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She's one of the right-wing nutjobs that warns against Sharia Law, etc.
Having said that, I hope she has a great time instigating more hatred.
And I'd like to see her response if people organized a "Let's make fun of Jesus, God and the Virgin Mary" rally at the same place...
Do you think these people are just causing trouble...or truly standing up for free speech?
originally posted by: DeadSeraph
So issuing or heeding warnings about Sharia Law makes you a right wing nutjob?
Would you be ok with living under strict Sharia Law?
How would you feel about living in Saudi Arabia, where you wouldn't even be allowed to drive?
How is this inciting hatred?
originally posted by: theultimatebelgianjoke
That's a smaller prize-money than what the Iranians offers for their version of the event :
Iranian institutions to hold cartoon contest on The Holocaust
It's great to see Iran finally embracing Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Expression.
The 1953 Iranian coup d'état, known in Iran as the 28 Mordad coup, was the overthrow of the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran Mohammad Mosaddegh on 19 August 1953, orchestrated by the United Kingdom (under the name 'Operation Boot') and the United States (under the name TPAJAX Project).
‘Happy’ Dancers Arrested, Abused in Iran
Six young Iranians made a YouTube video in Tehran dancing to Pharrell Williams’s hit. For that crime they were jailed, humiliated on national TV, and the women strip-searched.
According to a source close to the group, police raided the home of artist and photographer Rayhaneh Taravati on Sunday, May 18. The officers covered the peephole so that their faces would be obscured, and Taravati opened the door. Armed police streamed inside, bashing and damaging everything in sight, videotaping all the while. Taravati’s paintings and photographs were destroyed.
They took Rayhaneh and her friends to the Vozara police station, where they were not permitted to use toilet facilities, and were transferred to solitary confinement on the second day. Police interrogated the group extensively about their video clip and comments to foreign media, including this publication. During their detention the young women were forced to strip naked and perform squats in front of female police officers.
Iranian Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Expression?
If true...then please explain this:
U.S. Park Police arrested five people on Saturday at the Jefferson Memorial. Their offense? Dancing.
The dancers were protesting an appeals court ruling handed down last week that the national monuments are places for reflection and contemplation -- and that dancing distracted from such an experience.
I looked back at all the posts and posters defending "the Christ figure in a jar of urine" threads.
I found the dichotomy interesting.