Friday, November 30, 2007

Teddy Bear Sparks Muslim Protests


Muslim Stupidity on Display Again

Infuriated Sudanese protesters filled the streets of Khartoum on Friday after British school teacher Gillian Gibbons was convicted of inciting religious hatred and sentenced to 15 days in jail. Gibbons was arrested after allowing her school children to name their class teddy bear "Muhammad". She was spared the expected 40 lashes.

Oh, and in case you were thinking the protesters were in support of Ms. Gillian, you should know that they were instead demanding her execution. From the FoxNews story: The protesters called for Gibbons' execution, saying, "No tolerance: Execution," and "Kill her, kill her by firing squad."

Ah, the Religion of Peace...


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6 Comments:

At 7:42 AM, Anonymous Rich Arab Guy said...

I'm an Arab Muslim from Qatar and I just wanted you to know that every time your white a** goes to gas pump we get paid...

Qatar is richer than America now! Thanks for the gas money b!tch!

 
At 9:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

enjoy your gas money a$$hole. At least our women aren't so ugly, we have to make them put towels on their heads.

By the way, I took a shit on all of my possession this morning, and named them Muhammad the fag.

You guys are just showing another display of your violent camel screwing religion.

 
At 1:44 PM, Blogger Bill Dusty said...

You think Qatar is richer than America? LMAO - What the hell are they teaching you over there? I think you need to come over here and see for yourself what you're up against, prosperity-wise. Your tiny little country doesn't even come near us.

Although at least Qatar chose the right side in the war on terror. So you're not totally stupid.

 
At 1:12 PM, Anonymous Ritchie V. said...

It is not so surprising that some fanatical Muslims are upset about the Teddy Muhammad affair, as we should be used to such people who seemingly wait for any little reason to be insulted or get upset and spread hatred.

But when one considers that; according to the sixth edition of the Columbia Encyclopedia (2000), Muhammad is "probably the most common given name" in the world, including variations. It is estimated that more than 15 million people in the world bear the name Muhammad. So when this is correct one could assume that the prophet Muhammad does not exercise an absolute exclusive right to this name?
Also, according to some other documentation (Eg. The Encyclopedia of Islam), the name Muhammad was a name which was even given before the existence of the prophet.

So what is so bad about a cuddly, comforting... children's figure bearing the name Muhammad? I see this to be positive. Not only for the child, but also another positive association to their religion. Certainly better than allowing a Muslim child to name their teddy Jesus - Isn't it?

One should also be thinking a little deeper and a little further than whose country is richer? We should all be doing well, regardless of race or religion.

This God given life, in this world, is much too short and important for such meaningless and destructive animosity toward one another.

 
At 7:59 PM, Blogger deborah wilson said...

Ritchie said it all. Life is too short to hate and spread violence because of fanatical beliefs whether those beliefs be religious or no.

This whole ordeal with the teddy bear was just ridiculous and I feel so sorry for the teacher. She and her family must have been terrified.

About natural resources - they don't last forever - and at some point in the future both the oil and the buck will stop. America, the world needs to find alternatives to oil.

In the meantime we can all conserve and avoid the gas mark-ups by doing simple things like carpooling and cutting the heat down to around 55 and burning coal or firewood for extra heat.

 
At 3:31 AM, Anonymous muslimteddybears.com said...

check out www.muslimteddybears.com. Muslims like Christians, Jews, Buddhists, and Hindus are not monolithic.

remember the more hateful things are printed about Muhammad the more distant and justified extremists feel. Likewise, the more outlandish Muslim obscurantists become in their advocacy, the more disrespectful words are printed about Muhammad. It is a vicious circle that is broken only by people who reflect.

 

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