Thursday, April 27, 2006


I apologize for the relative lack of recent posts, it's been a busy last few days. Life at the US Army Intel School is a vast improvement over Basic Training, but as you would expect, it's not easy. Look for more posts this weekend.

In the meantime, this article (link courtesy of Watch) discusses how various Islamic states are seeking to exploit the Danish cartoon controversy to impose international standards of censorship under the guise of protecting religious diversity:

Islamic groups and governments are pressing ahead with a campaign to have international organizations take steps, including legal ones, to provide protection for their religion in the wake of the Mohammed cartoon controversy.

In a drive pursued largely away from the headlines, the Organization for the Islamic Conference (OIC) is promoting the issue at the United Nations and European Union, and having some success.


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