legal regimes that protect individuals against discrimination and hate crimes,
increase interfaith and intercultural efforts and expand human rights education is an
important first step in combating incidents of intolerance, discrimination and
violence against individuals on the basis of religion or belief,
Incidents of IntoleranceWhat does that mean? To learn what it means, read one of the Islampohobia Observatory Reports. The fifth annual report is exemplary. On page 14,"The Innocence of Muslims" is listed as a manifestation of Islamophobia and an incident of intolerance. The conceptual content of the video is confirmed from Islamic sources.
An OSCE conference last year discussed "manifestations of intolerance"; the following quote from page 14 is an eye opener.
discourse, including such terms as “the Shari’a threat”, ‘Islamofascism”, “Islamic
terrorism”, “the mass migration of Muslims” and “the headscarf problem”, as a means of
promoting hatred and fear towards Muslim communities.
According to OSCE, the uttering and publishing of “the Shari’a threat”, “‘Islamofascism” & “Islamic terrorism” are incidents of intolerance. The draft resolution before the General Assembly demands enforcement of laws to prohibit the uttering and publishing of videos and texts which expose the damnable doctrines and practices of Islam. Saying or writing "Islamic terrorism" must not be made a crime punishable by law.