Thursday, November 29, 2007

`Teddy Bear' Teacher Found Guilty of Blasphemy in Sudan


Well, the official sharia verdict has come in on Gillian Gibbons, the British teacher who was tried for `blasphemy' when her class of 7-year-olds voted to name a teddy bear `Muhammed' during a lesson on animal habitats.

And the verdict was guilty, of course. In the Sudan, the courts claim that they provide a speedy and fair trial, and apparently half of that is correct.

As I predicted, she's not going to receive the legally mandated punishment of forty lashes. The court reduced the sentence to to 15 days jail and deportation. Obviously the publicity surrounding this trial and perhaps a little baksheesh in the right hands courtesy of the British government had a bearing on this leniency.

I'll repeat once more time...I glad Ms. Gibbons isn't being whipped, but she should have thought twice about accepting a teaching position in a place like the Sudan.

Little incidents like this should awaken the British and others on what's being imported to their countries under the guise of `multiculturalism'.

2 comments:

John, The Difference Magazine said...

I reckon forty lashes would have been a better punishment, if she'd had the choice - a few blooded photos would have helped wake people up to what Shari'a is about far more effectively.

Freedom Fighter said...

I hear what you're saying, John, but I predicted yesterday that she wouldn't get the forty lashes..the idea is to mulct a ransom or other concessions out of the British government, just as happened with Alan Johnston in Gaza, and several other UK kidnap victims or sharia `criminals'.

All Best,
FF