Gillian Gibbons Faces 40 lashes From Sudan Government for Naming a Teddy Bear Muhammad


Can we please disregard with the notion that the Muslim religion is one of peace Gillian Gibbonsonce and for all. In what can only be deemed the WTF event of 2007, 54 year old Gillian Gibbons, a British teacher in the Sudan, is facing 40 lashes for allowing her school children to name a Teddy bear, Muhammad. This is some how an insult to the profit Muhammad. 

Gillian Gibbons is charged with insulting religion and inciting hatred after allowing her class to name a Teddy bear Muhammad. Having children name a Teddy bear Muhammad is some how deemed insulting Muhammad? Are you people out of your minds? Of course we also get from the Muslim world the case where a woman victim who was gang raped is awarded 200 lashes and 6 months in prison. Yes, she was the victim.

To her utter misfortune, the woman was gang-raped during the ill-fated trip to meet her fiancé. Yet, instead of receiving redress for the atrocity, she was awarded the brutal and humiliating punishment of 200 lashes along with a six month prison sentence.

And then we get back to the Teddy bear atrocity.

Gillian Gibbons faces 40 lashes – and the British Government has shown its anger by summoning the Sudanese ambassador in London as a “matter of urgency”.

Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s spokesman said: “We are surprised and disappointed by this development.”


Imagine naming this cuddly bear Muhammad being a crime against a religion? Its not like there is a bomb strapped around its waste or its holding a gun.

Ms Gibbons has been charged under Article 125 of the criminal code, the Foreign Office confirmed.

The case will go before a court in Sudan tomorrow and the 54-year-old from Liverpool is expected to appear.

If convicted, Ms Gibbons faces 40 lashes, six months in prison, or a fine.

What can’t be named Muhammad?

“If someone clearly intends to insult and cause offense with a toy in the form of a pig, for example, and someone knowingly and intentionally names it Muhammad, we know exactly where they’re going with it – the idea is to cause offense. If it’s just a miscalculation, we don’t need to go overboard.”

Dilwar Hussain, of the Islamic Foundation, has no problem with a teddy bear called Muhammad. For some years, the Islamic Society sold a soft toy made for British Muslim children named Adam the Prayer Bear. “Adam is also the name of a Prophet.”

British Muslims should protest Teddy lunacy

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  • Comments

    16 Responses to “Gillian Gibbons Faces 40 lashes From Sudan Government for Naming a Teddy Bear Muhammad”

    1. Miklo on November 29th, 2007 12:27 pm

      There are no comments because


      The Sudanese are only teaching their children that Islam is evil. Islam is sanctioning the torture their beloved teacher!

      Of course, their govt is hoping this will shut down “Unity School” where Ms. Gibbons taught.

    2. nurturer on November 29th, 2007 1:22 pm

      These ‘people’ don’t get anymore backward.

      And something tells me that they want company.

    3. richard on November 29th, 2007 3:34 pm

      You can bet that the presidential aspirants will dodge any question about this issue … it doesn’t fit in with their America-bashing.

      Seems to me we’re still getting more people flooding here than are leaving.

      Meanwhile, I read the usual drivel today in some newspaper commentator’s pabulum … that if the latest Mideast peace conference doesn’t work right away, people will blame … you guessed it … the United States. As if we ran the world.

    4. nurturer on November 29th, 2007 3:47 pm

      Just read that the lady got fifteen days in jail and deported. Bummer. Deported from a shithole.

      That’s right. I would not complain about being an unwelcome guest in Sudan. I’d consider it a blessing. My brother used to perform de-mining operations in the Sudan for a private company. From what he said, they need our help in every way. That’s right – CHRISTIAN help.

    5. richard on November 29th, 2007 4:13 pm

      Perhaps the most severe threats were aimed at showing their own fanatics that the Sudan government is on the “right” (i.e., their) side, even though it never intended to carry out the penalty? I don’t know.

      In any case, that’s not the issue.

    6. nurturer on November 29th, 2007 4:36 pm

      I think intimidation was the issue. As I mentioned, they can keep it.

    7. Pat in Alabama on November 29th, 2007 7:43 pm

      If you want an eye opener, read “AntiChrist: Islam’s Awaited Messiah” by Joel Richardson. It is available for about $12 on Amazon. The author does and amazing job of laying Islamic prophesies about Islam’s awaited messiah alongside Biblical prophesies about the AntiChrist. They match up pretty good.

