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This has led to one great irony getting lost, especially on Muslims: If such laws would ban movies and cartoons that defame Islam, they would also, by logical extension, have to ban the Koran - the only religious text in the world that defames other religions.
If Muslims would consider that a great defamation against Islam - and they would - then by the same standard it must be admitted that the Koran defames Christians and Christianity.
Chairman PTI Imran Khan further said that it is time that Muslim Ummah takes joint action to ensure that acts designed to defame Islam and its message of peace are not allowed to go unpunished.
This publication defames the Mahatma and there is rising anger not only in Gujarat but in the entire country," Modi said.
Jane defames the Caesar: ``It's heavy, it's creamy and (incredulous pregnant pause) ``croutons?
SAUDI Arabia have cut all ties with the Taliban regime, claiming it defames Islam by supporting terrorism.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: A National Alliance MP said that "al-Iraqiyah's MPs are looking for everything that defames the work of the Iraqi government.
Even if John Doe cites privacy issues in his or her defense, the law does not protect the writer if the message defames the victim, Mansfield said.