After Friday Prayers, Sudanese Mob Demands Teacher's Execution
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Angry Sudanese protesters burn a newspaper carrying a photo of British teacher Gillian Gibbons, during a protest in Khartoum, Sudan, after Friday prayers, Friday Nov. 30, 2007, The protestors called for the execution of Gibbons, who was convicted of insulting Islam for letting her students name a teddy bear Muhammad. (AP Photos/Abd Raouf)
The BBC has video of the protest in Khartoum HERE.
The protesters say the teacher has insulted the prophet Mohammad on purpose. They shouted, “No tolerance – execution!”
Nice. This reaction explains that genocide we’ve been hearing about.
The Sudanese protesters were a bit miffed that the British teacher named her Teddy “Mohammad.”
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)
Michelle Malkin has more including a letter from a former Sudanese slave.
UPDATE: The National Center for Public Policy Research… Where is the Feminist Outrage Over Jailing of British Woman in Sudan?
UPDATE 2: Judith Klinghoffer at History News Network reports that the American Islamic Congress slammed the Sudanese for jailing the Brit.