Skip to comments.'South Park' and the Informal Fatwa
Posted on 04/28/2010 9:45:43 AM PDT by Nachum
The veiled threats against the Comedy Central show's creators should be taken very seriously.
'South Park" is hilarious, right? Not any more.
Last week, Zachary Adam Chessera 20-year-old Muslim convert who now goes by the name Abu Talhah Al-Amrikeeposted a warning on the Web site RevolutionMuslim.com following the 200th episode of the show on Comedy Central. The episode, which trotted out many celebrities the show has previously satirized, also "featured" the Prophet Muhammad: He was heard once from within a U-Haul truck and a second time from inside a bear costume.
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Are they quoting someome here? Inside a bear costume or a truck is hardly "featured."
Geez, sensitive mooslums. Hows about we tell them there is a free jihad giveaway, say a dozen hot virgins to the first 400 moral mooslums. When they show up we give them Helen Thomas. Do you think they will stone her or find her more attractive than a goat? Hard call.
Some good advice to Parker/Stone from someone who knows the death threats are a reality.
May 20th is “Draw moe-ham-head Day”
I am sure all of hollyweird will help out/sarc
One of the most interesting, insightful articles I’ve read in a long time. She sounds like she knows what she’s talking about. I may have to buy her book.
Her book is great. She’s truly courageous.
Hey Zachary Adam Chesser...
Mohammed is a pinhead pedophile freak who wipes his butt with his bare hand.
His buddy Allah approves of this, smiling upon Mo’s perversions.
Whatcha gonna do now, bub?
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