Eltahawy has been released on bail.
She must be dear to his heart. I suppose he wasn’t among her rapists earlier this year when a bunch of muselmanic ‘beasts’ gave her the treatment.
Egyptian President Tells U.N.: ‘We Will Not Allow’ Insults to Islam
Morsi claimed that his nation believes in free speech and expression, but that these freedoms have their limits.
“We must join hands in confronting these regressive ideas that hinder cooperation among us.”—ReadÂ MoreÂ Â»(we must not. There is no cooperation anyhow; we need to stop the jiziya payments to Egypt!)
“But the right way to combat this is to ensure those who commit hate crimes are prosecuted. …(under the sharia …of course. Â AboutMyArea)
- Jihad Ad Leads to New PolicyÂ Â NYC Authority Can Now Ban Ads That Could ‘Incite or Provoke Violence’—-ReadÂ MoreÂ Â»
Morsi wants criticism of Islam criminalized. So it is not surprising that he would support fascist pro-jihad anti-free speech vandal Mona Eltahawy. “Muslim Brotherhood President Morsi asks Egyptian Consulate to ‘monitor Eltahawy case,'” fromÂ Egypt Independent, September 27 (thanks toÂ Pamela Geller):“Presidency asks Egyptian Consulate to monitor Eltahawy case”Â Egypt IndependentThe Muslim Brotherhood figures that with their man in the White House, Islamic supremacism is the order of the day. Mona Eltahawy broke the law. She destroyed my property. And she will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. The idea that Muslims get special treatment is a tenet of Islam, Islamic supremacism.
Funny. Mona Eltahawy was beaten and raped by these jihadists. She called them beasts. When did they cease being beats? When they are Jew-haters, of course. Strange bedfellows. Maybe not so strange. Mona’s lawyer is Hamas’s lawyer.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)Â spokesperson Aaron Donovan commented about the addition of an MTA provision that reserves the right to ban advertisements on the basis that they “would incite or provoke violence.” Â (More here)
Before we delve too deeply into NYC’s new-found regulations, let’s look at a brief history of the debate. The battle over Geller’s ad has been a fascinating one. Initially, the MTA refused to allow it to be posted on NYC subways, claiming that it was “demeaning.” But this quickly changed in August, whenÂ U.S. District Court Judge Paul Engelmayer ruled that the ad is protected under the First Amendment (readÂ the history behind the adÂ here). As a result, the ads were finally posted at 10 subway stops,Â which subsequently sparked outrage.