Islam’s answer to anything non-Islamic, should be the West’s answer to anything Islamic.
A Cairo court today ordered the the Egyptian government to block access to YouTube for one month after the video-sharing website carried an anti-Islam film last year. Muslims from all backgrounds waved placards last year in cities across the world in protest at YouTube and Google refusing to take the video down
The ruling, however, can be appealed and, based on precedent, might not be enforced.
The 14-minute trailer for the movie ‘Innocence of Muslims’ portrays the Muslim Prophet Muhammad, a central figure to Islam, as a religious fraud, womaniser and pedophile. It was produced in the United States by an Egyptian-born Christian who’s now a US citizen.
Egypt’s new constitution includes a ban on insulting ‘religious messengers and prophets.’