UNITED NATIONS — The head of a leading Islamic organization Saturday
called for a global ban on offending the character of the Prophet
Muhammad, saying that it should be equated with hate speech.
Such a ban would demonstrate how an interconnected world
respected different cultural sensitivities, said Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu,
secretary general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in an
interview with The Associated Press.
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