Spanish government threatens Imran Firasat with jail if he released his history of Mohamed

This is from a direct email from Terry Jones’ organization. There is no link except to his general website.

December 8th, 2012
MEDIA CONTACT:  352-371-2487 or 352-871-2680 (Stephanie Sapp) or info@standupamericanow.org

The Innocent Prophet is due to be released on the 14th of December in Madrid, Spain.  Our representative for Stand Up America Now, Imran Firasat, has received word from the Spanish government informing him that if he or Stand Up America Now continue on and release the film on December 14 in Madrid Spain, then his residency status will be revoked.  He will be detained, locked in prison under the excuse of being a danger to national security, then deported back to Pakistan where he would be killed because he is facing a death sentence due to his criticism of Islam.

Again a government has backed down and given in due to the threats of Islam.  If we do not stand up and fight, also in the United States of America, we will lose our freedom of speech.  We cannot depend on the pro-Islamic Obama administration to protect our freedoms.   We must do that ourselves by standing up, by marching.  Let us join together. 

This is an absolute outrage that a western country, such as Spain, would deport someone knowing they are facing an immediate death penalty, detain him, or threaten him and his family.

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16 Responses to Spanish government threatens Imran Firasat with jail if he released his history of Mohamed

  1. Richard says:

    If this is true then things are moving towards a violent confrontation faster then was previously thought.

  2. Softly Bob says:

    Strictly speaking, on what charge can they arrest him and under what law could they deport him? Have laws been made that prevent the making of movies? People need to stand up. These are not real laws. They have never been officially declared by any Western parliament or senate. They are hypothetical laws, but many people are being punished on the strength of these hypothetical laws. Heads will soon roll, and faux-lawyers, pseudo-magistrates and corrupt police forces will be brought to justice by the will of the people.
    We need to fight now. The West is being eroded, not by Muslims and not by official statute, but by cowardly politicians and unelected bureaucrats who are taking us for a ride. In the end real justice just might prevail but only if we fight this crap now before it is too late!

  3. Martin says:

    OTLebanon’s Tripoli begins to look like Syria

    Two men were killed in the early hours of Friday morning and dozens more wounded in what residents and security sources say were the heaviest clashes this year between Lebanese gunmen loyal to opposing sides in Syria’s war.

    Tripoli is a majority Sunni Muslim city and mostly supports the Sunni-led uprising in Syria. But it also has an Alawite minority - the same sect as President Bashar al-Assad – and street fights between Sunnis and Alawites are common every time Lebanon gets dragged further into the crisis next door.

    The spark this time was the killing last week of at least 14 Sunni Muslim Lebanese and Palestinian gunmen from north Lebanon by Syrian government forces in a Syrian border town.

    [...]By Friday, 12 people had died in Tripoli and more than 100 had been wounded by rocket-propelled grenades, heavy machine guns and mortar bombs.

    http://en-maktoob.news.yahoo.com/lebanons-tripoli-begins-look-syria-142211953.html

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    Two Lebanese dead, 6 wounded in fresh Syria-linked clashes

    Two people were killed and six wounded in the north Lebanese city of Tripoli after midnight Saturday amid sectarian clashes linked to the conflict in neighbouring Syria, a security official said.

    Fighting with machine guns and rockets erupted between residents of the impoverished districts of Bab al-Tebbaneh and Jabal Mohsen, pitting Sunnis against Alawites belonging to the same religious community as Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

    The fatal shooting of two Jabal Mohsen men overnight broke a tense calm that had held since Friday morning, when the army deployed troops in restive areas of the port city as snipers held their positions.

    http://uk.news.yahoo.com/one-lebanese-dead-6-wounded-fresh-syria-linked-232357654.html

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOx-sMS0rJ4

  4. Richard says:

    What law did Obama use to arrest the other film maker? They will find something to arrest him on.

  5. Chris Jones says:

    Clever, isn’t it? Freedom of speech is generally limited when it is certain that the speech is going to result in violence and destruction. I don’t imagine there are too many places that will allow you to show a movie if it is absolutely known that there will be fires and explosions and deaths if you do. No way! But it’s not fair because they are the ones who are going to cause the violence. There they go with that human shield thing again, only in a different configuration.

    It would appear that the Muslims have found the secret to destroying what may be our most important asset – freedom of speech. We now have international blasphemy laws. They did it. They won.

    We will not begin to reverse this tortuous death until we learn, once again, how to hate…

  6. wtd2 says:

    Perhaps every blogger that is willing to fight to maintain freedom of speech should simultaneously release the film worldwide. Spain cannot arrest every blogger.

  7. Richard says:

    The first step is to forget white guilt over colonialism and start thinking about what is best for our nations, not what is best for the rest of the world.

  8. When*Pigs*Fly says:

    I had just reached the third comment and I was about to say “What, no off topic (or a multitude of on topic) videos from Martin and low & behold……..

  9. marc says:

    The superior non-muslim societies have absolutely NOTHING to gain from giving islam ANY respect or allowing ANYONE promoting islam into our society. We have NO obligation to drag our own society into trouble by allowing low-life muslims to enter. We have NO obligation to sort our THEIR problems, in THEIR countries. We should look after ourselves and do what’s best for US, no THEM. Ban islam, revoke citizenships of anyone found promoting islam, and clear out this scum-of-the-earth ideology!

  10. Paris Claims says:

    I am absolutely disgusted by islam. I cannot find the words to express my total and utter contempt for this foul belief system. However my feelings are even more extreme for these cowardly politicians who cave into demands and perceived demands from the bearded goat-humping savages who follow this “faith”

  11. wtd2 says:

    re: simultaneously release the film worldwide. Spain cannot arrest every blogger.

    Imran Firasat’s website mundoinislam.com posted the following update:

    ” Slightly delayed – The Innocent Prophet

    Gi