Thousands of people have marched in the Sudanese capital Khartoum to call for UK teacher Gillian Gibbons to be shot.
Mrs Gibbons, 54, from Liverpool, was jailed by a court on Thursday after children in her class named a teddy bear Muhammad.
She was sentenced to 15 days for insulting religion; she will then be deported.
The marchers took to the streets after Friday prayers to denounce the leniency of the sentence.
The protesters gathered in Martyrs Square, outside the presidential palace in the capital, many of them carrying knives and sticks.
Marchers chanted "Shame, shame on the UK", "No tolerance - execution" and "Kill her, kill her by firing squad".
I do hope that these wonderful Religion of Peace activists have some cars to set fire to or they just won't be able to feel satisfied with the day's work.
Sometimes, I wonder about people, I really do. But I never wonder about the stupidity of religion in general and Islam in particular...
UPDATE: given this kind of behaviour, Brown could not have sent a better man than Lord Ahmed to negotiate. John Trenchard reminds us of some of the noble Lord's pronouncements.
This is a man who said of Salman Rushdie:"This man not only provoked violence around the world because of his writings, but there were many people who were killed around the world. Forgiving and forgetting is one thing, but honouring the man who has blood on his hands, sort of, because of what he did, I think is going a bit too far."
This is a man who refers to the terrorist murdering scumbags of 9/11 as martyrs:"What would one say if the Saudi or Afghan governments honoured the martyrs of the September 11 attacks on the United States?"
[in response to Salman Rushdie's knighthood]
This is a man who defends the suicide bombers of 7/7 and makes excuses for them:On Monday, Lord Nazir Ahmed, the first British Muslim to be ennobled in the United Kingdom, actually told NPR's Robert Siegel that the London subway terrorists were suffering an "identity crisis."
He'll be an effective negotiator, I imagine...