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MALAYSIA: Islamists Government charges bookstore manager with selling Canadian’s banned book on Islam

19 Jun

Source: Toronto Star

More suppression of freedoms in Islamofascist nations. Irshad Manji is a brave Canadian author (b. Uganda) who aims to teach young leaders to challenge political correctness, intellectual conformity and self-censorship. She is a critic of traditional mainstream Islam, and is one whom I give praise to for her courageous efforts to present her views.

During her book tour in Amsterdam (Dec 2011), she was assualted by a group of 20 Islamofascists. They spat on her, assualted her and threatened her with death while shouting verses from their terrorist handbook. The video can be seen below.

Recently, her world tour to promote her book was cut short in the “Moderate-Islamic” Indonesia due to threats from the Muslim Terrorist group: Islamic Defenders Front. Wikileaks also uncovered a diplomatic cable that says the Islamic Defenders Front recieves funding from the corrupt police.

This unfortunate bookstore owner will probably be found guilty under trumped up charges in the corrupt Islamic court system. I wish her all the best.

The amazing and beautiful: Irshad Manji

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA—A Borders bookstore manager in Malaysia has been charged with distributing a Canadian writer’s book that was banned as being against Islam.

The government in the Muslim-majority country regularly bans books it considers threats to religious stability. “Allah, Liberty and Love” was banned in late May.

The website for author Irshad Manji says it is about “how to reconcile faith and freedom in a world seething with repressive dogmas.”

Nik Raina Nik Abdul Aziz could face a two-year prison sentence and fine if convicted of the charge that was filed Tuesday.

Her lawyer Rosli Dahlan said the store was inspected before the book was banned.

Malaysia’s Islamic courts have jurisdiction only over Muslims. A hearing was set for Sept. 19.

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