Spain's Foreign Minister

According to a Pakistani news source, Paktribune.com, the foreign ministers of Spain and Pakistan met in Islamabad, and in a press briefing foreign minister Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri said Spain has regretted over publication of blasphemous cartoon and announced support to Pakistan in moving resolution in UN on this issue.

If the UN throws itself into the battle to dictate what Infidels can say or write about Islam, the world will be a giant step closer to global shari'a law. Make no mistake that jihadists will take heart and will win more adherents among Muslims everywhere. The infidel is losing the will to resist.

Hat tip: Eric Schwappach

Thomas Lifson   3 08 06

According to a Pakistani news source, Paktribune.com, the foreign ministers of Spain and Pakistan met in Islamabad, and in a press briefing foreign minister Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri said Spain has regretted over publication of blasphemous cartoon and announced support to Pakistan in moving resolution in UN on this issue.

If the UN throws itself into the battle to dictate what Infidels can say or write about Islam, the world will be a giant step closer to global shari'a law. Make no mistake that jihadists will take heart and will win more adherents among Muslims everywhere. The infidel is losing the will to resist.

Hat tip: Eric Schwappach

Thomas Lifson   3 08 06