The Godlessness in thought blog reported the story thus:
Gillian Gibbons, a teacher from Liverpool who worked in Khartoum, was arrested in 2007 for naming her class teddy bear Muhammad. Authorities detained her in a police cell, and a court sentenced her to fifteen days in prison and deportation. This was a comparatively lenient decree: Gibbons, charged triply with insulting religion, incitement of hatred and public contempt for religious beliefs, might have faced forty lashes for these under Sudanese law.
It seems you are free to practise any religion and be offended by criticism and lampooning whilst those who choose to reject such superstitious notions are not free to express our views.
It seems that our student leaders require some basic education.
This video with Dave Allen is about lampooning religion (in this case the Catholic church)
This is hate speech, this time from Christian extremists.
Can you tell the difference?
If you can't, educate yourself. That's what you are at University for apparently