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He "urged all leaders in the affected areas to do their utmost to protect diplomatic staff in their countries and to avoid all kind of inflammatory rhetoric." In other words, Sharia blasphemy laws are coming. Christianity has been ridiculed all over Europe for decades, and it never occurred to Martin Schultz then that it was important to "avoid all kind of inflammatory rhetoric." Once again, terrorism works. "EU Parliament President denounces attempts to ridicule Islam," from KUNA, September 15 (thanks to S.B.):
BRUSSELS, Sept 15 (KUNA) - European Parliament President Martin Schulz Saturday condemned the defamation of Islam linked with the release of an anti-Islam film in the US that has caused outrage in the Muslim world.
" I strongly condemn the use of religion to incite hatred and violence. In the same manner, I strongly denounce any attempt to ridicule Islam," he said in a statemet.[sic]
Schulz also condemned attacks against US and EU diplomatic missions around the world and on NATO's Camp Bastion in Afghanistan.
"I strongly condemn this unjustified violence and those who fuel it," he said and urged all leaders in the affected areas to do their utmost to protect diplomatic staff in their countries and to avoid all kind of inflammatory rhetoric.