Sharia rules. America rates high on the sharia compliant scale of imam Rauf:
So much for freedom of expression in the land of the free:
The protestor who burned pages from the Koran outside a planned mosque near Ground Zero was fired from NJ Transit over the controversial act, sources and authorities said yesterday. Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/ny
Queensland lawyer Alex Stewart smokes pages from the Koran and Bible, fanatical frenzy ensues….
- Atheist smokes holy books on YouTube
- Video slammed by offended religious leaders
- Lawyer says “Bible smokes better than Koran”
A BRISBANE-based lawyer and atheist who videoed himself smoking what appeared to be joints made with pages from the Bible and the Koran expects to lose his job at a Queensland university. (Sheik reported:Â “Feelings Hurt” )
No doubt the Queensland University of Technology is upset about the prospect of all those enraged Christians rioting, burning tires and Alex Stewart in effigy, chanting “Death to Australia,” and all the rest — no, wait…
- Iran judiciary top dog: Qur’an-burning “a new plot by the World Arrogance led by international Zionism”
“Controversial Act”: Â Derek Fenton was fired for burning pages of the Koran near Ground Zero on 9/11.
Our enemies are laughing their sorry asses off over so much cowardly caving in:
NJ Transit confirmed Fenton was fired but wouldn’t elaborate.
“Mr. Fenton’s public actions violated New Jersey Transit’s code of ethics,” an agency statement said. “NJ TRANSIT concluded that Mr. Fenton violated his trust as a state employee and therefore was dismissed.”
Several neighbors in Fenton’s Bloomingdale neighborhood stood up for his right to express himself with flames.
“Good for him for burning the Koran,” neighbor Jacqui Marquez, 40, said. “Everybody’s entitled to their opinion … by firing him, they’re sending a message that there’s no freedom of speech. They’re completely wrong for doing this.”
“He’s a family man,” neighbor Randy McConnell, 43, said. “He loves his kids and he loves trains. I don’t agree with what he did, but he shouldn’t lose his job over it. That’s his right.”