"...a serious affront to human dignity leading to a restriction on the freedom of [religious] adherents and incitement to religious violence"Accordingly, criticising religion - especially the Muslim one - is considered to be a human rights violation. The resolution continued, which would actually be screamingly funny if it were not so outrageously untrue:
"Islam is frequently and wrongly associated with human rights violations and terrorism."Unsurprisingly, this egregious piece of arrant nonsense was proposed by Pakistan on behalf of 56-nation Organization of the Islamic Conference (amusingly their acronym is OIC, which sounds identical to the English slang word 'oik', meaning someone who is inferior due to their ignorance, and anyone who claims to 'believe' in 'God' is certainly demonstrating that trait).
Fortunately this is a non-binding resolution but it is clearly not the end of the matter for religionists in general and Muslims in particular are continually trying to stop anyone from voicing any criticism of their delusional religious beliefs and the atrocities against humanity which their adherents are continuing to carry out in the name of their respective religions.
Still, I suppose that it is heartening that Muslims are now trying to silence their critics by legal means, rather than simply murdering us in accordance with Allah's exhortations.