The defenders of Islam be they the communists of the UAF/hope not hate and their looney left supporters or full time Muslim aplogists are constantly branding anyone who speaks out against Islam as nazis or fascists at the first chance. When in reality not only is being called a nazi unjustified it is also massivily hypocritical .The majority of the time anyone who does speak out against the evils of islam is a realist who is voicing their concerns about what is seen as a danger to our futures. Which as free people we are entitled to do.Thanks to our forefathers who defeated Hitler and the Naziz during WW2 to allow us to live unoppressed and able to make our own minds up and speak freely of it.
Now on the other hand the communists/ Muslims those that are quick to accuse have far more in common with the nazi way of life under Hitler than they like to admit. The nazis ruled with an iron fist. Those who lived in Germany under had no freedom of thought or free speech. They was oppressed people just as those under the communist Soviet Union was who the so called anti racist groups are inspired by and would love to live like. The same as anyone living under political Islam in a Muslim dominated land. The brain washed Muslims are basically living like that as oppressed people they certainly arent allowed any freedoms of thought or speech just like the nazis. Yet neither are those non muslims unfortunate to live in a Muslim country.Infact its worse for them because something thats trivial to the western world like expressing your thoughts regarding Islam is in some cases punishable by death. Thankfully for the Christian teacher featured in this piece he is only looking at 5 years in prison for posting a Mohammed carton on facebook
Pakistani Islamists shout slogans during a protest in Karachi against the published caricatures of Prophet Mohammed on Facebook (AFP Photo/Asif Hassan)
Egyptian authorities have arrested a minority Coptic Christian teacher for allegedly posting cartoons on Facebook that insulted Islam – charges that are becoming a common theme in a country ruled by an Islamic majority.
Bishoy Kamel, 32, a Coptic Christian from the Sohag province, has been detained for four days pending an investigation for reportedly posting cartoons defaming the Prophet Mohammed and Egypt’s president.
Mohamed Safwat, who has filed charges against Kamel, claimed that the teacher had also “insulted members of his own family,” writes Ahram Online.
Kamel may face up to five years in jail if convicted of blasphemy. The detainee has already admitted to managing the Facebook page under investigation. But Kamel insisted he cannot be held responsible for the content of the Facebook page, since the site was hacked on July 28.
This is not the first time members of a religious minority in Egypt have been charged for insulting Islam on social media.
In April this year, a teenage Coptic boy was sentenced to three years in prison after publishing cartoons on his Facebook page that mocked the Prophet Mohammad. In another incident, Coptic businessmen Naguib Sawiris posted Disney’s Mickey and Minnie Mouse dressed in Islamic attire. The Twitter message landed him in court, though he was acquitted.
Posts on Facebook and Twitter have been riling Arabs outside of Egypt, too. In June 2012, a Kuwaiti man was sentenced to ten years in prison after being convicted of threatening state security. The court ruled Hamad al-Naqi used Twitter to offend the Prophet Mohammad and the Sunni Muslim rulers of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. Al-Naqi also claimed that his account had been hacked.
In February 2012, Saudi Arabian writer Hamza Kashgari was arrested in Malaysia on blasphemy charges and deported. The blogger had fled his home country after receiving threats for disparaging Islam on Twitter.
Violations of blasphemy laws have different consequences in different countries throughout the Arab world. Punishments range from death penalty in countries such as Saudi Arabia, Iran and Pakistan, to lengthy prison sentences in nations like Egypt.
Religious tensions on a rapid rise in Egypt
Tensions between Muslims and minority Coptic Christians have been on the rise for years, but interfaith relations have markedly deteriorated since the beginning of last year’s Arab Spring in Egypt.
Several churches were attacked by mobs during the uprisings, and dozens of Christians were killed in violent street clashes. The government generally denied any religious basis for the violence.
In October 2011, at least 26 people were killed and more than 300 wounded in clashes between Coptic Christians and Egypt’s military police. Christians were protesting the military’s indifference to the increase in anti-Christian attacks and discrimination. A few days before these clashes, a Christian church was torched south of the city of Luxor.
In May of this year, Muslim protesters tried to storm St. Mena’s church in Imbaba, claiming that Christians were holding, against her will, a woman who had converted to Islam and married a Muslim man. At least 12 people, including four Christians and six Muslims, died in the violence.
In January 2011, more than 20 Christians were killed in a suicide blast outside the city of Alexandria, amid accusations by Islamic hardliners that that Copts had imprisoned a woman who has converted to Islam.
via Egypt arrests Christian teacher for ‘insulting Islam’ on Facebook — RT.