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The Union of Islamic Communities in Italy has urged all Muslims across the country to express their views following a new book which hails Israel and slams Palestinian resistance groups. According to a Saudi newspaper, the leaders of the Islamic community in Italy are furious about the new book which amazingly was edited by an Egyptian-born Italian writer and journalist! (more…)

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I wanna to meet this guy. I wanna party with him. I’ll bet chicks dig him because he rarely wears underwear, but when he does, it’s probably something exotic.

Cologne, Germany – A maverick German book author said Wednesday he wants to read aloud inside a mosque from The Satanic Verses, the 1988 novel by Salman Rushdie which some Muslims consider blasphemous. Guenter Wallraff, 64, said he proposed to do the reading at a landmark mosque which is to be built in Cologne by the western city’s Turkish community. (more…)

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It seems Doc Zawahiri has a boner for Sir Rushdie and has issued a new video threat against the Brits.

But before we come down on him too hard, let’s consider the following:Second Banana and Stretch

Imagine, if you will, that you’ve been hiding out in a cave for years (al Qaeda HQ) with Osama bin Laden and other smelly Muslim Chickens, day in and day out, eating the same old porridge or falafel or whatever. Fred Flintstone lived luxuriously compared to you.

Elite military forces are hunting you down with the intention of killing you. You’re the second banana, right behind old “Stretch” himself. The only sex you get is with other smelly men, or the nearest goat or camel (or Stretch), talk about stuck mojo! You have no hot showers, no liquor, no girlie magazines, not even a jar of Vaseline to ease the friction from your…uh…whatever.

Your teeth are rotting out. Your eyes are going badSmelly Muslim cave dwellers (probably from too many circle jerks with “the boys”). All you have is your seething hatred, your boredom, and your underlying fear of death to entertain you.

Next stop…up ahead…it’s The Twilight Zone!

Sorry. I couldn’t resist.

Anyway, to pass the time (when you’re not shooting videos), you mull over new creative threats to issue to the rest of us — the kaffirs, the non-believers, the non-Muslim objects of your ire. I wonder if ire is the opposite of desire, and if the word “mullah” derives from mulling over stuff. In this case, mulling over ways to frighten and kill infidels.

I digress.

So we really can’t blame old Doc Zawahiri, now can we? He just has nothing better to do. Right? I feel sorry for the poor guy. Perhaps we should send him a few CAIR packages. All we need is his address.

Do caves have addresses?

Again, I digress…

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Referred to as Islamic Rage Boy, this wanna-be muji and camel ball licker is all mouth and has gained international fame for his animated antics. His face seems to be showing up in every British and many international media houses while covering Muslim protests in London.

SnapShot.com decided to do a round up and contest for the best altered photos of him called Islamic Rage Boy Parody Roundup. So, I did a couple of renditions for the contest.

They were looking for the most creative photo-shopped images of Islamic Rage Boy. I used Corel Photo-Paint.

Here are my two entries. The first was a close winner or runner up:




Psychedelic Adolf Mohammed Rage Boy

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Smell the rage (and the shit breath)

Activists from the Islamic parties chant slogans against British author Salman Rushdie during a protest in Lahore June 25, 2007. A group of hardline Pakistani Muslim clerics has bestowed a religious title on Osama bin Laden in response to a British knighthood for the Rushdie, whose novel “The Satanic Verses” outraged many Muslims around the world. The placard reads “Salman Rushdie dead.” REUTERS/Moshin Raza (PAKISTAN)

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A year or so after the Ayatollah Khomeini took out an Islamist mob contract on Salman Rushdie in 1989, the novelist appeared, after elaborate security arrangements, on a television arts show in London. His host was Melvyn Bragg, a longtime British telly grandee, and what was striking was how quickly the interview settled down into the usual cozy, literary chit-chat. Lord Bragg took Rushdie back to his earlier pre-fatwa work. “After your first book,” drawled Bragg, “which was not particularly well-received.” }} more…

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Iran parliament speaker: Granting Rushdie title won’t go unanswered

TEHRAN, Jun. 24 (ISNA)-Iran’s parliament speaker stated that there truly was no reason to grant Salman Rushdie Knighthood. (more…)

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Yusuf Islam, the idiot formerly known as Cat Stevens, on UK TV Discussing Salmon Rushdie

When asked if he’d go to a demonstration to burn an effigy of the author Salman Rushdie he said, “I would have hoped that it’d be the real thing.” When asked what he’d do if Rushdie turned up at his doorstep looking for help he said, “I might ring somebody who might do more damage to him than he would like. I’d try to phone the Ayatollah Khomeini and tell him exactly where this man is.” When asked if Rusdie should die for his writings, he said “yes.”.

On March 8 1989, while speaking in London’s Regents Park Mosque, when asked by a Christian Science Monitor reporter how he would “cope with the idea of killing a writer for writing a book” he replied: “In Islam there is a line between let’s say freedom and the line which is then transgressed into immorality and irresponsibility and I think as far as this writer is concerned, unfortunately, he has been irresponsible with his freedom of speech. Salman Rushdie or indeed any writer who abuses the prophet, or indeed any prophet, under Islamic law, the sentence for that is actually death. It’s got to be seen as a deterrent, so that other people should not commit the same mistake again.”

There was backlash over the Rushdie incident at the time, including the band 10,000 Maniacs, who had recorded “Peace Train” on their 1987 In My Tribe album, deleting the song from subsequent pressings of their album as a protest against the remarks he made.

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Video 1: Christopher Hitchens, Peter Hitchens, Tony McNulty, Boris Johnson and the spineless Baroness Williams on Question Time.

Video 2: France 24 Debate — Rushdie’s Noble Cause

(h/t Sugiero)

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