Skip to comments.Horse Statues Demolished in Jazan
Posted on 06/12/2013 3:29:07 PM PDT by nickcarraway
Officials in the southern province of Jazan have demolished horse sculptures on a roundabout after Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Asheikh denounced them as "sinful" and against the tenets of Islam, local online news websites said.
Another news website, sabq.org, said the grand mufti earlier wrote the governor of Jazan demanding that the sculptures be removed because they are a great sin and are prohibited under sharia (Islamic law).
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This, from the culture that gave us some of the prettiest horses in the world (Arabians).
Muslims are no fun.
What the h*ll ISN’T “sinful” according to these cretins? Oh, beheading infidels and beating ones wives, I see.
Interestingly, many Arab leaders including the Sheikh of Bahrain spend fortunes on oil paintings of their Thoroughbred racehorses. And there is a substantial market for paintings of Salukis, Arab and Berber horses, and hunting hawks among Arabs.
They will never be allowed back in that P.F. Chang’s again.
What the h*ll ISNT sinful according to these cretins? Oh, beheading infidels and beating ones wives, I see.
Let’s see, sex with underage boys and animals should not be forgotten either, or stoning to death the women they raped. All in the name of and glory to allah, that’s right the little god of psycho’s and pedophiles! I wonder when I will get my visit for comments hurtful to islam?
At least I won’t have any trouble seeing that coming my way.
So now, AQ is not allowed to use hysterical horse-screams in their nasheeds anymore.
Horses are sinful. Next: goats.
I misread the title. Whew! Horse statues are still safe in Japan. For now.
That’s funny, the destroy the horses and elevate the horse’s asses
I’m waiting for them to bury the Pyramids.
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