      Even if you don’t beleive the Bible or what it says about the AntiChrist, the book does a good job of revealing the goals of Islam (world domination) and their methods to acheive the goals. Finally the quotes the Quran and other Islamic writings to dispel the myth being promoted that there are peaceful Muslims and extreme Muslims. The Quran states the goals, and if they beleive, then they have to be on board.

    8. Guest on November 29th, 2007 11:35 pm

      The Teddy Bear was too cute to be named that P.O.S. backward country name if ya ask me!

      Can we make sure those a-holes who are doling out those lashes never come to America? Thanks in advance!

    9. Guest on November 29th, 2007 11:43 pm

      Ya know, they come into the USA like rats – piling up to 10 families in a single family income home. No joke – this is true.

      Rats I tell ya! Get one of ‘em into a manager position in a nice fortune 10 firm, and there ya go – they hire their friends and friends – no experience but they’ll get ‘on the job training’ at decent pay.

      As for me and my family, we’re movin’ the hell outta NJ – goin’ to find a “non-Mohammadian” city in which to live. Gettin’ sick of payin’ high taxes to enable these rats to infiltrate my town, my schools. Heck, my son can’t even get a normal hot lunch meal w/out it being vegetarian! He’s one of 5 Americans in the grammer school of all Mohammadians! YIKEs!!!


    10. A Critic on November 30th, 2007 9:13 am

      Of course this is too awful to imagine, but please don’t pretend that christianity is so wonderful. Many crimes have been and are still being performed by people in the name of jesus and christianity!

      And no, I’m not muslim. I’m an atheist :-)

    11. nurturer on November 30th, 2007 10:34 am

      We haven’t seen the last of this, nor will we for some time. I don’t believe the islam propoganda that our own politians spit at us at the behest of their cherished immigrant muslim electorate.

      ‘We are a peaceful religion’.


      200 lashes for a gang rape victim?

      Calls for the execution of a SCHOOL TEACHER?

      Calls for the killing of a cartoonist?

      Hanging a 16 year old girl in public (or anywhere)?

      We’ll know we’re in trouble, deep trouble, when one of their 3rd. generation runts becomes an influential politian. A mayor. A governor. Politically correct sheep will tout that moment as ‘progress’ and pat themselves on the back in self-congradulatory style over the virtues of our ‘open society’. Afterwhich, you will see an anti-christian attitude like you’ve never seen before. Christmas banned from ALL schools, before it is banned completely. The word ‘Christmas’ banned from public use. The closure and/or burning of christian churches, etc, etc. And it will happen here.

      Don’t believe? Case in point: The singing of Christmas caroles is against the law in Briton. Many people do not know that. Anything to appease the muslims. Politians have given muslims their ‘entitled’ sense of inclusion, when in reality, they aren’t entitled to shit.

      All you have to do is look at Europe. They don’t call London, England “LONDONISTAN” for nothing. The conduct of Europe’s muslim populations are the model from which to observe how these “people” will infiltrate, outwit, CONSUME, and finally OVERCOME.

    12. Para2legal on November 30th, 2007 11:13 am

      With that line of thinking, why haven’t the parents who named their kids “Muhammad” been exterminated….as well as the kids?

    13. dallasalley on November 30th, 2007 12:11 pm

      Execution????? Who named the teddy bear?

    14. Raymond on November 30th, 2007 3:13 pm

      Based on the below quote, Islam must not be much of a religion if a teddy bears name can be so damaging. A teddy bear named Jesus might seem a little strange but certainly not warrant flogging or executing the namer.


      Sudan protesters seek Briton’s execution – Africa –
      Hardline clerics who hold considerable influence with Sudan’s Islamic government, have sought to whip up public anger over the Gibbons’ case, calling her actions part of a Western plot to damage Islam.

    15. A Critic on November 30th, 2007 5:34 pm


      I have no idea where you get this BS from but you urgently need to update your knowledge of British law!

      Oh, it’s BriTAIN by the way! A BriTON is someone who is from BritAIN…Must be confusting for an America(n) ;-)

    16. Yasmin on July 12th, 2008 10:53 am

      by the way the person who wrote this article spelt prophet wrong.
      profit: extra money you get
      prophet:messenger of God

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