Update: Via commenter rbb:
Here’s the Sudanese embassy info for Washington DC:
2210 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008
Wouldn’t it be great for people to start leaving teddy bears at the gate?
Photoshop credit: Rusty@JawaReport
The British schoolteacher who allowed her pupils to name a teddy bear Mohammed has been charged in Sudan with insulting religion and inciting hatred, state media has reported.
“Khartoum north prosecution unit has completed its investigation and has charged the Briton Gillian (Gibbons) under Article 125 of the criminal code,” SUNA said quoting a senior Justice Ministry official. It added the file would go before court on Thursday.
Last night, hopes were raised that the teacher would not face harsh penalties, after an embassy official said the “minute” matter would be resolved very quickly.
Dr Khalid al Mubarak, a spokesman for the Sudanese embassy in London, said the police had no choice but to follow procedure following a complaint from a parent, but added that the “minute” issue would be resolved amicably.
“Minute?” Ms. Gibbons faces up to six months in jail, 40 lashes, and a fine. For letting her students name their stuffed animals “Mohammed.”
Here’s how the AP headlined this flabbergasting story: “Briton Charged in Religious Hatred Case.”
Meanwhile, the hate-filled jihadists aren’t satisfied:
The grim news for Gillian Gibbons, 54, came as Islamic militants called for demonstrations after Friday prayers in a bid for tough action.
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