Human Rights

Our organization is defining “human rights” according to the definition set forth in the United Nations document, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

To summarize, we define Human Rights as the right to live in dignity, with freedom of conscience and equality before the law for all people, regardless of their gender, race, color or creed. Radical Islam is a worldwide threat against these human rights.

The principles of “human rights” have also been set forth in the United States’ Declaration of Independence. “We hold these truths to be self evidence, that all men are created equal.” [Ref]

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was a model of human rights legislation when it was drafted. Since then, the United Nations has devolved into a vehicle that gives voice to the worst human rights violators around the globe. This transformation has been made possible through the fact that the United Nations apparently has dropped criteria for membership, and the majority of member nations in the United Nations are undemocratic. The Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) represents the largest voting bloc within the United Nations, and has an alternative anti-human rights charter, which declares Islamic law Supreme. [Ref]

Human Rights Coalition Against Radical Islam (HRCARI)