If you haven’t heard about this, you should have. A British teacher working in Sudan (why on Earth, I don’t know) has been imprisoned for allowing her students to name a teddy bear “Mohammed.” That’s right, she’s in jail for naming a stuffed bear Mohammed. But that’s not enough for our bloodthirsty “friends” the Muslims. No, lots and lots of them (apparently) want her dead for “insulting the prophet.”
I’ve had it with Muslims and their demands. I have had it with the PC phrase “Islam is a religion of peace.” It’s not. It’s a stone age death cult with its adherents doing everything they can to bring everyone in the world under its domination.
Here are some choice quotes from the article: (emphasis mine)
Thousands of Sudanese, many armed with clubs and knives, rallied Friday in a central square and demanded the execution of a British teacher convicted of insulting Islam for allowing her students to name a teddy bear “Muhammad.”
The protesters streamed out of mosques after Friday sermons, as pickup trucks with loudspeakers blared messages against Gibbons, who was sentenced Thursday to 15 days in prison and deportation. She avoided the more serious punishment of 40 lashes.
They called for Gibbons’ execution, saying, “No tolerance: Execution,” and “Kill her, kill her by firing squad.”
I suppose, in fairness, I should say that it’s nice that they were willing to go with a firing squad instead of sawing her head off. That’s a nice touch.
Many protesters carried clubs, knives and axes…
A Muslim cleric at Khartoum’s main Martyrs Mosque denounced Gibbons during one sermon, saying she intentionally insulted Islam. He did not call for protests, however.
“Imprisoning this lady does not satisfy the thirst of Muslims in Sudan. But we welcome imprisonment and expulsion,” the cleric, Abdul-Jalil Nazeer al-Karouri, a well-known hard-liner, told worshippers.
Yep, that “thirst” for blood is a hard one to quench.
Based on further bits in the story, it does appear that the further away from that backwards area of the world you get, the response of Muslims is a bit more fair. But many of them still believe that she should be punished for “insulting the prophet;” they just feel that her sentence was too harsh. They still think she should still be punished for it.