Monday, March 31, 2008

"Yeah? So, what's your point?"

Radical Muslim world sees Wilders' film depicting them as immoral murderous savages...

...and shrugs.

Omar Bakri, the Libyan-based radical Muslim cleric who is barred from Britain, did not think the film was very offensive. ‘On the contrary, if we leave out the first images and the sound of the page being torn, it could be a film by the [Islamist] Mujahideen,’ he said.
"Don't know what the problem is."

Melanie Philips writes:
Wilders’s crime is to incite hatred and violence by Islamists through saying that they practise hatred and violence. Or to put it another way, they are saying to us: ‘If you insult my faith by saying it’s violent, I’ll kill you’ and we're supposed to endorse the logic.

There’s a comedy in here somewhere underneath the horror.

Listen, try ten years in the pro-life movement, hon.; nothing better for helping you develop an exquisitely macabre sense of gallows humour.

Here, I'll help you:

it's art. Titled "Hopscotch to Oblivion". It's funny. Made me burst out laughing.

Here's another one:
Achmed the Dead Terrorist


It's easy.

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