Arab European League acquitted over Jewtoon

Good news from Holland, where the egregious Arab European League has been acquitted of hate crime for publishing a Holocaust-denying cartoon on their website.

The group published the above cartoon to deliberately provoke a prosecution. Group leader Abdoulmouthalib Bouzerda was upset that Geert Wilders was let off for his Motoons, and so was determined to prove that

Freedom of expression is only a pretext to make life bitter for Muslims… and if [they] try to bring this hypocrisy to light, that right is denied them.

Poor Abdoul must have mixed feelings about the verdict: he has been proven innocent and wrong at the same time.

3 Responses to “Arab European League acquitted over Jewtoon”

  1. Vian says:

    Jeert Wilders and Muslims must try their best to respect eachothers religion and culture, and stop harassing eachothers. Jeert Wilders lives in a place with a great number of muslims, he should be more rational not to provoke them, and he must respect Islam and he must stop harrassing veiled women. Holland has a great diversified population, there are jews, Muslims, Christians and many other sects and parties. And Muslims should behave even more rational by not listening to what sychopaths try to do. they must encourage peace, and live peacefully in this great country, otherwise they will ruin the social and political texture of the Neatherlands.

  2. I do not believe any Arab country would acquit any religious offender as has been done by the Dutch court. The Arab European League must learn from the West the meaning of Justice.

    The Muslims who swear by the Quran must not speak of tolerance and Justice to the the Jews and Christians.

    If hate speech is a crime, the first thing the world should do to ban the Quran.

  3. Stonyground says:

    “If hate speech is a crime, the first thing the world should do to ban the Quran.”

    I don’t agree with banning stuff generally. I think that everyone should be able to speak freely and everyone else should be able to share their opinion on what that person said. That to me is the best way to shine a light on the truth. Non of us are infallible and just because an opinion is unpopular does not make it untrue.

    I think that it would require some one infallible to decide which ideas should be banned and in reality no such person exists. Vile, hate-filled books including the Quran, the Bible Mein Kamf and the Witches Hammer should not be censored but neither should criticism of such books.