German Muslims are incensed at the blasphemies and insults aimed at them, not by the Mohammed movie that has enraged the rest of the Religion of Peace, but by a medical historian named Armin Geus who wrote a book.
And what did Professor Geus do that earned him his fatwa? He presented his thesis that Mohammed was mentally ill.
Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff has the story.
Raising the Ante
by Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff
In the wake of the latest blasphemy riots in Libya and Egypt, another charge has surfaced, this one almost completely ignored by the MSM.
The latest case concerns a German medical historian, Armin Geus, who only a year ago wrote a book called Die Krankheit des Propheten (“The Illness of the Prophet”). In his book Professor Geus concluded that Mohammed was schizophrenic.
It took the representatives of the German Muslim community more than a year to find out about this book, perhaps even to read it, and then file a complaint with the German authorities for — you guessed it — “Incitement to hatred against peoples” and “Insulting faiths, religious communities and philosophical associations”.
King Fahd Academy in Bonn, the center of Wahhabism in Germany, has filed a complaint against Professor Armin Geus with the authorities of the city of Marburg for “Incitement to hatred against peoples” and “Insulting faiths, religious communities and philosophical associations.” The reason for this complaint is his book, published a year ago, a pathography of the prophet Mohammed, in which Geus comes to the conclusion that Mohammed suffered from paranoid-hallucinatory schizophrenia.
It is obvious that apart from the so-called “political correctness”, there is a campaign to establish “scientific correctness”, which is aimed at stifling the constitutional right to freedom of scientific inquiry, especially when aimed at the foundation of Islam.
Once again the ante has been upped. We must all rally behind Professor Geus and support him.
Where are all those freedom-lovers among our ruling elite? Too busy saving the euro, it seems.