UN Human Rights Commission bans criticism of Islam

Free speech obviously does not rank very high on the list of human rights  for this group. From Israel Matzav
The UN 'Human Rights Council' decided this week that it is forbidden to criticize Islam because "religious issues can be "very complex, very sensitive and very intense...This council is not prepared to discuss religious matters in depth, consequently we should not do it." From now on, only religious scholars would be permitted to broach 'religious matters' before the Council.

Hat tip: Alan Fraser
Free speech obviously does not rank very high on the list of human rights  for this group. From Israel Matzav
The UN 'Human Rights Council' decided this week that it is forbidden to criticize Islam because "religious issues can be "very complex, very sensitive and very intense...This council is not prepared to discuss religious matters in depth, consequently we should not do it." From now on, only religious scholars would be permitted to broach 'religious matters' before the Council.

Hat tip: Alan Fraser