Thousands of crazed Muzzies wanted her killed and mutilated for calling a teddy bear Mohammed. And to prove that we live in the Twilight Zone, she apologized for the distress SHE caused them.
LONDON (Reuters) - A British teacher jailed in Sudan for letting her pupils name a teddy bear Mohammad arrived back in London on Tuesday after being pardoned and freed.
Gillian Gibbons, sentenced last week to 15 days in jail for insulting Islam, arrived at Heathrow airport on a flight from Khartoum along with two prominent British Muslim legislators who had appealed to Sudan's President for her early release.
Gibbons apologized on Monday for any distress she may have caused to the people of Sudan and said she had encountered "nothing but kindness and generosity from the Sudanese people".