Previously, Sisyphus introduced us to this incredible story that starkly exposes the horrendous religious intolerance that is the hallmark of the “religion of pieces.” In short: a teacher in Sudan was charged with inciting religious hatred, or other such nonsense, for allowing her students to name a cute little Teddy Bear “Muhammad.”
The reason for this is that these backwards dirt monkeys take offense at the name of their false prophet being applied to an animal. Um, Earth to primitive savages: it’s not an animal, it’s a doll, a toy, a stuffed animal, a darn teddy bear. And maybe shouldn’t you be letting your heretical god do the judging? Hmmm?
Well the poor young woman was facing 40 lashes and six months in jail. That’s outrageous and silly, of course. In civilized nations, the only man who may gently discipline a woman through reasonable physical correction is her husband. But these bloodthirsty heathens think the state, what little there is of one, and their Sherry law should be able to beat women at will to satisfy their rampant bloodlust. This is clearly the kind of thing that happens when people are fooled and compelled into following a false and unholy “religion.”
Anyway, this important story and international conflict has continued to evolve. Since Sisyphus’ original eye opening post, a sentence has been handed down. Hold onto your hats.
British teacher Gillian Gibbons has been convicted of inciting religious hatred for letting her pupils name a teddy bear Muhammad and sentenced to 15 days in prison and deportation from Sudan, one of her defense lawyers said Thursday.
15 days in jail and deportation from that miserable hell hole over a TEDDY BEAR. Why not just skip directly to giving this brave young lady her freedom? But at least it would appear that G-d has intervened thanks in great part to our sympathetic prayers. Our G-d is indeed an awesome G-d.
The bottom line that this whole sorry episode has made clear is that irreligious intolerance must be stamped out. It’s time we redouble our efforts to spread the Gospel and supplant false religions where ever they are found, from Islam to Scientology, from atheism to Satanism, from Wiccanism to Mormonism. And there is much work to be done. Let’s get to it. This world needs to be purified and given over to Christianity, the only true faith.
See also: Newshound Michelle Malkin, as always, has more.
Brainstorm: Perhaps B4B should look for a teddy bear manufacturer that can make a Jesus bear. I’m sure our readers and other good Christians would just love to have a teddy bear named Jesus. What a perfect Christmas gift that would make. And it would also help stamp out religious intolerance while spreading the Word of G-d. Great idea, no?
Update: Just one minute, the bloodthirsty Islamos scream, we’re the religion of peace! Let’s live up to our name!
Thousands of Islamic fanatics wielding clubs and knives are marching through the streets of Khartoum demanding the execution of teddy bear teacher Gillian Gibbons.
As the mother-of-two started a 15-day prison term, protestors left mosques across the Sudanese capital to denounce the “lenient verdict” and call for the death penalty.
Lady teacher, it’s obviously kinda stupid to try to anything to help these fanatics, isn’t it? Once you get home, it’s time to start the carpet bombing. Death penalty…for naming…a teddy bear. Un-freaking-believable. Words do not adequately describe how sick and perverse these savages really are.
Update 2: Here we go again. A British author of children’s stories has changed one of his characters from “Mohammed the Mole” to “Morgan the Mole.” Welcome to dhimmitude. Next thing you know women will be donning burkhas in the west so as not to offend these bloodthirsty fanatics. The religion of pieces wins again. If we can’t stand up for our freedom, we might as well just pack it in.
Update 3: Teddy Bear’s Picnic. Our prayers have been answered. The President of Sudan was moved by G-d to pardon the teacher. But has she been so scarred by the experience that she will convert to Islam?
“I have a great respect for the Islamic religion and would not knowingly offend anyone,” Gibbons said in the statement. “I am looking forward to seeing my family and friends, but I am very sorry that I will be unable to return to Sudan.”
Be strong, Christian heart.