"World leaders need to find ways to ensure freedom of expression doesn't equate to violence." In other words, world leaders need to capitulate to Muslim violence, and criminalize criticism of Islam, so that Muslims no longer have an impetus to riot and kill. If this means ending all counterterror efforts and rendering their nations mute and hence defenseless in the face of the advancing jihad, so be it.
If Navi Pillay had any shred of moral sense left, she would be calling upon Muslim leaders to teach their people that rioting and killing are not acceptable responses when something makes them angry. But instead, she says this, which only reinforces the idea that rioting and murder work, and when the kuffar say something Muslims don't like, all the Muslims have to do is kill a few people and burn a few buildings, and the kuffar will shut up of their own accord.
"Pillay: Hatred, free speech don't mix," from UPI, October 24 (thanks to Block Ness):
UNITED NATIONS, Oct. 24 (UPI) -- A top human rights official said from U.N. headquarters that world leaders need to find ways to ensure freedom of expression doesn't equate to violence.
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay said there are signs of growing tensions between freedom of expression and religion.
"I have publicly regretted or condemned various displays of religious hatred or bigotry and have also consistently urged religious and political leaders to condemn the violence, including the loss of life that has taken place in reaction to such incidents in various parts of the world," she said.