Islam: Worlds Most Offensive Joke (Video)

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Free Speech Once Again

Enough is enough when it comes to censorship. I have had enough of people being offended by the justified exercise of freedom of speech. Islamists have threatened me to remove content, they have launched attempted attacks to discredit myself, they have notified image shack, cafepress and wordpress of what they claim to be violations.

If it is so mortally offensive for my site to reproduce verses from authorised Quran’s take it up with Muhammad and Allah. If you find quotes from the Hadith worthy of threatening my life, take it up with the respective Hadith writers.

In light of these events I will exercise my freedom to criticise Muhammad, the ‘god’ of the Quran and Islam. I will exercise my freedom to critique gender inequality and the general apartheid promoted in the Quran and promoted in Islamic countries today.

This speech is not intolerant, it is not racially prejudice, it is not hate speech and it is not defamatory. It is the truth and whether or not it is inconvenient to your nice little sugar coated view of your religion I will not censor it.

While I’m at it…Let us watch Muhammad sing:

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‘Blasting Bush OK, but don’t criticize terrorists’ – College Bans Criticising Terrorism

A college in Michigan has decided to allow harsh criticisms of President Bush to be posted on university property, but has banned criticism of violent terrorists and abortion, according to an educational rights group that is challenging the school’s practice.

The issue involves Lake Superior State University in Sault St. Marie, which has ordered Professor Richard Crandall, a nearly 40-year veteran of teaching, to remove the expressions of opinion from his office door and practice his academic freedom with “responsibility.”

“LSSU is displaying serious disrespect for faculty rights by demanding that Professor Crandall remove materials about public concerns from his office door,” said Greg Lukianoff, president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. “The political double standard in this case is striking.”

Crandall has been teaching at LSSU since 1969, and has adorned his office door – as have other professors – with various political cartoons and postings. His, however, were all of a conservative leaning, FIRE noted.


A cartoon showing comparing the number of abortion deaths in the U.S. to the population of the blacked-out states

His postings have included a photograph of President Ronald Reagan, a cartoon mocking Vice President Cheney’s hunting accident in 2006, cartoons addressing Islamic terrorism and abortion, among others.

But the university said it had received a complaint about the postings, and while keeping details about the concern secret, on March 12, 2007, ordered Crandall to take down the display, threatening him with “insubordination” if he failed to comply with the censorship.

Crandall acquiesced to the restrictions imposed by Provost Bruce Harger, but then turned to FIRE for help in restoring his right of free expression.

FIRE wrote to Betty Youngblood, who was president of LSSU at the time, suggesting that such actions constituted viewpoint discrimination since other professors were allowed their cartoons.

“An outside law firm responded to FIRE on behalf of the university, insisting that LSSU has not infringed on Crandall’s First Amendment rights and absurdly declaring that Crandall’s displays would somehow threaten the civil rights of LSSU community members,” FIRE said.


A listing of the conservative’s point of view on the U.S. military

“LSSU’s embarrassingly poor grasp of the law and its obvious viewpoint discrimination against Professor Crandall are clear indicators that, like too many of America’s universities, LSSU is ready to abandon fundamental rights in the name of making some students or faculty feel ‘comfortable.’ Yet the right to free expression exists to allow people to challenge the beliefs of others – even if this leads to discomfort,” said Robert Shibley, vice president for FIRE.

“It’s time for LSSU to acknowledge the Professor Crandall has the same right to express himself as any other LSSU professor,” he said.

WND attempts to reach LSSU officials for a comment were unsuccessful.


A cartoon noting the violence of radical Islamists

The school had warned the professor: “The materials that you posted were inappropriate and you are not to post these materials or any similar materials on university property, including both the door and the wall surrounding the door… Removal of materials followed by replacement with new materials at a later date constitutes insubordination.”

But FIRE noted such actions are common, “including at LSSU.”

“Other professors on Crandall’s floor have posted materials such as a Far Side cartoon, a bumper sticker reading ‘Honor Veterans; No More War,’ and a twelve-point list outlining how President Bush’s election was a result of corruption, among many other expressions of personal beliefs. As those professors have been granted the right to post materials as they see fit – most of which are not germane to the subjects those professors teach – so should Crandall, a political conservative, be allowed to post items reflecting his ideological viewpoints,” FIRE said.


Another professor’s posting that criticizes President Bush and Vice President Cheney

“The speech in question here – a form of political commentary comprising the very heart of the expression the First Amendment exists to protect-simply does not meet the exacting demands of this precise and well-established legal standard,” FIRE said.

FIRE is an educational foundation that works on behalf of individual rights, due process rights, freedom of expression and rights of conscience on America’s campuses.

Blogger Arrested for Promoting Truth (UK)

BY JESSICA CUNNIFFE

A blogger from Dunstable has been arrested and released on bail for allegedly stirring up racial hatred.
Paul Ray, who uses the pseudonym Lionheart on his provocative online diary, was arrested two weeks ago after returning from South Carolina, America where he was seeking political asylum.

He had already been warned via email on January 3 by Bedfordshire Police that he would be arrested if he returned.

Last month he attended Greyfriars police station in Bedford, was arrested then bailed and told to return in May to either be released or charged.

His blog includes his opinions on the heroin trade, Islamic fundamentalism and alleged police corruption.

Mr Ray, who used to have a flat in Great Northern Road and a computer shop on Albion Street, claims he has received death threats.

He told Luton/Dunstable on Sunday: “I felt it was right to come back. I handed myself in at a Bedford police station.

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“I was arrested on suspicion of stirring up racial hatred. They questioned me on parts of my blog. Compared to what’s happening out there I haven’t done that much.

“I’m a Christian – that’s my defence.

“My belief it that it’s my rights and responsibility to say what some people may not like, which may hurt feelings.

“My blog is a response to what is happening. I have not called for violence.

“You have got some Muslims calling for followers to overpower the state, opening recruiting for a global jihad and raising funds for this.

“I’ve written a few words on a blog.” A spokeswoman for Bedfordshire Police said: “I can confirm that someone has been arrested on suspicion of inciting racial hatred and has been released on police bail to return in May.

“He hasn’t been charged but if he chooses to identify himself then that’s his concern.”

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Pakistani Motoon poll: 62% say “Kill the Cartoonist and the Editors who published it”

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Worth killing for?

From the Jama’t-ud-Da’wah site in Pakistan comes this poll (thanks to Miss Kelly). There are only 197 respondents as of this writing, but the Tiny Minority of Extremists™ are way out in front:

What should be the response of Muslim Ummah to the blasphemous caricatures published in Denmark?1 Boycott Danish products and Services 23 11.68%

2 Expel Danish ambassadors from Muslim countries 10 5.08%

3 Kill the Cartoonist and the Editors who published it 123 62.44%

4 Ignore this nonsense and keep preaching Islam with peace 41 20.81%

But the Vast Majority of Muslims Who Abhor Violence and Terrorism can still make themselves heard. Come on, guys!

http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/020589.php

London Demonstrations (Old yet still chilling)

Man Beats (then shoots) Daughter to Death for Chatting on Facebook

A woman was beaten up and shot dead by her father for talking online with a man she met on the website Facebook.

It said the man shot his daughter after discovering she had been chatting online to a young man she had met on Facebook. Continue reading