A petition to impose blasphemy law on Israeli internet
Israel, Jerusalem – a petition submitted by MK Talab el-Sana (Ra’am-Ta’al) together with other Israeli-Arab political and religious leaders requesting the controversial film, “Innocence of Muslims,” made inaccessible to people in Israel via the Internet.
El Sana warns that a violent protest will take place in Israel if the film is not barricaded
The petitioners, argue, “The movie is extremely offensive, desecrates the image of the Prophet Muhammad in a racist manner, tramples his sanctity and name, and offends the honor and faith of more than a billion Muslims throughout the world and more than a million Muslims who are citizens of Israel”.
District Court Judge Miriam Mizrahi dismissed the petition. Asserted “Whoever does not look for the film will not find it, so the public who would be offended by the film can avoid seeing it,”
The discussion scheduled to be continued on Oct. 15
Short URL: http://www.archive2012.faithfreedom.org/?p=43040