Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Cartoon Protests? "You ain't see nothin' yet"

According to frothing mad, Canadian-based Pakistani writer Abid Ullah Jan the uproar over the cartoons was but a foretaste of what we can expect when the next outrage erupts:
Muslims! is your brain boiling over the blasphemous cartoons? Do you feel helpless before the U.S. forces flushing the Qur'an down in toilets, blowing up mosques in false flag operations and showering civilians with White Phosphorus? Do you feel humiliated and discriminated when you are singled out at airports and elsewhere? Do you feel belittled when you are labeled "Islamists" for following ABC of the Qur'an and the Sunnah and heretics such as Manji and Rushdie are promoted as "moderate" Muslims?

If your answer to these question is yes, you need to cool down and brace for the worse. You ain't see nothin' yet. The real catastrophe is in the making.
What’s got Jan so angry? A film called "In the Name of Allah." And here's why:
The objective is to promote homosexual Muslims in the name of promoting understanding of Islam.
(Note to Middle Eastern flag makers - pink is the new Danish.)

For Jan this is yet another of the West’s "non-military weapons of mass destruction." And, naturally enough, it's worse than... well, I won’t spoil it for you:
Gradually, I am running out of space because news of the way Muslims are discriminated and harassed are increasing with each passing day. Even greater is the realization that the 20th century Jews were very fortunate. They were facing the wrath of Hitler in Germany alone. Muslims in the 21st century are facing multiple problems on the global scale.
Yeah, a few cartoons and a gay film are so much worse than the murder of millions. That's a hell of a comparison. Here's another:
Beheadings are as much part of the reaction of a desperate, occupied people as are the protests to condemn blasphemous cartoons.
Cartoon protests and beheadings? Meh! Same thing really. Actually, that one’s probably true isn’t it? They do actually want to kill the cartoonists.

Here are a couple more choice quotes from the article:
the Muslim world has not been hospitable to Nazism
Oh yeah?

The Muslim world has never yet given rise to systematic fascism and its organized brutalities.
Er... the Taliban?

There’s loads more like this. Be warned, if you do read the whole article you’ll want to take a shower by the end of it.


Blogger Grumpy Troll said...

The article's author needs a straitjacket, be it only to stop him from touching a keyboard again.

4:04 pm  
Anonymous TAoL said...

Oh, I reckon a night on the tiles with this bloke would be great fun. Spill his pint at your peril, though.

5:48 pm  
Blogger Tommy said...

I often read this blog "The diary of a Saudi man, currently living in the United Kingdom, where the Religious Police no longer trouble him for the moment." He certainly opened my eyes and is also very funny.

7:39 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More Faster.

9:49 pm  

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