Litigious Muslims seek their own justice

Thomas Lifson
The Saudi-published Arab News reports that the Muslim World League wants to take the courts to prevent "insults" to Isalm and Muhammad.
A two-day conference organized by the Makkah-based Muslim World League yesterday called for a consultative commission in order to take legal action against those who abuse Islam and its Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and Islamic sanctities, at local and international courts of justice, the Saudi Press Agency said.
Meanwhile, there is no evidence of any moves to stop labeling Jews as descendents of pigs and monkeys, as has been done from the pulpits of major Saudi mosques.

Islamic concepts of justice, as endorsed by major organizations of that faith, march on.

Hat tip: Ummah News Links.
The Saudi-published Arab News reports that the Muslim World League wants to take the courts to prevent "insults" to Isalm and Muhammad.
A two-day conference organized by the Makkah-based Muslim World League yesterday called for a consultative commission in order to take legal action against those who abuse Islam and its Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and Islamic sanctities, at local and international courts of justice, the Saudi Press Agency said.
Meanwhile, there is no evidence of any moves to stop labeling Jews as descendents of pigs and monkeys, as has been done from the pulpits of major Saudi mosques.

Islamic concepts of justice, as endorsed by major organizations of that faith, march on.

Hat tip: Ummah News Links.