‘THE STONING OF SORAYA M’ – In movie theaters June 26, 2009

“The world must know.”  “Take my voice with you.”

Movie Trailer:

Website: THE STONING

UPDATE thanks to Robert of JIHAD WATCH

Stoning of Soraya M actress spreads comforting falsehoods: Stoning “has nothing to do with Islam”

The Stoning of Soraya M. is a great film; I attended an advance screening of it last year in Los Angeles, and strongly recommend that you see it. It is a powerfully moving indictment of the Islamic practice of stoning adulterers, and indirectly of the Sharia in general — however, those connected with the film are doing their level best to avoid giving the impression that the film has anything to do with Islam at all. The latest to do this, but by no means the only one, is actress Shohreh Aghdashloo, who portrays the victim’s close friend. This is understandable in today’s politically correct Obamoid climate, but it is unfortunate for the Muslim women who are victimized by this barbaric practice: they will never get justice as long as the world is busy making excuses for what victimizes them, instead of calling to account those who are responsible.

Surprise! Surprise! Islamic countries reject monitor for discrimination against women.

EYEontheUN Alert

Islamic countries reject monitor for discrimination against women

During the Annual Full-day Meeting on Women’s Human Rightsheld last week at the Human Rights Council, the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) and member states expressed their opposition to the idea of setting up a new Special Rapporteur who would monitor laws that discriminate against women. According to the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the establishment of this new mechanism has been under consideration since 2005 and is supported by both the Secretary-General and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). Active OIC opposition – common on all human rights fronts at the UN – introduces a major impediment to realizing this idea for the better protection of women’s rights. Read more:  American Congress for Truth

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