Andrew Harrod and Sam Nunberg wrote
about the "International Conference on Islamophobia" that was held in Turkey:
Objective observers should be rightfully concerned by the “International Conference on Islamophobia: Law & Media” held by the Turkish government’s Directorate General of Press and Information (DGPI or BYGEM in Turkish) and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) this past September 12-13 in Istanbul’s Grand Tarabya Hotel. Conference participants substantiated all too many threats emanating from various Muslims and their allies, calling into question their respect for free speech and freedom of expression.
They never had it to start with. Their whole blabbermouth gathering is nothing more than an expression of hate for every non-Muslim who loves freedom. And that's why this meeting is most definitely something everybody should be worried about.
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