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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Hillary Clinton seeks 'Tolerance' Agreement while in Turkey

Any time I see the words 'interfaith dialogue,' I get physically ill. This was the reason for the Ground Zero mosque. It's also a phrase Fethullah Gulen, one of the most dangerous stealth jihadists in the world, likes to attach to his cause. Bill Clinton actually touted Gulen's efforts at 'interfaith dialogue' back in 2008. Gulen is also from Turkey, which is where Hillary Clinton was this week. Her purpose? To tout 'interfaith dialogue' and tolerance in order to prevent blasphemy laws.

Via the AP:
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday she's hopeful that a religious tolerance agreement between the West and Islamic countries will end efforts to criminalize blasphemy that threaten freedom of expression.

At an interfaith conference in Turkey, Clinton said an initiative by the U.S., the European Union and the Organization of the Islamic Conference will promote religious freedom without compromising free speech.

"Together we have begun to overcome the false divide that pits religious sensitivities against freedom of expression and we are pursuing a new approach," Clinton said. "These are fundamental freedoms that belong to all people in all places and they are certainly essential to democracy."
So instead of strong words of condemnation for any country that persecutes non-Muslims, Hillary Clinton is seeking a 'tolerance agreement.'

I wonder if she has even the slightest clue about how hard the Muslim world is laughing at her.

h/t Weasel Zippers

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