OSCE participating States should add Sharia to current restrictions on political activities

The Center and its allies are participating in the Organization for Security & Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) Human Dimension Implementation Meeting (HDIM) 2018 in Warsaw, Poland.

The conference is supposed to be dedicated to a focus on Democracy & Human Rights within all of the 56 member states – official reps of each government plus a slew of Civil Society NGO reps.

Protests continue to grow over what is described as “migration” but may be as a recent study has suggested a hostile attempt to destabilize the OSCE region that continues to lead to violence, rape, murder, and terrorism, including for example in Chemnitz, Germany.

Unfortunately, some protest participants across the OSCE region have resorted to references back to the worst eras in world history – including to the horrifying National Socialist movement that led to World War II and the Holocaust.

But far too often, moderate citizens have been smeared as Nazis simply because they are concerned about their future in a world where politicians bill and coo with each other about how tolerant and diverse their countries are, while their citizens get, literally in the case of Chemnitz, knifed.

Secure Freedom recommends that OSCE participating States add Sharia to current restrictions on activities related to Nazism without further modification.

180919 Submitted Secure Freedom OSCE HDIM 2018 Working Session 14 Intervention on Refugees[3]