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Bangladesh court indicts four bloggers for criticizing Islam

By Robert Spencer

This is the kind of law that the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) wants to impose on the U.S., with willing aid from American “journalists” such as Eric Posner and Sarah Chayes, as well as all those who stigmatize resistance to jihad terror and Islamic supremacism as “hatred” and “bigotry.”

“Bangladesh court indicts 4 bloggers for allegedly posting derogatory comments about Islam,” from the Associated Press, September 8 (thanks to all who sent this in):

DHAKA, Bangladesh — A court in Bangladesh’s capital indicted four bloggers Sunday for their allegedly inflammatory writings about Islam and its Prophet Muhammad.Metropolitan Sessions Court Judge Zahurul Haque said he had accepted the charges filed by police in two separate cases, the first to be tried under Bangladesh’s recently amended Information and Communication Technology Act.

The opening of the trial was set for Nov. 6. If convicted, the bloggers, who pleaded not guilty, could face up to 14 years in jail….

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