So the Teddy Bear Teacher got 15 days in jail and deportation for allowing the kids in her class to name a teddy bear “Muhammad”? This, of course, just another instance of the insecurity of this phony religion, and the governments that support it.

So in honor of this event, and of Islam and the government of Sudan, I’m going to do the following, and invite all readers of The No Kool-Aid Zone to do the same:

I’m naming every roll of toilet paper in the house “Muhammad”.

When it’s time to take SweePea “potty”, I’m going to say, “c’mon, SweePea, let’s go Muhammad!”

I’m going to tell Crazy Teenager, when the can gets full, to “take out the Muhammad, son.”

Any other suggestions?

4 responses »

  1. Jane says:

    Mohammad’s throne. I’m busy “contributing to Mohammad’ cause.” His religion just keeps going and going and going.

  2. Byron says:

    That’s the spirit!

  3. Graham says:

    There is a lot more going on with this.

    The Sudanese Government has come under a fair bit of criticism from Osama Bin Laden for allowing there to be an international peace keeping force in Darfur, which Bin Laden describes as an “occupation” which only an “infidel apostate” agrees to. Hence, President Omar Al-Bashir is looking for a reason not to give Bin Laden an excuse for taking any action against his Government.

    It also gives Al-Bashir the chance to portray himself as a defender of Islam against the West, and any international criticism of his Goverment’s actions in Darfur can be dismissed as anti-Islamic.

    One Sudanese pro-Government newspaper has called for Hassan Al-Turabi to be called as a key witness against Gillian Gibbons. Al-Turabi is the man who invited Bin Laden to Sudan (don’t forget that Bin Laden lived in Sudan from 1991 to 1996).

    Note that the school Mrs Gibbons teaches at is British-run, and the Sudan was a colony from 1899 to 1965, and her school is seen as a “colonialist” one.

    The Western Islamic response is interesting:
    * the London-based Muslim Institute says that the Sudanese imans behind the ruling are ignorant, and has openly offered them “remedial” courses in Islam, as they have made Islam a “laughing stock.”
    * the Muslim Council of Britain considers the ruling to “defy common sense” and the naming of the bear is at worst a “miscalculation” rather than an intention to cause offence.
    * the Islamic Foundation points out that it has no problems with a teddy bear being named Muhammed.
    * the Conservatives’ Lady Warsi, Shadow Minister for Community Cohesion, is going to Sudan with the intention of persuading Al-Bashir to have Mrs Gibbons released.

  4. Byron says:

    Nice to get the British perspective; an informative one, thanks!

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