Teddy Bears and Genocide

3 12 2007

Douglas Farah offered this spot on assessment of the recent fiasco in Sudan regarding a jailed British teacher that allowed her students to name a teddy bear Mohamed.

So, an Islamist regime that claims it cannot stop genocide in its national territory and where not one person has been tried for the crimes of Darfur, is able to pounce on this heinous offense involving a teddy bear and a lack of cultural awareness. Not only pounce, but try and sentence the perpetrator in less than 48 hours. Justice can be swift when the government decides to move.

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