Nabil and Nady are both illiterate and according to the parents could not have known what was written on those pages, found in among rubbish.
Boy that Obama Cairo speech sure was something. Egypt is a much better place ever since he replaced Mubarak with the Muslim Brotherhood. I can't wait for the public beheadings to get started so that everyone can see the true progress that Barack Hussein Obama brought to Egyptland.
On 26 February, the Court of Bani Suef (Upper Egypt) dismissed the appeal of the families of the two children Rzik Nagy, aged 10, and Mina Farag, 9, accused of desecrating the Koran. They have been detained in a juvenile prison since April 2012. The case has attracted a lot of criticism in the country. Many claim the trial was illegal and devoid of any logic.
On 9 April 2012 the two were stopped by a local imam who accused them of having urinated on the Koran... Their parents' appeals and those of the local Christian community to local authorities have proven fruitless. Nabil and Nady are both illiterate and according to the parents could not have known what was written on those pages, found in among rubbish.
Jail a 9-year-old for blasphemy? Yes we can.
According to CAIR and the OIC, locking up little Christian kids is an important part of Muslim religious freedom.
Parvez Ahmed, the former Chairman of CAIR, who served on the Florida ACLU’s Board of Directors, has said.
“I think the next steps would be to broaden the scope of anti-hate laws and even contemplate about passing blasphemy laws, because blasphemy with such sacred icons, like the Prophet Muhammad, like the Koran, or the cross, or other religious symbols … So governments, legislatures, international bodies … must contemplate about what are the ways in which an anti-blasphemy law can be passed that can protect the right to exercise freedom of religion."
Threats like these are why it is important to have laws barring the use of Islamic theocratic laws in the United States. Because as the case of a filmmaker locked up by Barack Hussein Obama for making a movie that offended Muslims reminds us... It can happen here.