Sep 14, 2012 No Comments ›› Pat Dollard
(THE DAILY CALLER)If one well-known Pakistani politician gets his way, international law will forbid “anti-Islam” material from the Internet.
Friday afternoon, Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik wrote in a series of tweets that he has spoken with and written to the Secretary General of Interpol about enacting an international law to stop all anti-Islam propaganda online.
He followed it up with a response to fellow tweeter Kanwal Zahra Zaidi (@KanwalZaidi), noting that the “Anti Islam element must stop hurting Muslims.”
a tweet reiterating his initial contention, that propagating anti-Islam material is a “crime” and that it must be stopped.