptic Christians in Egypt-where this report originated. Nothing, of course, was mentioned about that in the article.
Europe, of course, has no First Amendment, as we do. People can be prosecuted for what they say. Just ask Geert Wilders in the Netherlands and Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff in Austria. Notwithstanding are freedom of speech, there is a drive through the UN to bring similar legislation to the US. Think it can't happen here?
Just ask Nakoula B. Nakoula. He still sits in jail for a "probation violation" even after we know that his video, "The Innocence of Muslims" was not the cause of what happened on September 11.
"A danger to society"
-Federal Judge Christina Snyder