She Should Have Been A Detective

Louise starts to clue in:

[Reuters] United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour voiced concern on Wednesday over “taboos” on discussion in a key U.N. forum of subjects that Islamic countries see as offending their religion.

Her comments followed a row at the forum, the 47-nation Human Rights Council, after Islamic countries intervened this week to stop mention of their system of sharia, or Islamic law, and the body’s Romanian president appeared to back their stance.

“It is very concerning in a Council which should be… the guardian of freedom of expression, to see constraints or taboos, or subjects that become taboo for discussion,” the former Canadian High Court judge told a news conference.

The rest.

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