Gillian Gibbons, a 54-year old school teacher originally from Britain but now teaching seven-year-olds in Sudan, has been jailed for insulting the Prophet Mohhamed (PBUH).
From the Telegraph article:
Robert Boulos, the director of the school, told Reuters that Ms Gibbons set up the project as part of a British National Curriculum course to learn about animals. This year's animal was the bear, and Ms Gibbons asked the children to name the stuffed toy.
Mr Boulos said the children came up with eight names including Abdullah and Hassan, but Mohammed proved by far the most popular.
Each child was given a chance to take the bear home and write a diary about what they did with the toy, Mr Boulos told Reuters.
The website for the Sudanese Media Centre, which has close ties with the country's government, reported that Mrs Gibbons could be prosecuted under "faith and religions" legislation.
It states: "Khartoum attorney office opens a claim under article 125 of the criminal law (insult of faith and religions) against a British national female teacher named Julian (sic) working for unruly school in Khartoum.
"Head of the attorney offices Mutusim Abdallah told (SMC) that legal arrangements are under way to issue warrant of arrest against the suspect upon a complaint presented by the ministry of education.
"Abdallah said the suspect teacher printed the name of Prophet Mohammed PBUH on a doll in a shape of bear."
If I could offer a suggestion, the number of immigrants coming into this country from the nation of Sudan - unless it is zero - should be substantially reduced. We've got more than enough angry morons wandering the streets already.