U.N. May Outlaw Blasphemy Against Islam

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khaaaaan! is demanding the United Nations outlaw “blasphemy” of Islam. Khaaaaan! is using his good friends the Jews as an example for the policy, since Europe – allegedly – punishes people for denying the Holocaust.

Addressing the Senate for the first time as prime minister, Imran Khan said his government will raise the matter before the United Nations (UN), adding: “However, I do not think that would do much.”

“Our government will raise the matter in the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and ask the Muslim countries to come up with a collective policy that could then be brought up at international forums.”

“This should have been done years ago,” PM Khan said while giving the example of the Holocaust and how four European countries have jail sentences for “anyone who misquotes the figures of Holocaust. That is because they realise that this is something that hurts the sentiments of the Jewish community.”

You know, for someone who claims Islam is both “the religion of peace,” and the only true religion, Khaaaaan! seems very insecure. People criticize Christianity every day of the week and twice on Sundays, yet no one ever demands legislation outlawing their opinions.

That said, I fully expect the United Nations to approve this measure, because reasons.

5 thoughts on “U.N. May Outlaw Blasphemy Against Islam

    1. Nailed it! Most Muslims are seriously insecure in their “faith.” That’s pretty obvious by the fact the kill people over it constantly.


  1. TXNick – People destroy Catholicism all the time – especially now, when it’s warranted – but to go to water over such criticisms is absurd. Toughen up, buttercup.


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