Microsoft has been cleared of wrongdoing in a high-profile court case alleging it and scores of other web companies hosted “objectionable content” - and even managed to get the plaintiff fined by the judge. The case, which was brought by Fatwa-Online founder Mufti Aijas Arshad Quasmi, is being heard in New Delhi, India. Quasmi …
It's always a good show when when religion encounters people communicating freely.
If religious people don't like what's on the internet
Then they shouldn't be on the internet.
That's why you never see a muslim in a strip club, they know what goes on in there and they stay away.
Let me get this straight
The founder of "Fatwa-Online" is complaining in court about people hosting "harbouring socially, religiously and politically offensive material"???
Re: Let me get this straight
I kind of know what you mean but I had a peek at fatwa-online (cos it's always a good idea to know what one's actually slagging off, n'est-ce pas?) and it might not be quite what you think. Right at the top there's "Download your FREE copy of the following eBook Islam Against Terrorism v1.33". Nice start, although there's some positively medieval crap about women in there too.
I suppose you also know what a fatwa is, but I'm not sure. Perhaps you should look it up. And perhaps neither you nor I know exactly what the dude was complaining about, it's very easy to be misrepresented or misunderstood (equally he may be a complete dick, hard to tell without the info).
positively medieval crap about women in there too...
you're shitting me?
nahhh, I'll have to check this unsettling development out myself
idologicaly fucking dinosaurs.
just set light to a few copies of their book and they all go crazy ape bonkers and start blowing themselves up.
what the dude was complaining about - 'people not doing what he wants' is what he was complaining about. it always is with your basic religious nutjob - irrespective of the flavour of invisible friend they are touting.
At least he's not responsible for "Fat-wives Online"...
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