Thursday, November 29, 2007

Sudan teacher charged: BBC Have your Say

The first and foremost important question one should think that in all such convicted events why only Muslims and only Muslims are subjected to face humiliation directly or indirectly. So was the teacher so innocent that she does not aware of the nobleness and sacredness of the name "Muhammad (SAW) PBUH" across the globe with the additional consideration of the fact that she was teaching in a Muslim country. One should definitely think that no such attempt never ever have been been made by Muslims!!!. What more is required to justify the nobleness of a religion that teaches to respect all religions and beliefs. For Muslims all prophets are equally respectable and whole Muslim world is following this through out their history. So one should take into account of all these things should developed his absolute opinion and suggest such measures with the sole purpose of avoiding such convictions in future.

The Background of this responsive Blog:

British Foreign Secretary David Miliband has said that "common sense" must prevail in the case of the British teacher Gillian Gibbons in Sudan.

Ms Gibbons is appearing in court, charged with insulting religion, inciting hatred and showing contempt for religious beliefs after allowing her pupils to call a teddy bear Muhammed.

If convicted, she could face a prison sentence, a fine or 40 lashes.

Should Gillian Gibbons have been charged? Do you live in Sudan or know the school in question? Do you agree that this is an innocent misunderstanding?

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