Was the Israel Lobby Behind This, Too?

While Friends of Freeman bemoan the muffling of dissent effectuated by “supporters of Israel,” others may be interested in seeing what religiously motivated censorship actually looks like:

A new U.N. resolution circulated today by Islamic states would define any questioning of Islamic dogma as a human rights violation, intimidate dissenting voices, and encourage the forced imposition of Sharia law.

Of course, Freeman’s professional second home, Saudi Arabia has been working toward the introduction of this resolution for years now. It’s hard to call this “ironic” when exploitation of liberal hypocrisy is exactly what’s expected. But that doesn’t mean it ceases to be unsettling.