Ironic, isn't it, that in the land of Magna Carta, British citizens must knuckle under as Shari'a is being implemented.
The controversy over the publication of one of the now infamous Jyllands Posten Mohammed cartoons in a Cambridge University student publication has taken on a new seriousness, after two students were questioned under caution by Cambridgeshire police.
The students, understood to be the editor and guest editor of unofficial Clare College magazine Clareification (renamed Crucification for an issue focused on religious satire) were interrogated under Section 5 of the Public Order Act (“harassment, alarm or distress”).
Police confirmed to Index that the students were questioned last Friday, and a file has been sent to the Crown Prosecution Service, which will decide whether to press charges against the students in the coming weeks.
"Harassment, alarm or distress" because Muslim students beat their chests and howled in protest, and the dhimmified in Britain, under the misconception that attitudes can be legislated, have created laws that make anything that bothers Muslims a chargeable offense.
They're up a creek: everything annoys and offends Muslims, and the British will find that their precious ancient rights are slipping away in increments...
At LGF that provides further links.