Curbing our freedom of expression - Already the UN is useless, corrupt, incompetent, ineffective, worthless and should be abolished - Having dictatorships and chronic human rights offenders making decisions and criticizing civilized countries is deplorable.
To name and claim political opposition a phobia which is a mental disorder is idiotic and absurd reminding us of the Nazis and the Communists silencing their dissidents often by locking them up in camps or mental institutions - Imagine under the political correctness in the 1930's where it was ill seen to criticize Nazi Germany they invented the term 'Naziphobia' or under the Cold War the Socialists and Communists invented the term Communistphobia or Soclialistphobia - What is really reason for concern are the useful idiots and the traitorous policy and law makers taking such an absurd abomination serious, worse still, including that into our laws - By goodness one can hope one day that there will be a Nuremberg trial for those traitors.
Phobia: An unreasonable sort of fear that can cause avoidance and panic. Phobias are a relatively common type of anxiety disorder.
For example, extreme fear of spiders is called arachnophobia, and fear of being outside is known as agoraphobia. Phobias can be treated with cognitive behavioral therapy using exposure and fear reduction techniques. In many cases, anti-anxiety or anti-depressant medication proves helpful, especially during the early stages of therapy.
The word "phobia" is from the Greek "phobos" (fear).
In face of the adverse and mounting phenomenon of Islamophobia in the West, we placed this issue at the top of our priorities and preoccupations, while conducting a large-scale world-wide effort to confront it at four levels:
First: The official level of countries and governments of the West, where this phenomenon is rampant and wide-spread. We have exhorted the officials in these countries to assume their inherent legal responsibilities in order to stem this illegal trend in conformity with international and domestic laws which prohibit discrimination based on incitement to hatred towards individuals or groups because of their religion, race, or other grounds.
Second: The level of major international organizations, such as the United Nations General Assembly in New York or the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, as well as organisations concerned with Dialogue among Civilizations, or inter-religious and interfaith dialogue.
Third: Renowned academic institutions, intellectual and research centers, and think-tank circles.
Fourth: The level of the OIC Islamophobia Observatory, which we have established in order to monitor and document all manifestation of this scourge, and to deal with them in an interactive manner.
The United Nations General Assembly adopted similar resolutions against the defamation of Islam.
In confronting the Danish cartoons and the Dutch film “Fitna”, we sent a clear message to the West regarding the red lines that should not be crossed. As we speak, the official West and its public opinion are all now well-aware of the sensitivities of these issues. They have also started to look seriously into the question of freedom of expression from the perspective of its inherent responsibility, which should not be overlooked.