November 15, 2006, - 4:32 pm

From the Choudhury Trial: Insight Into IslamoFascist Intolerance

By Debbie Schlussel
Yesterday was the first day of the Bangladesh criminal trial of journalist Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury, one of the scant few moderate Muslims (a term that is largely mythical). As we’ve noted, his crime was wanting to travel to Israel and recommending that Bangladesh establish ties to Israel. Before the trial began, Bangladeshi government thugs beat him.
Today’s Wall Street Journal editorial on the trial exposes his other “crimes.” He’s apparently being charged with “praising the Jews and Christians.” Yup, welcome to the Islamic state, where that sort of thing is not tolerated:

On Monday in a Bangladesh courtroom, a judge read the following charge to a defendant [Choudhury]: “By praising the Jews and Christians, by attempting to travel to Israel and by predicting the so-called rise of Islamist militancy in the country and expressing such through writings inside the country and abroad, you have tried to damage the image and relations of Bangladesh with the outside world. For which, charges under section 295-A, 120-A, 124-A, 105-A, and 108A are brought against you.


Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury:

Courageous Muslim Faces Death for Praising Jews, Christians

Hmmm . . . Why didn’t the introduction of “Sesame Street” in Bangladesh stop this? Apparently–and way too predictably, kumbaya “We Are the World” BS doesn’t work very well.
Time for more elephants to get angry with Bangladesh.

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7 Responses

Where does Muslim Congressman-elect Keith Ellison (D-MNistan) stand regarding Mr. Choudhury?
This curious mind wants to know:

Jeremiah on November 15, 2006 at 4:52 pm

At this rate, praising Christians and Jews will soon be illegal in the US as well. In fact, it already earns you many a dirty look.

Witch-king of Angmar on November 15, 2006 at 5:31 pm

GROUND FORCES need to learn Tarzan’s “elephant call” to let angry elephants do work normally assigned to the USAF!
YET another country where THE ALLIES need to clear house.

The Canadien on November 15, 2006 at 6:45 pm

I am an advocate of the use of military force, but we have seen that the American people have no stomach for a long-term military effort. Militant Islam has been at war with the West on and off for since Mohammad. Much of the West’s military response has been weak and ineffectual. The one thing that has constantly pulled the West’s nuts out of the fire was the natural factions within Islam and their tenancy to fight among themselves. We should foster this natural hatred and let Islam do our work for us.
Now I have one question: why is it in the national interests of the United States for the Shiites and the Sunnis to stop killing each other in Iraq? The Kurds will always let us base our forces in the North after all.

Peter1469 on November 15, 2006 at 8:20 pm

Sheeeeeeewt. You can tell from his necktie/jacket combo that the guy is an infidel! At least when they behead him they might get that neckwear too.
Seriously, the next time that the sea inundates Bangladesh, maybe it’ll clean out some of those intolerant goofs. And … where’s George Harrison when ya need ‘im?

Rocketman on November 15, 2006 at 8:43 pm

While the Bangladeshis are waiting to kill Choudhury (inside or outside the court), dozens of their cousin Pakis were caught in many parts of the US…. probably preparing for you-know-what. Why the hell were these “peaceful” turds even allowed into the US? Ah, there’s the answer, they were “were supposed to be teaching or conducting religious ceremonies” in America. Interesting!
WASHINGTON – Dozens of Pakistani immigrants who came to the United States posing as religious workers were arrested Wednesday, authorities said, as Homeland Security agents tried to close a commonly exploited avenue for illegal immigration.
Immigrants who were supposed to be teaching or conducting religious ceremonies were arrested across the East Coast, where authorities said many worked as gas station attendants, taxi drivers, landscapers and factory workers.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials have been scrutinizing the religious worker visa program, which a 2005 review found was rife with problems. Homeland Security officials found fraud in one of every three religious visas they reviewed.

anonymous twit on November 15, 2006 at 9:51 pm

Thank you for keeping this story on the front burner. Truth be known, I never expected you to acknowledge the existence of “moderate Muslims”, but I’m glad to hear it and I agree that Mr. Choudhury qualifies.
I continue to note the lack of coverage his story is getting from Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch. This is a good opportunity for these organizations to show that they aren’t glossing over human rights abuses in Muslim lands. They can’t say they don’t know about it because I and others have written them about it.
If we are to confront Islamo-Fascism WITHOUT VIOLENCE (something the left insists is possible) then everybody needs to get behind Shoaib Choudhury and this includes the left.
I suppose, we shouldn’t feel let down that the left and their “human rights organizations” are silent on this issue. Their silence seems all too predictable.

There is NO Santa Claus on November 16, 2006 at 8:33 am

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