A letter to Interpol against anti Islam material

A letter to Interpol against anti Islam material

Islamabad : Pakistan | Sep 23, 2012 at 3:20 PM PDT
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The interior minister Rehman Malik has contacted Interpol to pass a law from General Assembly to block all type anti Islam material on internet and said that anti Islam propaganda will affect the war against terror and inter religion harmony will be overthrown. In the letter to Interpol secretary general Ronald K Nobel, Interior minister said that the protests against anti Islam and anti Muhammad (PBUH) are on. I request you to raise this matter to big Search Engines and make it sure that all anti Islam material will be blocked as its very counter effective in the war against terror. He told that we have evidences that there are some elements that are using anti Islam slogans and videos to damage inter religion harmony. In this way they are becoming a big threat to the world. He said that I stress on this fact that you take the seriousness of this matter and make it sure to block the anti Islam material and further stressed that Interpol may produce a law in this matter as by such crimes inter religion harmony and as the result of that Global peace may become under threat. Interior minister said that manuscript of law may be presented in the coming session of General assembly. I shall try to highlight the fact to the world that by such negative, abhorred and contemptuous material is damaging the interests of every person who is fighting for the peace of world

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A letter to Interpol against anti Islam material
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mamukakan is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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