Liberties Alliance 27 November 2012
The International Civil Liberties Alliance (ICLA) is a human rights organisation that aims to uphold democracy, freedom and individual liberties. In its Mission Statement ICLA commits itself to campaign for the right to oppose sharia.
There are many people who would argue that such a right is automatic in the West. Others would say that the right exists but that it is ‘rude’ to use it because it risks causing ‘offence’ or ‘hurt feelings’. Far from being an automatic right people have been demonised and slandered, they have lost their livelihoods, they have even ended up in prison for opposing sharia. As a result specific provision to protect this right is now essential in both national and international law.
Complaining about poor conditions in the centre where they live, about three hundred asylum seekers took part in a march in Austria.
Asian Tribune 27 November 2012
By M. Zulkifli Nazim
The United Nations, Human Rights Organizations and other governmental and non-governmental organizations and administrations are trying their utmost, to the greatest possible degree, to eradicate the vestiges of slavery from its very roots.
Ironically, the rulers of a country, vis-à-vis Saudi Arabia, which pride themselves as the protectors of the Holy Places of Islam, a religion that is supposed to supposed to have uprooted slavery, are involved in slavery and even are encouraging this vassalage.
TrustLaw 27 November 2012
By Emma Batha
Britain launched an initiative dubbed a "health passport” on Monday that is designed to reduce the number of girls subjected to horrific genital mutilations while visiting family overseas
Statement Opposing Female Genital Mutilation
From today, parents and girls from communities that practise female genital mutilation (FGM) will be able to carry a government statement in their passports spelling out that British residents can face up to 14 years in jail if they arrange for FGM to be carried out abroad.
The government says up to 24,000 girls in Britain are thought to be at risk of FGM, which it calls a "cruel and brutal practice”. It believes many girls are taken overseas to have the procedure done – often during the long summer holidays.
Canada Free Press 27 November 2012
By David Rushton