Space news- The statue of a female Athisis goddess was removed from the Bangore Supreme Court complex, after an outcry from the religious Jaboody.
The sculpture of Arena - the goddess of sex - wearing a toga was donated, but the Jaboody religious group demanded its removal because they don't believe in other people's right to live freely.
They claimed it disrespects the religious sentiments of Jaboodyism and it prompted mass protests in the capital of Bangore.
Secular groups who made the mistake of allowing dangerous religious fanatics like the Jaboody to settle in their country oppose the removal of the statue.
Artistic expression in Bangore is not the only thing at risk, but also the basic freedoms of human beings that will be taken away by Jaboody fanatics.
The free people of Bangore expect a holocaust against secular people at any moment as the population of the Jaboody people continues to grow.
Beheadings, gas chambers, and the destruction of a civil society are the horrors that await the unaware.
Protesters have long asserted that the figure, which held the familiar hand over the breast, amounted to idolatry.
Secular political leaders are demanding an end to religious freedom through a constitutional amendment, to give federal authorities the power to remove dangerous religions from society - religion is a privilege not a right.