Today, on the horrible 11-year anniversary of the opening salvo on the jihad's war on America, we convene the Freedom Conference.
SION to Hold International Congress and Media Conference to Address Islamic Supremacist War Against Free Speech
The first session of the International Freedom Defense
Congress, the operating body of the human rights organization Stop
Islamization of Nations (SION), will be held in New York on September
11, 2012. The principal focus of the Congress will be a media workshop
pertaining to Islamic supremacist attempts to restrict the freedom of
speech in the free world, and the smear campaigns against freedom
fighters in newspapers and media institutions in the West.
"The objective of this first-of-its-kind conference is to develop
media-related mechanisms to address the smear campaigns," SION said in a
statement. It will also address the media's double standard regarding
Islam and other religions, as epitomized in March 2012 by the New
York Times' running of an anti-Catholic smear ad and rejection of a
SION ad telling the truth about Islamic jihad.
It said the workshop will discuss at length the reasons behind and
the results of the Western media's offensive campaigns against freedom
of speech and the truth about Islam, jihad, Islamic supremacism and
Muslims, which it added still occur from time to time.
"The conference will represent a quantum leap in media action, as it
discusses, beyond rhetoric, the practical steps to address the
phenomenon of the Islamic war against free speech," SION President
Pamela Geller said.
Freedom fighters from all over the globe, journalists, intellectuals
and academicians will be among the participants in the workshop, which
will consist of brainstorming sessions to develop mechanisms for
cooperation with external partners, and to develop an action plan to
address the phenomenon of the Islamic war against free speech.
The organisation noted that the workshop is of particular importance
as it is the first ever to address the implications of Resolution
16/18 of the United Nations Human Rights Council, the stated goal of
which is to "combat intolerance, negative stereotyping and
stigmatisation of, discrimination, incitement to violence, and
violence against persons based on religion or belief," but which is
actually designed to restrict truthful speech about Islamic
supremacism and jihad, so as to render the West mute and defenseless
before the advancing threat of jihad and Sharia.
Resolution 16/18, which was adopted by the United Nations Human
Rights Council in Geneva in March 2011, was backed by U.S. Secretary of
State Hillary Clinton at the most recent Istanbul Process Conference
in Washington in December.
This is widely viewed as a significant step toward furthering OIC
efforts to destroy the freedom of speech and impose Sharia blasphemy
laws on the free world.
"We are holding this Congress on the eleventh anniversary of the day
jihad came to America in order to strike a blow for freedom," Geller
The SION Board of Advisers also includes Oskar Freysinger, a Swiss
Parliamentarian and member of the Swiss People's Party (SVP), who won
international renown for his leadership of the successful campaign
against the construction of minarets in Switzerland; Cliff Kincaid,
editor of Accuracy in Media (AIM) and a leader of the struggle to keep
the jihadist propaganda network Al-Jazeera off American airwaves; Dr.
Ashraf Rameleh, President of Voice of the Copts, an international
organization standing up for the human rights of Coptic Christians and
all religious minorities against religious bigotry and intolerance; Dr.
Ali Sina, the renowned ex-Muslim author and founder of
FaithFreedom.org; Dr. Wafa Sultan, the ex-Muslim human rights activist
and author; the German pro-freedom activist Stefan Herre of
Politically Incorrect; the Israeli author Dr. Mordechai Kedar; the
Hindu human rights activist Babu Suseelan; Anders Gravers of Stop
Islamisation of Europe (SIOE); and Canadian publisher and free speech
defender Ezra Levant.
Speakers at SION's International Freedom Defense Congress will
include Kedar, Rameleh, Sina, Kincaid, and Gravers, as well as Danish
free speech advocate Lars Hedegaard; EDL leaders Kevin Carroll and others as well as renowned Muhammad cartoonist Lars
SION stands for:
-- The freedom of speech - as opposed to Islamic prohibitions of "blasphemy" and "slander," which are used effectively to quash honest discussion of jihad and Islamic supremacism; -- The freedom of conscience - as opposed to the Islamic death penalty for apostasy; -- The equality of rights of all people before the law - as opposed to Sharia's institutionalized discrimination against women and non-Muslims.
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