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Sunday, February 05, 2006


From Gateway Pundit:

As far as most Western news services are concerned, it was only the cartoons pictured in the paper were the ones creating all of the uproar. Probably not!

Imam Ahmad Abu Laban, the man behind this whole Danish cartoon controversy, not only faked obscene cartoons on his trip to the Middle East, but also has quite a bit of baggage he's been carrying around...

...In November he traveled to the Mideast to set the region ablaze with Anti-Denmark hatred!

This was AFTER the cartoons were already published in regional papers... without the rioting!

Could it be the three extra fake cartoons he slipped in? You know,... the ones that included a cartoon of Muhammad as a pedophile demon, Muhammed with a pig snout, and a praying Muslim being raped by a dog that were NEVER published in ANY Danish paper?...

This makes more sense. An Insane Imam from Denmark going on tour with fake cartoons to make people angry and drum up support for his Jihad.

you can read all about it here on Gateway Pundit's blog, which has all the details and also many links to other sources reporting on this story.


At Mon Feb 06, 02:12:00 AM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really was upset about the cartoons. Why make such cartoons when they are infactual and false?

If people really read about the prophet peace be upon him they would realise he was a mercy to mankind.

Moreover, as Muslims we aren't allowed to draw pictures of Prophets, furthermore, we aren't meant to disrespect someone elses religion. We respect all prophets, Moses, Abraham, Jesus, so why not respect our dear Prophet?

At Mon Feb 06, 04:21:00 AM 2006, Blogger philosophize said...

A blog about the issue:

"be" seems to be posting the same thing in various places; by coincidence, I saw a response here:

More from the same author of that response:


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