First they assign "sanctity" to counterfeit scriptures such as the koran, then they claim that violating such a scripture violates all religions, opening the way for punishment of those who "violate" (much like the OIC has been pushing for):
Conference on religions sparks split before it starts
Dalai Lama joins controversial Muslim scholar at McGill-organized event
By KAREN SEIDMAN, The Gazette September 6, 2011
The Second Global Conference on World's Religions After Sept. 11 is being organized by McGill University and the Université de Montréal and organizer Arvind Sharma, a professor of comparative religion at McGill, says the goal is to debate how religions can contribute to peace in the world.
He is also hoping to have the participants adopt three resolutions, including one that says violating the sanctity of the scripture of any religion amounts to violating the sanctity of all religions.
To Tarek Fatah, founder of the Canadian Muslim Congress, this is just a way of saying religions are above reproach and tacitly endorsing Sharia, or Islamic law, and he is furious the Dalai Lama would be asked to support that.
[...]Full article on spiritual fornication and unequal yoking at "Montreal Gazette"