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)

There were also some Brits who believe the teacher deserved to be punished.

Thousands of Sudanese, many carrying knives and sticks, protest in Khartoum, Sudan, after prayers Friday Nov. 30, 2007. (AP)

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.

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