What do people think about the “teddy bear” incident in sudan? Does this say something about islamic countries
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What do people think about the “teddy bear” incident in sudan? Does this say something about islamic countries

Question by westillsellbunny: What do people think about the “teddy bear” incident in sudan? Does this say something about islamic countries
Does this say something about the so-called islamic laws that some countries run under?

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Answer by wudbiser
they suck

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9 Responses to “What do people think about the “teddy bear” incident in sudan? Does this say something about islamic countries”

  • Millie:

    That must be a lie because they are only about “peace and love”……….LOL

  • jmdussich1:

    It shows how unaccommodating they are for one, and also they show how absolutely ANYTHING can be construed as “against Islam”.
    We have had and continue to have the same type of “fundamentalist” wackos in all religions (ex: Reverend Phelps, Waco, etc).
    The only way to fight this is for fellow Muslims to stand up and end this perversion of their faith, just like when Christians stood up and ended the Inquisition, the Crusades, etc.
    This is the only way.
    To think for 1 second that these “Islamofascists” will “calm down” or can be appeased is downright idiotic, the more the “tolerant” give, the more “they” will take until we are all under Sharia.

  • The Camel:

    They like accepting aid, don’t they?

    You can’t have it both ways. If you want help, you have to earn it. It’s not about Islam or anything like that – there are tons of 3rd world countries, both religious and not, who love to stuff their pockets and then wheel out the “but it’s our culture!!” defense whenever they want to do something that the rest of us disapprove of.

    If you want to sit at the big table, then you have to act in an acceptable manner. Threatening to beat a foreigner who went to your country to HELP, because of something like that – it just isn’t acceptable in modern international society. If you don’t like it, then you can stay in your mud huts and stop acting like anyone else should care.

  • Dan Bueno:

    The name Mohammad is not only their prophet, it is THE most common name in the World. In English, the translation is “John” which also is pretty common, heh?

    Maybe the kids should have named the Teddy Bear “Jesus” and they would have been happy.

    It’s pretty ridiculous that they make such a big deal over something like a this, especially when a teacher is going to their country to teach their children because they won’t let their women go to school to be teachers themselves.

    I got 3 words for them,…… “Get a Life!”

  • yahooyahooyahoo:

    I obviously dont agree with them but the lady should abide by the rules of the country she is in.

  • nick c:

    Dan: The Arabic translation of Jesus is Aisa, and the Arabic translation for my name is f**k. I like my name.

  • nellie:

    This is a difficult one really. The poor woman acted in all innocence, although it could be construed as ignorance. I have no idea how much useful information she would have been given about the sensitivity of her environment / colleagues, but it seems likely that it wasn’t enough! Isn’t this just the Islamic version of our own ridiculous political correctness? It’s a global problem and it breaks my heart.

  • kwilson421:

    yes if you are in THEIR lands with THEIR laws obey and don’t make fun of their god. they can enforce whatever they want in THEIR country..unfortunately

  • miname:

    don’t doubt for a second that it is a foreshadow of what they desire for all countries in this world..sharia law

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