Mohammed Teddy Bear: Get One Today!

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Ok, they don’t exist yet, but by the end of the day they will. Count on it.

Sudanese student Yassin Mohamed Al Mubark a suffi student from Fitaihab, near Khartoum, brandishes his sword during the protest in Khartoum, Sudan, after Friday prayers Nov.30, 2007, calling for the execution of a British teacher after she was convicted of insulting Islam for letting her students name a teddy bear Muhammad. (Ap Photos/Abd Raouf)

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11 thoughts on “Mohammed Teddy Bear: Get One Today!

  1. Well, okay then. I say we do this. They want it. They demand it. Let’s make it a world-wide capital crime to name ANYTHING mohammed, muhammed, mahmet, mahamet, or any other derivation thereof.

    Since knowledge of the law isn’t necessary, apparently, because I refuse to believe this teacher realized she was enabling her students to commit such a heinous offense, make it retroactive. Behead anyone who ever named anything mohammed.

  2. why is this news? Why is this even being shared? Oh, we hate Islam. We want to kill them all as conservatives, I forgot. Puuleaze. You mean, send more people into battle that you dont know to fight for you, that is.

  3. Once, again, we see the face of “moderate” islam exemplified by a mighty…..silence. The murderous fools remain unchallenged by cair, the imams, and all the other PHONY defenders of the “religion of peace.” cnskate doesn’t believe the continued genocide of Christians in Sudan is news. cnskate is moonbatese for moron.

  4. cnskate, you still don’t get it. We don’t hate Islam. In fact ‘we’ have been bending over backwards to appease them, or at least, the left has along with some RINO’s.

    Thet hate us and anything that doesn’t adhere to their radical views, especially other Muslims.

    Demanding death for naming a stuffed teddy bear Mohammed? Jail time and deportation?

    Good thing she wasn’t raped, she would really be in trouble.

  5. Last I heard, she has been pardoned and has left Sudan.

    I wonder if she has learned anything from this incident that will wake her and others up to a dangerous sect?

  6. Lew Waters said…
    Last I heard, she has been pardoned and has left Sudan.
    I wonder if she has learned anything from this incident that will wake her and others up to a dangerous sect?

    Six months, tops, before they find her dead. She might have been safer in Sudan/

  7. bear,
    This face of “moderate” islam did show support for the teacher, and it was this face which played a role in her pardon and release.

    Lew,
    Why do you use the term “we” and then make it clear that you are not part of the group you refer to as “we”.

    I apologize for the comment I made, which I deleted, which made way too much of a joke of the incident, which I should have taken more seriously.

    I am wondering how the child feels? The child who named the teddy bear was doing a very innocent act, and to have it result in their teacher’s jailing must have had some impact on them.

  8. Coboble, the ‘we’ was so signified to express that it is the collective American Public, led by the pacifist left, IMNSHO, that has been appeasing every step of the way. Of course I am not part of that.

    As of any other comment on Islam (even thought it wasn’t me who wrote it), I almost always make a distinction between radical Jihadists and Muslims in general.

    Personally, with Muslims comprising one fifth of hte wolrd’s population, we would be in a major hurt if all of them were part of the radical Jihadist group.

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