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It all started with a teacher and students in Sudan. Gillian Gibbons, the teacher sentenced Thursday, Nov. 29th ’07 to 15 days in jail because she allowed her class of 7-year-olds to name a teddy bear, Muhammad. We agree with the 7-year old kids and Mrs. Gibbons right to do this, and we liked the idea too. The Sudanese children wanted to name their Teddy Bear after the most popular boy in the class; this does not disrespect a person, prophet, or religion, to the contrary, the name they chose for their Teddy Bear was out of fondness and respect for a person they cared about; someone they honored. Around the world, buildings, parks, institutions and other places are often named and dedicated after a noteworthy and special person; out of great respect.
Why a Teddy Bear Muhammad™:
The main goal of Teddy Bear Muhammad™ is to spread our fundamental belief in human rights which includes the freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, freedom of religion, and the freedom of thought and open dialogue.We agree with and support the following quotes and ideas:
“We have, as all will agree, a free Government, where every man has a right to be equal with every other man. In this great struggle, this form of Government and every form of human right is endangered if our enemies succeed.” (Abraham Lincoln, August 22, 1864)“Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.” (Universal Declaration of Human Rights, United Nations, Article 18 , 1948 )“Democracy is structured to accommodate difference, pluralism and diversity, thus promoting religious liberty. Totalitarian regimes often attempt to unify their nations around a common religion; the consequence often is religious repression and persecution of minority religions and a fundamental denial of the principle of freedom of thought and conscience. As democracy spreads, the result is likely to be less religious repression and a greater practice of religious liberty worldwide. In the final analysis, we, as members of the world community, owe it to ourselves and to our progeny to make religious liberty a reality for everyone. There is no more important task in the 21st century. All nations should improve their commitments to making religious freedom a reality; indeed religious liberty can be promoted and practiced even in nondemocratic regimes. But if democracy is one of the tools to spread religious liberty as a universally recognized human right, then let democracy ring around the world.” (Freedom of Religion Essay, US Dept of State. )
Although we will do our best, you understand that due to demand and quantities we cannot guarantee the Teddy Bear Muhammad™ sent will be exactly as shown. You further understand that it may be embroidered (as shown above) or wearing the t-shirt instead; stating “My name is Muhammad”.* Shipping & Handling not included. ** $1 (One US Dollar) of every bear sold goes to the USO (http://www.uso.org) to support the United States troops and their service to the world. Teddy Bear Muhammad™ uses CCNow is an authorized online retailer.
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